Tooth decay is a very common, yet, totally preventable disease. It is one of the main causes of dental pain so we thought it would be helpful to write a blog about how you can minimise your risk and maintain good dental health....

Every day we tell our patients about the link between good gum health and good general health. This was brought home last week when one gentleman remarked that ever since he’d been taking better care of his teeth and gums he hadn’t been ill at...

In recent years the amount of toothbrushes available has dramatically increased, with pharmacies and supermarkets providing a colourful array of manual, battery powered and electric toothbrushes. The question is which kind of toothbrush is most effective at plaque removal? This blog will weigh up the...

November is Mouth Cancer Awareness Month, which was set up by the Dental Health Foundation to raise the profile and knowledge of this disease. Rates of mouth cancer are increasing, and the number of cases are set to rise in the next few years, unlike most...

We are delighted to introduce you to Fiona Sutherland, who will soon be coming to work with us. Fiona was born in Thurso and brought up in Strathalladale, Sutherland. She came to Edinburgh in 1999 to study  HND in Sports Therapy at Telford College and then...

 As you may have noticed, the roads around the West End are open again at last, and we are absolutely delighted.  For six  long years the tram works have caused massive disruption to the West End.  We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you...