Thinking about your toothbrush

Thinking about your toothbrush

Alif Moosajee Dental Health Leave a Comment

As dental care professionals, making sure our patients’ oral health is as good as it can be is of the upmost importance to us. We focus on making sure that our patients have stable mouths that don’t deteriorate due to what are essentially completely preventable diseases. We’re keen to ensure that patients are brushing (most commonly with an electric toothbrush) …

teeth whitening

Tooth whitening: Everything you need to know

Harriett Boon Dental Health Leave a Comment

They’re everywhere. Just one quick swipe on social media, one flick of the page in our glossy magazines and the perfect pearly whites of our favourite celebrities are shining bright and dazzling us. With cosmetic treatments becoming increasingly accessible to us mere mortals, let’s explore the options and try to answer some common questions along the way.

Dental check by 1

Over 40% of UK children miss out on free dental check-ups

Alif Moosajee Dental Health Leave a Comment

As both principal dentist at Oakdale Dental and a devoted father, Dr Alif Moosajee is a big advocate of the ‘Dental check by 1’ initiative. The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry is publicising this to ensure all children in the UK see a dentist by their first birthday. Dr Alif explains why he believes the initiative is so important.

Are you mouth cancer aware?

How well do you know your mouth?

Practice Plan Dental Health Leave a Comment

More than 1,800 people lose their lives to mouth cancer each year in the UK and it is believed that many of these people could be saved if the cancer had been diagnosed and treated sooner. Your dentist will perform a full oral health screening during each appointment but with early diagnosis being vital, it is important to know your …

Eight reasons to quit sugar

Natasha Wilcock Dental Health Leave a Comment

These are some of the recent headlines about sugar… “Removing sugar from diet for just nine days can have ‘dramatic results’, new study claims.”  Independent “Sugar is as dangerous as alcohol and tobacco, warn health experts.” The Telegraph “Sugar is addictive, warns top doctor.” The Times Sugar seems to have replaced fat as the number one food to avoid due …