Managing a sore tooth at home

How To Manage Dental Problems At Home During Covid-19

With the end of England’s second lockdown and back into the strict tiered system, it’s still safe and essential to attend your dental practice. We remain open to all, for both routine and emergency treatments. However, there may be some instances where we still can’t see you face-to-face, or you may need to wait a

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Further Coronavirus advice for orthodontic patients

Hope you are all keeping safe and well. Following our last post, we would like to share another useful web link https://www.orthomcncoronaadvice.com Here you will find lots of helpful advice for patients and parents. Self-help advice, FAQ’s and Emergency advice and treatment. If you have any specific concerns or queries about your orthodontic appliance or

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For patients undergoing orthodontic treatment or have any dental emergencies during the Coronavirus, please read on

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic we are currently unable to see patients at the Practice but are still here to help and advise you. Please call the Practice in the first instance and we will be able to put you in touch with your own clinician for advice. We have also provided some links for

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The brace that went for a swim – and other stories…

Picture the scene: the sun is shining, the sky is a glorious blue and you’re gently bobbing around in a warm, gentle sea. You’re on holiday at last. It’s all good. Then comes the moment of panic when you realise your removable brace has gone for a swim without you… Unfortunately, we’ve heard about this

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Putting patient choice first

What matters most in orthodontics? For us, it’s the same things that matter in all areas of dentistry and orthodontics: patient choice and patient care. By offering the best level of patient choice, we provide the highest standard of care for our patients. Recent changes in NHS orthodontic services for children have really brought this home for us. The changes involve new tendering for

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Which Dental practice is right for me?

Choosing the right dentist for you and your family is an important decision. Get it right and it will hopefully be a trusted relationship that will last for years! But what should you consider? The points below are a quick guide to some of the things you might want to think about. The important bit

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5 Ways to Keep Your Gums Healthy

Brush Properly Gingivitis (gum disease) is extremely common. Around 80-90% of us have it to some degree. Removing the bacteria from your teeth and around the gum line twice a day is the first step to preventing and treating gingivitis. We recommend using an electric toothbrush, preferably with a round head and a fluoride toothpaste.

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