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

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

Covid-19 Lockdown – An Extra Challenge For Our Oral Health

Canterbury dentist, Bob Dubbins offers patients some timely advice Hopefully, all patients of Bradley and Partners Dental and Implant Clinic are following government guidelines at this difficult time and staying indoors except for essential trips and a little daily exercise.

Taking Care Of Teenage Teeth

This stage of life can be problematic for young teeth As parents, we do the best that we can when our children are younger, to make sure that they look after their teeth well. We encourage (and probably ‘nag’ a

Take Care Of Your Teeth This Christmas

Have fun, but don’t let overindulgence compromise your oral health! Christmas is just around the corner and it’s a great time of year when we can get together with family and friends. Many of us will probably let our hair

Planning Cosmetic Treatment For The Festive Season

Facial aesthetics & cosmetic dentistry – get ready for those Christmas & New Year celebrations! You may not have given too much thought to Christmas yet, or perhaps just started to get ready, buying in food and maybe a few

Minimising The Risk Of Mouth Cancer

Neglecting your oral health could lead to more serious problems than tooth decay. Good oral health care should, of course, be ongoing and requires us to be diligent in our teeth cleaning and general oral health habits. For most patients