The NHS could save up to £8.2 million a year if all twelve year olds in the UK were to increase their chewing of sugar-free gum...
National Smile Month launches next week which is the UK’s largest and longest-running campaign to promote good oral health.
It’s National Stop Snoring Week – easier said than done… which is why most of us don’t do anything about our snoring habit. It is often our partners that suffer the most anyway! However, you may be suffering more than you realise…
Whichever brace you went for; there are some golden rules that we advise all our patients to follow during treatment and after...
Can water really help fight tooth decay? The simple answer is YES! Here are 4 advantages that we found to drinking more water…
Your smile is really a window to your inner confidence. So, learn to love your smile and make the best of it. Here are some ways that we can help you do that:
We’re all familiar with the effects of sugary foods on our teeth. Yet dentists say even just one glass of wine a day can dry out our mouths, reduce the calcium in our teeth, and leave us with bad breath. Alcohol is also increasingly associated with mouth cancer.
Please forgive this Grinch, but to make sure your teeth don't suffer the festive blues, here are five ways to look after them this Christmas and New Year.
The natural aging process can cause our teeth to yellow and start to make the teeth look old and unhealthy, therefore making us feel old and unhealthy. This is one aging process you can reverse!
If like me you’re always trying out the new ‘super food’ or health craze, it’s usually in a bid to reduce the muffin top and to find that elusive extra energy (just where do other people find it?!).
"I was never made to feel stupid about my fear like I had been in the past and was always listened to if I needed a break."
We started noticing an increasing number of enquiries from people who were very nervous about visiting the dentist. So we wrote a blog post on how we handled those that contact us literally shaking and in tears. We were overwhelmed with enquiries from people who had been putting the dentist off for years. Is that you?
As its Men’s Health week (13-19 June) and also Father’s day on Sunday 19th the men in our lives are featuring high in our minds at the moment. But does their health feature as high on their priority list?
1st June 2016 is the 16th World Milk Day, established by FAO (the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations) to celebrate all aspects of milk and its produce such as cheese, yogurt and cream.
National Smile Month launched this week which is the UK’s largest and longest-running campaign to promote good oral health.
The bad breath bible: Coffee doesn't cause it, parsley won't prevent it and people who are scared of the dentist are more likely to suffer from it.
Teeth can break, fillings can fall out and those pesky nerves can give you a pain that builds to an unbearable crescendo.
If you are eagerly anticipating the arrival of the Easter Bunny this weekend, but are already feeling pangs of guilt at the thought of over indulging then I have some good news for you.
There are many aspects to looking after our oral health and it can often be confusing what advice we should listen to and what to ignore. Looking after our mouth doesn't have to be difficult, expensive or time-consuming; in fact it can be very easy.
We’ve noticed an increasing number of enquiries from people who are very nervous about visiting the dentist. Some have said that even taking the brave step to contact us has left them literally shaking and in tears...