Dentistry in the digital age

Dental prosthesis production lab using computer-aided design and milling

There’s much to smile about as dentistry advances into a fast-paced, precision-guided digital age

Top 3 health tips for 2016

Looking to make some healthy changes that you can actually stick to all year round? We've kept it simple with 3 key health tips for the New Year, designed to help you make the most of 2016

In search of the perfect smile - and good health

National consciousness may now be focused on the perfect smile more than at any time in history, but children from poor backgrounds still suffer tooth decay

The psychology of a smile

Smiling is the outward sign of happiness and connects us to others – it helps bond people together

How to keep your teeth and gums healthy

As one in every three adults in the UK has tooth decay, using preventative products at home is vital

Private or NHS dental treatment?

Finding an NHS dental practice can be a postcode lottery, but private dental practices afford more time to provide a service some are prepared to pay more for

Fillers as well as fillings and crowns

Improved technology and materials, alongside growing demand for treatments including Botox and fillers, are revolutionising the dental practice

Inequality and the future of dental care

Health inequalities across the UK are well documented and are represented in oral health, where there has been a long-standing disparity between people with good and poor dental health