Thank you for your patience during lockdown when we were forced to close our doors due to restrictions placed upon us by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the Chief Dental Officer (CDO) and the General Dental Council (GDC). As you are probably aware these restrictions will be lifted from Monday 8th June 2020…
Firstly, we want to say a huge congratulations to our receptionist Laura and her husband on the addition to their family with their beautiful boy, Elwood
I must start with I just hope you are all well and looking after each other. I do not feel there is any point in saying what unprecedented times we find ourselves in because I think we’ve heard that for the past month but I think we will all agree we’ve never had an April like this one before.
I have wanted to write to you all for a while now but unfortunately, I had very little news that I could pass on to you that wasn’t just speculation and I didn’t want to add any more confusion to an already difficult time.
Braces on your teeth make it very difficult to clean the plaque off your teeth. Plaque contains a lot of bacteria and if left around your braces, teeth and gums, it can cause white spots and decay on your teeth as well as bleeding gums. So, keeping your braces clean is essential! Regular hygiene visits… View more
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?