Category Archives: Dental Check-Ups
How important are dental checkups?
According to recent research presented by dentistry.co.uk, the main magazine for the UK dental profession, more people under 34 are opting to visit the dentist for cosmetic procedures rather than a check up. If you’ve never had problems with your teeth, is it OK to skip your six month check up...read more »
Posted on 25th September 2018
What is a Dental Therapist?
Most people have a pretty good idea of what a dentist is, and more and more people are now aware of the role of the dental hygienist. But one particular member of the team that you might be less familiar with is the dental therapist. So what is a dental therapist, what do they do and why might y...read more »
Posted on 12th April 2018
Still looking for a New Year’s Resolution? Let Your Dentist Help!
It’s that time of year again. Some of us have already made (and possibly broken) our New Year’s Resolutions, whilst others simply struggle to decide what it is they should start or stop doing over the coming months. Whilst many people focus on their health and think about exercising more, ea...read more »
Posted on 31st January 2018
Mouth Cancer Action Month 1 – 30 November 2015
Mouth cancer has increased by a third in the last decade, and remains one of the few cancers predicted to rise in the future. Mouth cancer claims over 2,000 lives every year – more than cervical and testicular cancer combined. There are factors that increase the chance of developing the di...read more »
Posted on 30th October 2015
New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy To Keep
Happy 2015 from everyone here at Bridge Dental & Implant Clinic! How are your New Year’s resolutions going? It’s hard to break old habits or make new ones, which is what resolutions are all about. But if we can all just stick to one new habit, let’s choose not to be so hard on ourselve...read more »
Posted on 7th January 2015
Routine Dental Check-Ups
There are many misconceptions surrounding how often people believe they need to visit their dentist for a routine check-up, and that is because the frequency at which a person needs to see their dentist is relevant to the individual. For example, a dentist may wish to see a patient again after three...read more »
Posted on 6th December 2013