25 Dec
A Central London dentist says keeping our teeth longer is simple

Having healthy teeth isn’t a gift, it isn’t a lucky thing either, it is a by-product of having a healthy attitude to oral care. That attitude is best taught when someone is a child; eating habits and dental hygiene are an important part of our education. We teach our children…

24 Dec
Gum disease and how to avoid it, some advice from a Central London dentist

A Central London dentist has recently given advice on the prevention and treatment of gum disease. Tooth loss is generally thought to be due to the tooth simply coming loose, but in most cases it is actually due to a periodontal disease. This is an advanced form of Gingivitis. Is…

23 Dec
City of London offers latest US Lumineer veneers

Lumineers are the latest, painless way to achieve the beautiful smile you have always wanted, without any alteration to existing tooth structure. They can create the appearance of beautiful, white, healthy teeth that will fill you full of smiling confidence. Incredibly thin, Lumineers are designed, unlike traditional veneers, to require…

22 Dec
Anxiety-free dentures with mini-implants from City of London dentist

Wearing dentures can be a real burden, especially if loose or ill fitting dentures are constantly falling out or irritating the gums. This can be a cause of great anxiety for wearers and can often lead patients to resort to rather unpleasant denture adhesives for added security. But now there…

21 Dec
Protect against sporting injuries with a mouth guard from Central London dentist

Sporting injuries are one of the most common causes of knocked out or damaged teeth. Any sport that involves physical contact, fast moving balls or high speeds can present a serious danger to your dental well-being. One poorly placed pass, mistimed tackle or turn too far and you could be…

20 Dec
London dentist spots first signs of oral cancer

Oral cancer includes cancer of any part of the mouth or throat including the lips and tongue. It commonly occurs on the lining of the cheek, palate or gum tissue so it is very often a dentist that will spot the first signs of the disease. Dentists are fully trained…