31 Jan
Five Reasons Why Retainers are So Important after Orthodontic Treatment

If you’ve had orthodontic treatment, we strongly recommend using retainers once your braces have been removed. Here are 5 good reasons why retainers are so important for orthodontic patients: Results maintenance: if you’ve got a stunning new straight smile, the last thing you want is for the good work to…

24 Jan
The simple steps you can take to boost your smile, as survey reveals a quarter of us hide our smiles in photos

As a survey reveals that a quarter of us hide our smiles from the camera, here are some simple steps you can take to make your smile look more attractive. A recent Bupa survey suggested that 25 percent of people don’t feel comfortable posing for photos. Dental problems are common,…

17 Jan
Childhood decay epidemic is costing the NHS more than £35 million per year

Extraction procedures carried out in UK hospitals are costing the NHS millions of pounds per year, it has been confirmed. Last year, the NHS spent more than £35 million on dental procedures, which could have been prevented. According to statistics from the Local Government Association (LGA), a total of 42,911…

11 Jan
Start Your New Year with a Smile Makeover

Are you hoping to start the New Year as you mean to go on? If you’re eager to make the most of 2018, what better way to get off to a flying start than with a bespoke smile makeover? There are few things that make you feel more confident than…

10 Jan
New Dentaid study suggests children in Malawi have better standard of dental health than UK kids

A new study conducted by the UK-based charity, Dentaid, suggests that children in Malawi have better standards of oral health than kids in the UK. According to researchers at Dentaid, the number of cases of children suffering from serious dental problems is higher in the UK than Malawi. Chief executive…

03 Jan
Public Health England launches new campaign to discourage unhealthy snacking in children

Public Health England has launched a new campaign to discourage unhealthy snacking. As the New Year gets into full swing, the body is hoping to encourage those looking to adopt healthier habits to ditch sugary snacks. Although the scheme is designed to target children, adults can benefit from reducing the…