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  • Rotten Teeth in Toddlers at Crisis Point

    July 18 / 2015

    As reported in the Daily Mail, Do you think fizzy Drinks and sweets should have cigarette style warnings on their packaging
    Rotten teeth in toddlers hits crisis point as dentists call for cigarette-style warnings on sweets and fizzy drinks


  • Girl Power

    May 16 / 2013

    The first woman dentist to qualify in Britain has been commemorated with an English Heritage blue plaque at her former London home


  • Antonio Banderas meets the Wrigley Food Gang

    February 18 / 2013

    A new national TV advertising campaign launched by Wrigley on 14th February is encouraging consumers to chew sugarfree gum after eating and drinking, especially when they are on-the-go. Its theme ? ?Break Up With Lingering Food?? ? focuses on how the food


  • The Nations Dental Health

    January 30 / 2013

    A look at a new report reviewing the dental state of the nation and how the role of the dentist to overall health is ?pivotal?


  • Working as a Forces Dentist

    January 29 / 2013

    Working as a Dental Nurse in the Royal Navy was fabulous, This article found in Dentistry UK, gives us an idea of what life is like as a dentist in the forces


  • Keeping a Smile on Their Faces

    January 25 / 2013

    We brush our own teeth twice a day yet we still go to the dentist every 6 months for a check up. Brushing your dog?s teeth is more difficult to do but it?s still really important to keep a regular check on the state of their mouth.


  • A New Public information Leaflet on the Topic of Smokeless Tobacco

    November 13 / 2012

    An oral health Charity has produced a New public information leaflet on the topic of smokeless tobacco


  • Curing Sick White Fillings!

    November 11 / 2012

    These days more and more people are demanding tooth coloured fillings, either for cosmetic reasons or because they are concerned about the ingredients used in dental amalgam. There are a number of ways we can provide these. In selected cases we may use cr


  • Beeswax for Prehistoric Fillings

    November 9 / 2012

    An ancient cracked tooth repaired with a filling made of beeswax may be the earliest known example of therapeutic dentistry, researchers are suggesting.


  • The Early Detection of Mouth Cancer; a Job for the Whole Dental Team!

    November 2 / 2012

    Today I have good news and bad news.
    First the good news: Throughout the developed world the number of deaths from cancer is diminishing. This most scary of diseases is being controlled, prevented and increasingly cured as advances in medical science and


  • A Locum Dental Nurse

    October 15 / 2012

    My days working as a Locum are exciting, challenging and sometimes unpredictable with very different responsibilities to that of running your own surgery.


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