Bradley and Partners
St Peters House, 2 St Peters Lane,
Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2BP
Category: Advice

Final Part Of Our A To Z Of Dental Terminology

Concluding our explanation of dental terms that you might hear during your visit to our Canterbury clinic Today’s blog wraps up our A-Z series of things that you might have heard a dentist say but were not sure what it

Part Two Of Our Dental Terms A-Z

Continuing our series of dental terminology explanations. Last time, we took a look at some of the dental terminology that you may have heard at our Canterbury practice up to and including the letter ‘I’. Today, patients of Bradley and

Your A-Z Of Dental Terminology

An alphabetical guide to the world of oral health for our Canterbury patients As experienced dentists, as with many other professions, it can become all too easy to slip into using terminology that we understand but which may sound strange

Prevention And Management Of Tooth Sensitivity

Sensitive teeth can cause a lot of discomfort, but it is manageable. Canterbury dentist, Lucille Illingworth explains more Little is more unpleasant than when your teeth come into contact with ice cream or a steaming hot cup of tea when

Bad Breath? Could Poor Oral Health Care Be The Cause?

Halitosis causes an offensive smell that can mean people avoid being around you! A few years ago, an article came out in a dental magazine which investigated the smells that people in the UK found to be the most offensive.

Beware Of ‘Cost Cutting’ Cosmetic Dentistry

Cheaper is often not better and can easily lead to additional problems! With the Covid-19 situation and with just 3 months to the post Brexit trading arrangements, it probably isn’t surprising that most papers are forecasting tougher times to come

Maintaining A Healthy Weight For Better Oral Health

Diet and lifestyle choices that contribute to obesity can also negatively impact your teeth and gums Some of you may have seen a recent report suggesting that obesity increases the chances of dying from Covid-19 by 48%. Whilst this is

Alcohol And Your Mouth Health

Why over-indulgence in alcoholic drinks can present a real risk for teeth and gums As the country slowly emerges from lockdown, one of the most keenly awaited announcements has finally emerged and people in England are once again allowed to

Welcoming Patients Back To Our Canterbury Practice

Operational changes you will see as we welcome you back. The lockdown restrictions have seemed like an eternity to us as they may have done to you, especially if you have been suffering with a dental problem that is causing

Managing Stress Levels To Help Protect Your Teeth

Tooth damage caused by bruxism and poor diet Stress levels appear to be rising across the UK and perhaps it’s not surprising. Firstly there was the stress associated with potentially catching Covid-19, followed by the anxiety associated with being in