In the first few months of a baby’s life, the mouth is the focus of constant attention!
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.
Where do you turn when you feel the quality of your sleep declining? I hope after reading this blog you will turn to me!
An embouchure is a serious matter for musicians who play a wind instrument but also want to have teeth-straightening.
The title of this blog may sound reminiscent of an ancient fable. But this is no moral or magical tale…
I have decided to tackle the thorny Brexit topic – but this blog is strictly apolitical!
So much jargon is associated with teeth-straightening. This article helps you navigate the common problems that can be solved with orthodontics.
I like the concept of a personal development plan (PDP) in which I can map out how I will evolve as a clinician and practice-owner.
Are you ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules which comes into force next May?
When I first got an invitation to speak at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, I was both delighted and dismayed.
It’s hard to imagine, but there was a time when rinsing your mouth with your own urine was believed to help make you healthy!
Does progress always have a hidden downside? I rather suspect it does – and here’s why…
The country and people of Japan hold a special place in my heart.
Extended content around treatments and an emphasis on patient wellbeing are features of the relaunched LLOC website.
The second year of my Learning Lingual course for colleagues includes delegates who have travelled from far and wide.
Anyone who has been for treatment here will know how important my orthodontic nurses are to me and to the whole treatment process.
The reason for my cynicism around orthodontic system marketing relates to the latest campaign from an American operation called “Your smile direct.”
Automation has brought incomparable advantages.
If you had told me a year ago that I would be in discussion with a Natural Search Manager, I would have been incredulous.
It has come as quite a surprise to me to learn that as a dentist I should comply with a duty of candour not once, but twice.
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