All sorts of questions can crop up in our conversations with patients and in this section we explore some of the themes.
27th November 2018
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.
19th October 2018
Why would an orthodontic clinic host an oncologist specialising in the treatment of women with breast cancer?
15th October 2018
Evidence builds all the time for the therapeutic impact of animals. Why learn mindfulness when you could just have a pet?
26th June 2018
What influences help us decide on dental health treatments and products? We look at how millenials make their choices as well as the results of a recent survey in this blog.
28th May 2018
I thoroughly recommend the new free exhibition called Teeth at the Wellcome Collection in London.
25th April 2018
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.
19th April 2018
Where do you turn when you feel the quality of your sleep declining? I hope after reading this blog you will turn to me!
29th March 2018
I feel a great sense of responsibility for all my patients but I feel particularly responsible when a musician, who plays a wind instrument, is in treatment.
9th January 2018
So much jargon is associated with teeth-straightening. This article helps you navigate the common problems that can be solved with orthodontics.
29th December 2017
Teeth sensitivity can be compared to the common cold. All of us are likely to experience it at some time or another but there is conflicting advice on the best remedy!