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COVID-19 Update

31/05/20 RE: Resumption of dental services in England The goal for patients and professionals is to resume the safe and effective provision of the full range of care in all practices, as rapidly as practicable. In developing this approach, we recognise:• clear safety standards, including personal protective equipment […]

Top tips for great oral health

Having good oral health is really important. A healthy smile doesn’t only benefit your mouth. It also helps you achieve better physical health and mental wellbeing.  The good news is that a healthy mouth is easy to achieve. Here are our top tips for great oral health. Two […]

Diet and Oral Health

What you eat and drink can have a big impact on the health of your mouth. The two things to look out for in your food and drink are sugar and acid.  These have the potential to cause damage to your teeth. Sugar reacts with the bacteria in […]

COVID-19 – see latest update

25/03/20 RE: COVID-19 pandemic – Delay phase The new guidance will set out that individuals will still be asked to self-isolate for 7 days from the onset of COVID-19 symptoms but any individuals in the household will now be asked to self-isolate for 14 days from that moment […]

COVID-19 – see latest update

20/03/20 updated 24/03/20 RE: COVID-19 pandemic – Delay phase All patients who are booked in for appointments will be triaged, and any routine recalls for patients who are over 70, have an underlying health condition or are pregnant will be rearranged for later in the year. The new […]

COVID-19 Pandemic – see latest update

18/03/20 RE: COVID-19 pandemic All patients who are booked in for appointments should be triaged, and any routine recalls (regardless of age, medical status) should be rearranged for later in the year. We can only see patients that require treatment, are in severe pain or are in mid-treatment. […]

December 2019 Competition

Terms and Conditions The competition will start on the 03/12/2019 Competition winner will be announced on 17/12/2019 and must be available to attend appointment at Brock Street Dental Practice on a Monday, Tuesday or a Thursday. In order to enter the draw, you must share the competition post […]

How bad are energy drinks?

In a recent study by the Cardiff University, School of Dentistry, it was concluded that regular consumption of energy drinks could contribute to dental erosion and the development of obesity. Lucozade and Rockstar were found to potentially have the greatest impact on oral health and obesity. Materials and […]

March 2020 Competition

Free “Lunch time Peel” World Leaders in skin care, ZO Skin Health by Dr Obagi is now available at Brock Street Dental Practice. To celebrate we are offering 1 lucky winner the ZO Stimulator Peel (lunchtime peel) and a complimentary skin consultation with ZO Skin practitioner/Dentist – Dr […]