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A blog looking at tissue engineering and the impact on dental disease.
A blog looking at time limits in which to bring a dental claim.
The oral health of those with learning disabilities can sadly often be put at risk because of poor communication and a lack of understanding of their needs.
Gum disease is very common, what is it and what can be done?
National Smile Month runs from 16 May – 16 June 2016 and the aim is to promote good oral health.
A blog looking at the impact of spoon sharing and breastfeeding in relation to children’s oral health.
A blog examining the devastating impact of peri-implantitis, and the options available to patients who suffer from the condition.
A blog looking at gingivitis and treatment.
A blog looking at a toothpaste that has been developed to repair holes in your teeth.
A blog looking at the new dental charges as of 1 April 2016.
Naomi Todd acted for a 36 year old woman, who received £45,000 after receiving negligent dental treatment from three dentists between 2009 and 2013. Over this period, the Defendants failed to treat chronic infections at several of her teeth and failed …
A blog examining the government’s recent announcement that NHS dental treatment in England will rise by 5% this year and next.
A blog looking at different techniques for treating dental phobias.
A blog examining latest guidance from Public Health England on achieving a healthy and balanced diet and the positive impact this could have on the oral health of the nation.
A blog looking at heart disease and periodontitis.
A blog looking at research that has been carried out by Campaign group, Action on Sugar.
A blog considering the pros and cons of suing your dentist for negligent private treatment.
A blog considering the sugar tax that is due to come into force in April 2018.
A blog looking at illegal tooth whitening
A blog discussing the findings of a recent clinical study which suggests that chewing gum could save the NHS millions of pounds each year in dental treatment.
With an increase in people taking selfies, reports suggest that many people are now seeking dental work to perfect their smile.
The phrase nanotechnology is everywhere these days and it seems that this technology will transform our lives. It now appears that it may also transform surgical procedures and especially dental surgery.
An article that discusses new research which has shown that English people have better teeth than their US counterparts.
Can fillings be linked to an increase in the chance of decay?
Can drinking beetroot juice prevent tooth decay?