The main cause of cavities and periodontal disease is the accumulation of plaque. Plaque is the sticky film of food and bacteria that forms constantly on your teeth and is hard to see. Some of the nasty bacteria (bugs), related to gum disease collect along and under the gum line, so our focus when taking…Read more »
Having a tooth accidentally knocked out whilst playing your favourite sport, would be a very BIG deal. Dental trauma most commonly affects the upper front teeth (incisors) and can affect your smile & confidence,…Read more »
You are pregnant! What amazing news! Congratulations! Enjoy the excitement and anticipation of your little one! Besides the excitement and the anticipation for the baby, if precautions are not taken, pregnancy can be related to oral health problems including gum disease, an increased risk of tooth decay and enamel erosion. These problems are largely avoidable…Read more »
In 2013, after a very successful CQC Inspection, Nick decided that he wanted to take himself and the practice to an even higher level and be assessed by Denplan for their prestigious ‘Excel’ status. Denplan ‘Excel’ is an advanced quality assurance programme developed for dentists to help support clinical governance, professional regulation and excellence in…Read more »
It is that time of the year where we start to think about what the New Year has in store for us and what we would like to accomplish in 2016. Resolutions encourage us to go beyond what we have been doing so far and challenge ourselves in ways we never thought we could. While…Read more »
We value vocational training and train our dental nurses through apprenticeships at Exeter College. If you would like further information about training to be a dental nurse through apprenticeships, visit the Exeter College websiteRead more »
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