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Chewing Ice: Is There A Problem?

Chewing Ice: Is There A Problem?

EVER WONDER WHY many people enjoy chewing their leftover ice after finishing a nice refreshing drink? It may surprise you to learn that the cool crunch of the ice may not be the only thing drawing people to chew those last few cubes. Chewing Ice Is Not Cool Many enjoy...
Prevent Playground Tooth Injuries

Prevent Playground Tooth Injuries

DID YOU KNOW that about 50 percent of kids experience some type of tooth injury during childhood? Most parents are prepared to treat minor cuts, scrapes and bruises, but it is also important to know how to prevent and treat tooth injuries. As fun as it is, the...
Gum Health And Alcohol

Gum Health And Alcohol

EVEN IF YOU only enjoy an occasional glass of wine, it’s important to know how it can affect your gum health. A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology brings new light to the connection between alcohol consumption and gum disease. Alcohol Raises Risk...
Is Cold Weather Hurting Your Teeth?

Is Cold Weather Hurting Your Teeth?

WE MAY FEEL the dropping temperature in our toes, but we shouldn’t be feeling it in our teeth! Some of us experience a shock of pain as we breathe in the crisp air, or sip some hot chocolate. Tooth sensitivity tends to manifest in temperature extremes, so we notice it...
Dealing With A Child Dental Accident

Dealing With A Child Dental Accident

ACCIDENTS HAPPEN when we least expect them. Imagine your at a friend’s or family pick-nick having fun, when a crying child runs up to you with knocked-out tooth in their hand. What should you do? Dental First Aid Saves Teeth Knocking out (luxating is the...

COVID-19 UPDATE - October2021

 

Due to social distancing requirements and enhanced infection control procedures we are having to run the practice at a reduced capacity then we would do normally.

Opening hours are 9.00am to 5.00pm Mon-Thurs and 9.00 to 4.00pm Fridays.

As a healthcare environment, If you are attending the practice you must wear a face covering. 

Whilst we are doing check ups and routine dentistry we have long waiting times for appointments.

We also run a telephone emergency service during normal working hours. Out of hours advice is available via NHS Direct on 111.

Click here for information on how to deal with dental emergencies at home.

Due to our reduced capacity we are unable to take on new NHS patients but can provide emergency advice and care if appropriate. 

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