With the surgery closed we understand that you might experience a dental problem that may need some attention. In this post we have put together some of the common problems that you may be suffering and how you could self manage them during the COVID-19 crisis.
Dr Emma Deacon BDS LDS RCS (ENG) is an accomplished Dentist with her own Practice and is also an associate in a second practice. She graduated from Birmingham University in 1992. She has spent time in dental practices in London and the West Midlands and has a passion for Cosmetic, Restorative and Family Dentistry
Congratulations on making such a wise choice! Dentistry is both a rewarding and challenging profession and you can look forward to a long and stable career, you can also form lifelong bonds with your patients as well as the team and people you work with. It’s an opportunity to be a valuable part of the community and make an impact.
We all know that stress is bad for us and we should try and avoid it but in today’s busy lifestyle it can be hard to avoid it completely, life can get very stressful as we try to juggle everything. We all know about the many stress related medical conditions such as heart disease and anxiety but did you know that stress can have an impact on your dental health too?
A tooth can be knocked out by a blow to the mouth, or an accident involving the face. This can happen for example while playing contact sports. The tooth can be replaced in the socket successfully if you take the right action as soon as possible. Here we explain what to do if you suffer a knocked out tooth
We know there’s a few of you that we haven’t seen as much as we would have liked over the past year, so maybe it’s time you booked an appointment with us a visit in 2019 and see how we can give you the smile you've always wanted.
Just the thought of going to the dentist can cause anxiety to some people. 40% of the UK population have some form of anxiety of seeing the dentist with around 10% avoiding treatment altogether. That’s a lot of people walking round with anxiety about seeing the dentist and possibly in need of treatment.