When you are under stress, your whole body can be impacted and your oral health is no exception. Being under too much stress can contribute to many oral health problems with your mouth, teeth and gums including sores, bruxism, halitosis and gum disease. Halitosis Approximately 50% of the population suffer from halitosis (or bad breath).
There is no such thing as being too old to boost your confidence with a straight smile! Over the past decade, orthodontic treatments have become readily available for people of all ages. The stereotypical image of a brace wearer is a teenager with the traditional “train tracks” on their teeth. Because of this, many adults
Our Dental Hygienist/Therapist Abigail Whitney gave her top tips for healthy gums all year round with some small changes at home: Establishing an efficient home care regime can positively impact the maintenance of a healthy smile. Sometimes it can be difficult knowing exactly where to begin. Below is a simple guide on getting to know
A note from us… Did we ever imagine in 2006 when we opened our tiny practice that we would now be opening the doors to our fifth surgery and welcoming on board our 25th member of the team? No! We are in awe of how The Dentist at Liberty Place has grown, it’s wonderful patients
Being a member is your best bet! How many of us pay monthly to “visit” the gym? We’re no strangers to the busy lifestyle you lead, but for many of us we happily pay our monthly fee to rest easy in the knowledge that the gym would welcome us should we wake up feeling motivated