Effects Of Eating Disorders On The Teeth

April 18th, 2017

One of the main causes of damage to the teeth is due to erosion and it is something we are increasingly seeing with our patients.  There are two main categories of tooth wear – internal and external. External is due to factors outside of the body, mostly in the diet such as acidic foods and […]

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Easter Treats : Tips For Good Dental Health

April 11th, 2017

With Easter comes an abundance of sugary treats, which can undo all the good dental habits practiced during the year.  It’s not just children who love Easter eggs, most of us adults are the same. With so many varieties and choice available, you could end up having a lot more chocolate than planned over the Easter […]

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5 Benefits of White Fillings

April 4th, 2017

I recently attended a course learning about the latest research and techniques in placing (composite) white fillings. It is a common thought that once you have learnt how to do something, you don’t need any further knowledge and I could have thought that about white fillings, having been in dentistry for over 20 years.   […]

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Tips To End Your Sugar Addiction

March 20th, 2017

Sugar is your teeth’s unfavourable friend. Sugar-related dental problems remain one of the most widespread causes of poor oral health. By reducing the amount of sugar in your diet, it will go a long way towards improving your overall oral hygiene. As well as dental issues, high sugar intake leads to many general health problems. The […]

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Sugar – The Tooth Killler

March 14th, 2017

We live in the real world. Sweet foods and chocolates are part of our everyday lives and its unrealistic to suggest that we will just stop having anything sweet. Every time we consume sugar, the bacteria which sticks to the teeth surface converts it into acid during an acid attack which gradually eats away at […]

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Straight Teeth – Increased Confidence

March 5th, 2017

It is becoming increasingly common for adults to want to improve their smile and it is thought that well over 50% of people are unhappy with their smiles. Americans are generally known for having nice smiles, but us Brits are now catching up. With the advances in dentistry, you don’t have to accept a smile […]

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Do You Know Anyone Nervous of Visiting The Dentist?

February 20th, 2017

If you are a regular patient of ours, hopefully you are aware that we work hard to reduce peoples fears about dental visits. We are constantly looking for new ways we can help make your visit more comfortable and manage fears. One method is with The Wand which we have been using for around 4 […]

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Give Your Mouth Some Lovin’ This Valentines

February 6th, 2017

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, thus it is the perfect opportunity to take a closer look at our oral health. A simple smile is a great asset for attracting the perfect partner. What more if it would be that healthy bright smile! Here are some helpful guidelines for avoiding dental issues and making […]

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Are There Links Between Oral Health and Menopause?

January 30th, 2017

A woman`s body is one of God`s most beautiful creation. The different stages of life: puberty, menses, pregnancy, and menopause have varied influences on oral health. During the menopause, women go through biological and endocrine changes, particularly in their sex steroid hormone production, affecting their health. Here are some changes and potential problems in the […]

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Perils, Pitfalls and Problems of Dentures, Missing and Wobbly Teeth

January 16th, 2017

There can be many causes of missing and wobbly teeth. Dental implants are the ideal solution for replacing missing teeth. Here is our recent post about dental implants if you missed it: Our offer of a FREE consultation (worth £95), plus 1 years free insurance if you go ahead with treatment (worth £80 per […]

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