Mouth cancer can affect anyone. Have you noticed any changes in your mouth? Three signs and symptoms you shouldn’t ignore If you are not sure, don’t delay, please make an appointment to come and see us. Mouth Cancer Risk factors It is important to come for your regular dental check-ups and hygiene visits, just to […]
Why not try a few healthier and fun alternatives… If you still want to have the excitement of an Easter egg hunt in the garden without all the chocolate, try making and then hiding beautiful 3D paper eggs. Here is how to make them – it’s very easy and a great activity for even little […]
Westgate Dental supports the National No Smoking Day, 14 March 2018. This year the theme is #TellUsYourWay, which encourages people to share what worked for them in helping to quit. There are a number of ways to quit smoking. The British Heart Foundation recommends the following: Pick a quitting DATE – it should be a […]
Worried about discoloured teeth? Have you ever thought of having your teeth whitened for a special occasion, or just because you wanted to treat yourself? Our Professional Home Tooth Whitening system Philips Zoom! will help remove stains and dark pigmentation from your teeth with a gentle sustained release action. The Philips Zoom! system has been […]
We’ve put together a fantastic dental hamper, full of useful items you need to help make sure your smile is in tip-top shape! In order to be in for a chance of winning our Christmas hamper, Like our Facebook page and leave us a Facebook comment on our competition post. Our hamper is valued at […]
Regular patients of ours will know that we recommend brushing at least twice a day for at least 2 minutes and using interdental brushes, floss or picks regularly. We read with interest a YouGov survey conducted last month, which found that most people follow the standard practice of brushing their teeth twice daily, while a […]
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An interesting article caught our eye in yesterday’s The Times newspaper, which links gum disease to a higher risk of dementia. We’ve known for some time that gum disease has been linked to heart disease, lung problems, and other complications, through infection by bacteria or the spread of inflammation. James Pickett, head of research at […]