Oral-B is one of our most longstanding partners. We have been together for more than a decade and it’s because we share exactly the same values of prevention and education.
Both Wrigley and ourselves believe in taking education right to the heart of local communities. We also recognise the importance which diet plays in our oral health and wellbeing.
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Word of Mouth: March 2020
In this issue, we give an update on National Smile Month 2020, advice on maintaining good oral health and the top pledges you can take to gain a healthier smile.
Usually red or yellow in colour, mouth ulcers are painful sores that can appear inside the mouth and also on the outer lips.
What to do following an extraction
General advice about what to do after having teeth taken out. Includes what precautions you should take and things to avoid.
Geographic tongue is a common condition which can appear on the top and sides of the tongue, and sometimes on the under-surface.
Bridges and partial dentures
These replacement options for missing teeth are often recommended for oral health purposes as well as cosmetic appearance.
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of a tooth and can improve the colour, shape and position of your teeth.
Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface.
A dental implant is used to support one or more false teeth. It is a titanium screw that can replace the root of a tooth when it fails.
The wisdom teeth are the last to appear, right at the back of the mouth, often between 17 and 25 but sometime many years later.
Burning mouth syndrome
Burning Mouth Syndrome can be an extremely uncomfortable condition which can have several potential causes.
There are several ways in which your tooth can crack or break and it is important that you get it seen to as soon as possible.
We’re here to give you impartial advice about your oral health. Contact our team of fully-qualified professionals by telephone (01788 539780), or email ([email protected]).
The latest advice on how you can access dental care, treatment and advice during the coronavirus pandemic.