During lock-down and whilst working from home, we may be tempted to snack more often and graze on what we see as ‘delicious’ but unhealthy treats. Gum chewing after a snack can be beneficial for our oral health, but not all gum is the same. Some chewing gums contain sugar. Sugar is broken down by…Read more »
Our associate dentist Anastasios made a video about 5 important purchases you need to make, whilst quarantined, to tackle any dental problems at home. If these tips don’t do the tricks, please pick up the phone and give us a ring to speak to one of our dentists. Nick and Anastasios are still available…Read more »
The relationship between diet and dental health has been a topic of interest for many years. What we choose to eat or drink has a direct effect on our teeth. By consuming snacks or drinks containing sugar we feed the bacteria that live in our mouth and stick to our teeth in a thin ‘film’…Read more »
We all know that washing our hands and practising safe social distancing are important steps in fighting COVID-19. Did you know that good oral hygiene can also help fight diseases, including viruses? Our mouth is our first line of defence against infectious bacteria, including viruses such as COVID-19.Brushing our teeth removes harmful…Read more »
We hope you are keeping well and safe in these difficult times. The health, wellbeing and safety of you and your family is our priority and always will be. Why is the practice closed? Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the practice is now closed for routine care. During an examination and any treatment we…Read more »
What is the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)? The Temporomandibular Joint is the jaw joint. We have two joints which work together as a pair, one in front of each ear. The joints connect the lower jaw bone (the mandible) to the temporal bones of the skull on each side of the head. The muscles controlling the…Read more »
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Although we are not able to see you face to face, we are still here to provide telephone support and advice with any dental problems or concerns you may have. Nick and Anastasios are available to speak to their own registered patients between 09.30 – 16.30 Monday to Friday, and 09.00 – 11.00 at weekends. They are both providing advice, analgesia and antibiotic prescriptions. If you require face to face support, they will refer you to the best available support location for your needs.
Please call 07778059518 to speak to them.
For a severe dental emergency – acute dental pain, facial swelling – i.e. a dental abscess or persistent bleeding that won’t stop with pressure, outside of these hours, please call 111.