5th July 2019

Knocked Out Teeth, What To Do

It’s easily done, but if you had one of your teeth knocked out or was with someone who did, would you know what to do?
12th March 2019

Plaque & Tartar, Do You Know the Difference?

We were recently asked what the difference was between plaque and tartar and aren’t they basically the same thing. So let’s clear up what they are, how they are formed on the teeth, why you can’t have one without the other and how to prevent either of them from forming.
3rd April 2018

Let’s Talk Gums

Gums are part of the soft tissue lining of the mouth. Unlike the soft tissue linings of the lips and cheeks, most of the gums are tightly bound to the underlying bone which helps resist the friction of food passing over them.
3rd December 2017

Taking Care of Your Teeth at Christmas

It’s December which can only mean one thing, it’s The Festive Season. Office Parties, later than usual nights out and the Christmas holidays, all of which […]
4th November 2016

Sugar-Free Soda And Snacks Are Likely Hurting Your Teeth

Scrapping added sugars from your diet can benefit your health and decrease your risk for obesity, but swapping them for calorie-free, artificially sweetened alternatives might not […]
26th October 2016

What Your Mouth Says About Your Health: Bad Breath And Yellow Teeth Explained

Around 12% of us suffer from extreme dental anxiety. In fact, the British Dental Association says that 25% of the British population suffer from some sort […]
16th October 2016

Which Foods Actually Stain Your Teeth (and Which Don’t)

Like scoring a big promotion or a date with your longtime crush, a luminous, white smile is the stuff that dreams are made of. And it’s […]
4th October 2016

Accessing the missing thirty percent of English children who don’t see a dentist

“Providing a child with easy access to a dental surgeon is a safeguarding requirement…”