Our newsletter is designed to keep you informed of any new ideas and developments both in the world of dentistry and within our practice
In this edition we introduce our new Specialist Orthodontist, Samir Farmahan as well as articles on tooth erosion and how the sugar tax can be good for you and us.
In this edition you will find articles on the many new developments at our practice over the past few months. Also topics on to floss or not to floss and also a feature on our range of smile enhancement treatments.
In this edition you will find articles on mouth cancer, smile psychology and how nearly half of 8 year olds in the UK today have visible signs of decay on their teeth.
Find out about our new dedicated hygiene room and getting a good start on dental health in the early years.
In this edition, you will find articles on hidden sugars, orthodontic treatment (braces) and broken teeth. Also, for our male readers, results of a survey on the 10 things women most judge men on.
We’d like to start by congratulating George on gaining a Distinction on completing his Masters degree in Restorative dentistry.
In this edition, we will be looking at Minimal Intervention Dentistry and how new techniques and materials help to preserve your teeth, with minimal drilling and removal of existing tooth material.
We welcome Devayani Arya, our new orthodontist, to our team. To find out a little more about Dev, as well as features on allergies and dental phobia, do read on.
This newsletter addresses stress-related dental issues and what we can do to help. It also brings you the latest news from our team and we get sentimental as we see how our young patients (including our own children) have grown into wonderful young adults in the 12 years that Kew Dental Care has been a part of the community.
We introduce our new dentist, George Cheetham who is with us every Tuesday. We also discuss straightening teeth with Invisalign clear braces and discuss the link between HPV and certain types of oral cancer. We also mention signs and symptoms to look out for and when to seek immediate attention.
In this pre-Olympic edition, we emphasise how having a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle can also help prevent gum disease and how regular visits help us to spot signs of vitamin deficiency as well as other diseases.
We Thank You this time for your postive feedback on the practice refurbishment and for your continuing referrals of friends and family to us. We also reinforce the need for regular oral health checks and why your safety is so important to us.
In this newsletter, David achieves his Masters in Cosmetic and Restorative dentistry, we have a 5K Race for Life Team and talk about how Smiling really is good for you.
In this newsletter you will find news about some of the activities we get up to when we're not at work as well as information on clear braces.
In this issue there is information on a possible link between tooth loss and poor oral health and the develpment of dementia. Also information on children's dentistry and products available at our practice and finally, to reiterate our policy on changes to appointments.
Welcome to our updated news. Do read on to see how the team remain committed to continually improving our skills and knowledge in order to provide you and your family with the best care available.
In our latest newsletter: we are introducing our new hygienist, reinforcing the need for regular attendance to prevent gum disease leading to something more serious, and informing you of our new opening hours.