Avoid the afternoon dip

How to avoid added sugar at lunchtime

Natasha Wilcock Dental Health Leave a Comment

Following on from my blog ‘How to avoid added sugar at breakfast’, in this blog we’ll take a look at no-added-sugar meal planning strategies for lunch. For many of us, lunch means grabbing a sandwich from the nearest convenient place, often with a chocolate bar and a packet of crisps, this type of eating can mean consuming large amounts of …

Infographic showing patients how dentists check for head and neck cancer

Practice Plan Dental Health Leave a Comment

Are your patients aware of the risk of mouth, head and neck cancer, do they know that they receive a full oral screening during their examination? As November is mouth cancer awareness month, we are sharing our visual guide to help you raise awareness and show them exactly what you do. It is great for starting conversations about self-examination and …

Think before you grab a soft drink!

David Bretton Dental Health Leave a Comment

The term ‘soft drink’ covers a vast array of beverages from carbonated, sports and energy drinks to fruit juices, dilutables and bottled waters. In the UK, we consume around 14 billion litres of soft drinks each year, with children and adolescents being most likely to consume more than any other age group. Here, Dentist, David Bretton, considers the effects of …

Oral health habits - myth buster

Myth busting guide to common oral health habits

Jo Dickinson Dental Health Leave a Comment

We’ve all got habits, good and bad, and when it comes to our oral health, we’re no different. But, how do you know when these habits are doing more harm than good? Here’s Dental Hygienist, Jo Dickinson’s myth busting guide of some of our more common habits.

Improve your oral and general health

Tips on how to improve your oral and general health!

David Bretton Dental Health Leave a Comment

Oral health is just as important as your overall well-being because it has an impact on so many aspects of your life, including your sex life! Read this blog by Dentist, David Bretton to find out more.

Nutrition and your oral health

Nutrition and your Oral Health

Sarah Coulson Dental Health Leave a Comment

More and more people are becoming increasingly interested not only in their appearance, but also in their health. This has led to an increase in the use of nutritional terms, with the most popular trend at the moment being to count the ‘macros’ in our diets. But what impact do macros have upon our oral health?