30 Apr
Did You Know Baker Street Dental Can Replace Missing Teeth?

Have you lost a tooth? Losing a tooth can be distressing, but at Baker Street Dental, we’re here to ensure that it’s not the end of your beautiful smile. We can replace missing teeth using a series of different treatment options. Tooth replacement options If you lose a tooth or…

25 Apr
New study suggests that just 1 drink a day elevates gum disease and oral cancer risk

A new study has suggested that drinking just one alcoholic drink per day could elevate your risk of developing gum disease, oral cancer and heart disease. Research conducted by experts at New York University, revealed that people who had at least one drink a day had more harmful oral bacteria…

18 Apr
Saudi Arabia emerges as appealing destination for dental tourists

Saudi Arabia is emerging as an increasingly appealing destination for dental tourists, it has been revealed. Research suggests that there has been an increase in visitor numbers in recent years, with many looking to access dental services at lower costs. Currently, Saudi Arabia ranks third in the list of the…

11 Apr
Government statistics show that dental decay costs 60,000 school days every year

Government statistics show that dental decay is costing children around 60,000 school days per year. Figures suggest that a child in England has had a tooth removed every 10 minutes, with an average of 141 extraction procedures carried out every day. The new figures from Public Health England were released…

05 Apr
Three Reasons to Treat Yourself to a Smile Makeover This Spring

Spring is finally here! If you’re hoping to showcase a sensational smile this spring, why not treat yourself to a smile makeover? Here are 3 reasons why you should take the plunge: Aesthetics: a smile makeover is the ultimate dental treat. This treatment is designed to transform your smile, ironing…

04 Apr
Leading dentist urges schools to ban sugar-laden desserts

One of the UK’s most prominent dental figures has urged schools to ban sugary desserts in a bid to reduce rates of preventable decay. Dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons, Professor Michael Escudier, has encouraged schools to replace sugary puddings, such as cakes,…