For many people, visiting the dentist is a nonchalant activity. Something they know they have to do and it’s no bother. But for some individuals, it is a truly terrifying experience. Thanks to things such as horror films, even the sound of a drill is too much for some. Due to this fear, these individuals […]
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If you have a lot of teeth missing, you might assume that in order to replace them, you need an individual dental implant to take the place of each natural tooth you lost? This is not the case at all. This would be a very costly and invasive way of doing things. It will put […]
The British Dental Journal estimates that 75% of us could benefit from better tooth alignment. That’s most of us! Not only can having your teeth straightened give you a more attractive smile, but also in the case of aligning overlapping teeth, prevent you from having tooth surfaces that cannot be reached with your toothbrush. This […]
If you’ve put off seeing the dentist for a few weeks, months, or even years, you’re not alone. The national smile survey revealed that a huge percentage of adults in the UK have not visited the dentist in over two years and we are betting a main reason for this is nerves and anxiety. Dental […]
Do you ever find yourself hiding your smile because of misalignment? At Lion Dental Centre in Stourbridge, we aim to give all of our patients the confidence of a straight smile. Six Month Smiles have combined the most effective features of traditional braces and adapted the procedure to give patients of any age; a trustworthy […]
In the lead up to summer, many of us take extra care of our diet, spending habits, and exercise regime all in aid of that big summer holiday. Whether you’re boarding a plane to a warmer climate, or having a stay-cation somewhere in the UK, our holidays are a time for relaxing, having fun and […]
On March 19th 2015, data gathered from the 2013 Children’s Dental Health (CDH) Survey was published. This is the fifth in a series of children’s dental health surveys that have been carried out every ten years since 1973; nearly 10,000 children were surveyed.