As I am coming to the end of my own orthodontic treatment, and I am thrilled with the results, I thought it would be nice to write a blog to let patients know more about orthodontic treatment that we can offer at Moreton-in-Marsh dental. My Personal Experience When I was 12, I had a… View more
Teeth Cleaning and Polishing with Airflow Good Oral Hygiene is important, not just for cosmetics but for your overall health as well. Bacteria in the mouth, primarily can cause gum problems such as bleeding (gingivitis) and tooth loss (periodontitis), and is linked to heart disease and Alzheimer’s to name a few. Our Hygienist Claire can… View more
“Virtually every piece of plastic that was ever made still exists in some shape or form.” Plastic waste has really started to hit the headlines and facts like this have started to ring alarm bells for me. Many of us are starting to wonder how we could have buried our heads in the sand for… View more
It’s been a busy past month at Moreton in Marsh Dental with the quite sudden news that Mr Holeyman of Grafton House Dental Surgery has finally closed his doors after nearly 30 years of dentistry in the town. Although this has come as a bit of a shock to his existing patients I felt it… View more
Did you know that that November is Mouth Cancer Action Month? At Moreton in Marsh Dental we check every single patient every visit for signs of mouth cancer but what is it and how can we help you reduce your risk factors?
On Friday 29th September we held our 1st coffee morning at the practice in aid of Macmillan Cancer support. It was a nationwide event raising funds so that people with cancer don’t have to face it alone. Unfortunately with 1 in 3 of us experiencing cancer we all know loved ones or even ourselves that… View more
Losing a tooth is always a disappointing occasion and Lee’s story is no different. Unfortunately he had a tooth that wasn’t saveable and we decided it was best it went before it caused infection. We discussed Lee’s options to fill the gap and elected that a dental implant would be the best way to proceed once his jawbone had healed.
Caroline and the team have been busy promoting dental health to 50 school children at Longborough Primary School. What better way to show that we do truly care than to close the practice and give a talk on prevention to the next generation…
I was bought up in Cambridgeshire. When I left college, I found myself a job as a dental nurse. I started as a trainee and I loved it! After a couple of years I became a qualified dental nurse. I felt that I could go further and the next step was to become a… View more
When you have a missing tooth, then a dental bridge may be used to restore the resulting gap. The dental bridge is basically a false tooth, beautifully created from porcelain that fills the gap and is supported by adjacent teeth or implants. Bridges are permanently fixed and cannot be taken out of your mouth… View more