Looking after children’s teeth is important for many reasons. Not only will it prevent future dental problems, but also it encourages children to learn the basics of dental hygiene so they can continue to look after their teeth properly as they grow older. The most common dental problem in children is tooth decay, which is […]Continue reading..
Embracing a healthy dental routine including regular check ups protects individuals from becoming one of the 30% of the global population who have lost all their teeth by the time the reach their 60’s and 70’s, as outlined in a white paper released by the organisers of World Oral Health Day. New technology in the […]Continue reading..
Toothache can vary from a dull, niggling pain that comes and goes, to something that makes your head throb so much, you want to pull the tooth out yourself. There are many reasons why you might have a toothache, and the most common causes are tooth decay, cavities, nerve irritation, infection, and worn fillings. When […]Continue reading..