Author Archives: Mia Nel

The Sugar Tax and Your Teeth

The Sugar Tax and Your Teeth

The Government recently announced that, from April 2018, sugary drinks will be taxed at the higher rates of 18p and 24p per litre. The hope is that the increased tax will have two effects: first, to e
Whitening sensitive teeth

Whitening sensitive teeth

Professional teeth whitening with a gentle touch We have recently introduced professional whitening kits with a lower percentage whitening agent, specially formulated to help people who suffer from se
National Smile Month

National Smile Month

Say ‘Cheese!’ – It’s National Smile Month! The British Oral Health Foundation celebrates the 41st annual National Smile Month from 15th May to 15th June this year, and we’re joining in! The camp
Spring Newsletter

Spring Newsletter

A spring clean should not be limited to your home and wardrobe, but why is it important to extend this to your oral health? Find out in our latest newsletter which also includes tips for those who suf
XyliMelts for Dry Mouth

XyliMelts for Dry Mouth

Do you suffer from dry mouth? If you said yes you are not alone, as roughly 20% of the population (69 million) reportedly suffer from dry mouth (also known as Xerostomia). Many medications cause dry m
Our DVP VIP

Our DVP VIP

In June 2015 one of our dentists, Ben Molyneux, joined the Bridge2Aid Dental Volunteer Programme (DVP) to help people suffering from debilitating dental pain in developing countries.   During the two 
Are you mouth aware?

Are you mouth aware?

Mouth cancer is one of the UK’s fastest increasing cancers, with cases of oral cancer in the UK up by more than 50% in the last decade alone. While many cases are linked to lifestyle choices such as s
Autumn Newsletter

Autumn Newsletter

Read our latest newsletter in which we welcome a new hygienist to our team, explain how we can effectively minimise your dental anxiety, provide you with self-examination techniques for mouth cancer d