Month: November 2016

Suffering With Acid Reflux? It Could Be Affecting Your Teeth

Dentist Dr Diana Spencer

How acid reflux can be detrimental for your oral health. Erosion of the teeth has always been a concern and has become progressively better understood in more recent times. Our teeth are essential for eating, helping to form our speech,

Diabetes & Your Oral Health

A dentist explains

Additional dental precautions for diabetics. Diabetes is an illness that affects many parts of the body like the heart, the nervous system and the eyes. What you may not know is that it can also affect the mouth. Anyone suffering

Emotional Upset and Your Teeth

Dentist's Light

How stress can adversely affect our oral health. All of us have stress in our lives. Everybody gets stressed about something or other from time to time; personal issues, work overload, family problems – there’s always something to get stressed

Cold Weather & Your Teeth

How the cold affects sensitivity. As we see the first frosts of winter coming in, our bodies can certainly feel the difference in temperature and cosy scarfs and hats, big jumpers and winter coats become the uniform of the season.

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy This Bonfire Night

Go slow with the sweet treats! This time of year, no sooner than we carve our pumpkins does Bonfire Night arrive, and we’re wellied up, tucked into our big winter coats ready to safely enjoy a firework display or two