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  • What actually happens when you have a filling?

    Fillings are perhaps the most widely understood dental treatment – but what exactly does the treatment entail? When a colleague, friend or family member heads off to the dentist and tells you they are having a filling there is no further need for explanation. Sadly all too many of us have been there having our Read the full article…

    Thursday, April 26th, 2018
  • Tackling the problem of sporting dental injuries

    We all know about the importance of protecting our teeth from decay but what about when it comes to sport? Exercise is essential to wellbeing but some sports do carry the danger of physical injury, including damage to teeth. Dental injuries are a common problem in sport and unfortunately it is usually front teeth that Read the full article…

    Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
  • A natural finish: Why to consider dental implants

    When it comes to teeth natural is best, but should the worst happen and you need to replace a tooth implants are an excellent way to maintain a natural look. As dental implants are designed to be replacements for single teeth they can be used without affecting other teeth and make a fantastic restorative option. Read the full article…

    Monday, March 19th, 2018
  • Hatch a plan to deal with Easter excess

    Easter is a wonderful time of year to enjoy with family – there’s the arrival of spring, a bank holiday weekend and plenty of treats to eat. The problem is that too many of these treats can spell danger for our teeth. While adults are known to be tempted by a spot of chocolate, Easter Read the full article…

    Thursday, March 15th, 2018
  • Periodontitis: Controlling gum disease

    Gum disease is a common problem but if it is not picked up until a late stage it can become a serious concern. Hopefully, most cases will be caught early with the tell-tale signs of bleeding gums being easy to spot. Regular visits to the dentist are also essential as a trained professional will easily Read the full article…

    Tuesday, February 20th, 2018
  • Which foods are good for your teeth?

    When it comes to food and teeth most information relates to cutting back – but there are some foods that are actually good for your dental health. Just like the rest of our wellbeing can be boosted by the foods we choose to eat, our teeth and gums can also benefit from eating particular foods. Read the full article…

    Friday, February 16th, 2018
  • How a dental crown can help to protect your teeth

    Despite our very best intentions we all might at some point face that dreaded realisation that one of our teeth has cracked – or has developed a large cavity. Dentists are committed to doing all they can to protect patients’ natural teeth and when serious damage is caused they will take whatever action they can Read the full article…

    Friday, January 12th, 2018
  • Dental resolutions to keep your smile shining bright

    Good dental health is a marker of good well being – and is vital to confidence. The key to protecting your dental health is not to take it for granted. As with so many ills prevention is better than cure when it comes to looking after your teeth. Here are some New Year’s resolutions to Read the full article…

    Monday, January 8th, 2018
  • How your lifestyle can damage your oral health

    Research is showing a definite link between oral health and general well-being – but it is also true that how well you look after yourself can affect your dental health. Study after study has flagged up smoking, poor diet and excess alcohol consumption as problematic to many areas of health – and oral health can Read the full article…

    Tuesday, December 19th, 2017
  • Teeth straightening for adults: What do I need to know?

    We are well accustomed to seeing children wearing braces in their teeth but in recent years increasing numbers of adults have chosen to have their teeth straightened. While children are still growing dentists frequently take action to correct problems with the teeth to solve as the fact that the body is still growing makes this Read the full article…

    Saturday, December 2nd, 2017