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A blog examining the causes of gum recession and the treatment options available to treat it.
A blog considering new research that two dental visits a year at the dentist, may prevent the risk of pneumonia.
A blog considering the use of thermal expansion in dental fillings.
A blog explaining what is a root canal treatment, why such dental treatment is needed and examples of why we see an abundance of negligence claims in this area of dentistry.
A blog examining the risks of drinking and oral cancer.
A blog looking at Oral Cancer and the importance of early diagnosis.
The importance of not over indulging this Halloween.
A blog looking at a recent report that people in Bradford are struggling to find an NHS dentist.
A blog looking at a recent study published online in the journal Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety that amalgam fillings may pose a risk to health.
A blog looking at whether it is necessary to attend your dentist every 6 months.
Naomi Todd considers the effect of smoking on dental health.
A blog looking at Sepsis and the signs to be aware of.
A blog that examines the options available to patients when they are not happy with their dental care/treatment.
A blog looking at a recent article published by the British Dental Association about the state of dentistry.
A blog looking at the recent decision by the General Dental Council, to strike off a Nottinghamshire dentist due to substandard dental treatment.
A blog examining the latest news that there is insufficient proof to back up the claims that dental flossing should be an essential part of your oral hygiene.
A blog examining whether a dental negligence claim for compensation can still be brought if the dentist who provided the treatment has since retired from practice.
A blog looking at gum disease and cannabis use.
A blog looking at children’s consumption of sports drinks and the impact upon their dental health.
Can treatment comparison websites succeed where regulation has failed?
This blog looks into the history of dentures and what problems wearers regularly face.
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.
National Smile Month runs from 16 May – 16 June 2016 and the aim is to promote good oral health.