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  1. What does Tier 4 mean to our patients — December 21, 2020
  2. How does your oral health affect your mental health? — October 14, 2020
  3. Coronavirus & Oral Hygiene — July 22, 2020
  4. Welcome back! Carnaby Dental Group of Practices open but not quite business as usual — June 12, 2020
  5. Mouthwashes and their possible assistance in fighting Coronavirus? — May 25, 2020

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Dec
21

What does Tier 4 mean to our patients

The majority of public services will continue to stay open and you will be able to leave home to visit them. These include: the NHS and medical services like GPs and dentists  to carry out urgent and non-urgent services safely , and it is vital anyone who thinks they need any kind of medical care… Continue reading »

Oct
14

How does your oral health affect your mental health?

There is a close connection between the health of your body and the health of your mind. Research has shown that those suffering from mental illnesses tend to avoid dental care so much that their oral hygiene is neglected. This can result in both gum disease and tooth decay. Anxiety can lead to a fear on the… Continue reading »

Jul
22

Coronavirus & Oral Hygiene

With the current pandemic a lot of information has come out regarding the link between oral hygiene the virus itself. It is believed that it’s really important to ensure you are keeping on top of your oral health at this time (and other times!)  by adopting a proper morning and evening routine so as not… Continue reading »

Jun
12

Welcome back! Carnaby Dental Group of Practices open but not quite business as usual

We are back! With Covid-19 being slowly overcome (a big thank you to our wonderful NHS and all of our front line healthcare providers), we were happy to open our doors and return to face to face dentistry. We want to let you know, that we are working through our back log and will be… Continue reading »

May
25

Mouthwashes and their possible assistance in fighting Coronavirus?

Why is good oral hygeine important? Now as much as ever, we are looking at ways to face off the the newest threat to human life in the Covid-19 global pandemic. With dentistry practically shut down over the past 2 months. We are looking at and learning of ways to help fight back against a… Continue reading »

Jan
06

The rise in Adult orthodontics

After reading a recent article i learnt a lot about orthodontic figures in adults. 75% of orthodontists have reported an increase in adult private patients.  The survey also shows that the majority of patients are in the 26 to 55 age bracket and most likely to be women, but the number of men seeking treatment is… Continue reading »

Nov
28

SAFE MERCURY AMALGAM REMOVAL TECHNIQUE (SMART)

SMART was developed by the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) and stands for safe Mercury Amalgam Removal. Below is a check list for the correct protocol ensuring existing amalgam fillings are replaced safely: Slurry of charcoal, chlorella, or similar adsorbent for patient to rinse and swallow before the procedure Full body, impermeable barrier, as well as… Continue reading »

Nov
12

BLS & AED Training-Yearly Update

As one of our requirements we have to update our BLS certificate yearly. The training took place at King Cross dental. All 3 practice come together for the afternoon training completing an update on medical emergencies and basic life support covering the emergency drug box, use of a defibrillator and how to perform CPR!  

Oct
10

Wisdom tooth Pain?

As our wisdom teeth come into our mouths the can be very painful! You may feel one the cusps poke through the gum and the area might also be red, inflamed and tender. We have general dentists here 5 days a week and a specialist at our sister practise for extraction if needed. why not… Continue reading »

Sep
06

Single use items in dentistry

An interesting subject come up in conversation earlier this week so i took some time to research a little deeper.  After searching the internet i was surprised to see how many articles have been written about The effect of single use items in dentistry. Plastic does not biodegrade; it only breaks down into smaller and smaller… Continue reading »

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