Dr Asif Chatoo reflects on a statement from the General Dental Council and discusses the issues arising with ‘remote’ orthodontic treatments.
Reassurance to our patients – you can have your appointment in November
How should parents and teachers reward children? New charity, The Rewards Project, aims to help adults and children choose low-sugar food.
A new medical collection has opened this month in the Wellcome Galleries at the Science Museum, enriching and expanding London’s extraordinary medical and dental heritage.
An invitation to speak at a meeting in Australia was an opportunity I could not turn down, writes Dr Chatoo.
Our lovely receptionist Maria is leading a double life – in addition to working here she has become a patient as well!
When I first got an invitation to speak at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, I was both delighted and dismayed.
I am often asked by patients if braces will give them a lisp. If you are worried about lisping, I have a solution: her name is Annie Morrison.
We have been joined by two skilled practitioners who meet the demand for complementary dental treatments as well as rejuvenating injections in our safe and discreet clinic.
We know that a baby’s first appointment with a dentist should happen by their first birthday – but at what age should the first orthodontic visit take place?
I thoroughly recommend the new free exhibition called Teeth at the Wellcome Collection in London.
With origins in Beverley Hills and Japan and even a link to the infamous Playboy mansion, lingual braces must surely be the most exciting of all the brace types.
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