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...

At Stafford Street Dental Care we ditched using dental amalgam for nearly all fillings in 2006, around the time we moved to Stafford Street. The Minimata agreement to get rid of the use of dental amalgam in the whole world by the year 2030 was signed...

Erosion of teeth is described by dentists as Non Carious Tooth Surface Loss, which means teeth disappearing by another way than decay. Another term is bio-corrosion - in other words teeth corroding away due to their surrounding environment. The teeth can become very sensitive and...

We are all very much looking forward to welcoming Sonia Myerscough who will be coming to work with us at the beginning of April. Sonia was born in Edinburgh and went to school in St Andrews and Glasgow. She worked for some time in Brighton, lived...

Everyone knows what inflammation is like - if you hit your finger with a hammer it will swell up, get red, get hot, hurt! and it’s hard to use it. Inflammation is the body’s way of reacting to protect itself against infection, and usually it begins...

In Modern Day Dentistry, Prevention is Definitely Better than Cure. Attending regular dental hygienist appointments is a great way of maintaining a healthy mouth. Dental hygienist/therapists are in a perfect position to advise you on how to prevent gum disease and tooth decay (the 2 leading...