• Slow Dentistry Is Better Dentistry

    We believe, as caring dental professionals, that we should adopt a slower pace in our dental practice. Not because we want to be lazy but rather to ensure better patient safety and to reduce our own work\-related stress. We believe a less stressed dentist produces a far higher quality of work and patient experience. This concept of a slower, less hurried approach to dental care \(hardly a great...

  • Oral Piercings – A Stab In The Dark

    Almost half of women aged 16 to 24 have a piercing of some type. This not only includes ear piercings, with alternative piercing sites being greater among women with oral piercings being the most popular. Oral piercings themselves include in the tongue, lip, cheeks and uvula. 43% of the UK population now have a tongue piercing, with tongue, lip and gums being much less common. Of those with exis...

  • 6 Ways to Fight Dental Anxiety

    If you have a fear of visiting the dentist, you're not alone. As many as 40% of the UK population have a known fear of the dentist with as many as 20% only going if they have dental pain. Of course, regular dental visits are important to prevent problems later on down the line so we have put together 6 ways to help make your visits to the dentist more bearable.

  • Suffer From Dental Anxieties?

    **You're not alone.** Our latest infographic showcases how the UK population has a fear of the dentist, some of the signs and how we can help you to overcome your anxieties.

  • A Race To Better Oral Health

    Some of the best athletes in the world actually have a higher risk of oral disease than the average person! A new study has found that elite athletes have a higher rate of oral disease, despite brushing their teeth more frequently than most people.

  • Using Animals For Your Fear Of The Dentist?

    Anxiety towards dental treatment and the dental profession in general still remains the main stated reason as to why around 50% of the UK population fail to seek out dental care except in an emergency situation. Patients cite a fear of pain and yet when they present, they are already in pain. Because they are in pain, the experience is perhaps more uncomfortable than the dentist would like, they...

  • What You Should Know About Teeth Straightening

    Orthodontics or tooth straightening treatments have come a long way since the early days of dentistry. Technology is better, treatments are less invasive, perceptions have changed and the overall experience is much more pleasant. Surprisingly it’s not just for kids either. More and more adults are getting orthodontic treatment because they understand the importance of a healthy smile.

  • What Makes A Good Dental Practice?

    We have been asked on many occasions by friends, family and often by patients worried by family attending another dental practice:

  • Scared Of The Dentist

    You are not alone. Over a [third of UK patients](\-of\-brits\-fear\-dentists\-chair/) state having anxiety visiting the dentist. The main reason? Fear or anxiety.

  • The Cost Of Skipping Dental Care

    Everybody appreciates the value of saving on healthcare costs: to put dentistry, for example on the 'back burner' in order to have money for things of more immediate concern. The question is, how long can you keep doing this before you or your families teeth suffer harm?

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