Having recently become a mum to Ronan, I can appreciate it is not always easy to brush his teeth.Here are some top tips to help any parents out there. Use a smear of fluoride toothpaste, containing no more than 1000ppm of fluoride (first tooth to...

Bruxism (tooth grinding and clenching) can cause many problems and many people are completely unaware that it is something they are doing. Parafunction is another unconscious habit that can happen by day or night when the teeth slide around to all kinds of weird positions...

Yet more news has emerged today that backs up our message that keeping your gums healthy is best for your general health.   Alzheimer's  A study reported in Science Magazine - https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/01/gum-disease-causing-bacteria-could-spur-alzheimer-s - Has found that the bacteria involved in gum disease are found in the brains of people with...

It’s the time of year for change and for making new resolutions, so it is a great time of year to think about taking charge of your own dental health. A recent study showed that up to half of all British people don’t like their smile. ...

At Stafford Street Dental Care we like to look on all our dentistry as being aesthetic, and cosmetic. Yann, Gilly and Sonia have all completed a 1 year course entitled “Cosmetic and Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry”. What does it all mean?   Definitions Cosmetic - “relating to treatment intended to restore...

Everyone is now well and truly back to school and we’d like to help you make sure your child’s lunchbox is healthy for teeth- but we also want to make sure your hungry child gets enough to eat! Up till your child goes to school you...