Year: 2018

Benefits Offered By A Dental Bridge

Bridges are still a popular tooth replacement method at our Clapham practice. Here’s why…. Although looking after our teeth correctly greatly improves our chances of keeping them healthy and strong well into later life; as we become older, the challenges

Choosing Your Local Dentist In The Clapham Area

What things should you look for when you need to register at a new dental practice? If you are new to the Clapham area, you might be considering which dental practice to choose. Equally, perhaps you already live around here

Will Dental Implants Really Improve Your Quality Of Life?

Looking at why more and more people are turning to implants. Although not the cheapest method of replacing a missing tooth, or teeth; an increasing number of patients at our Clapham practice, as elsewhere, are turning to dental implants when

Have You Been Told You Have Gingivitis? – It’s Time For Action!

stages of gum disease

Early stage gum disease is manageable if you follow the advice given by our Clapham dentists. We all hope, that when we visit our dentist for our regular check up, we will be be told that they will see us

Broken A Tooth? – What Are Your Options?

Confidental Clinic

Potential treatments to restore a damaged tooth at our Clapham practice. A tooth can break for any number of reasons. Weakened by decay or even where it has previously been treated, it can still come as something of a shock

Why Are Teeth Sometimes Sensitive?

Tooth sensitivity can be uncomfortable, but could also indicate other problems. Having sensitive teeth can make drinking and eating quite uncomfortable. It is no fun, on a hot day, to have to think about the consequences before drinking a nice

Protecting Your Children’s Teeth

Our Clapham children’s dentist explains why parents must take responsibility. A report out today has shown that there has been a rise in the number of children needing to have teeth extracted in hospitals, from last year (see link below).

How To Beat Your Dental Anxiety In Clapham

Avoiding the dentist because of anxiety is likely to cause long term harm to teeth and gums. Anxiety is a strange thing, and some believe it is hardwired into our DNA from our times as hunter gatherers. Whether this is