Update on Covid 19 procedures

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Throughout the various stages of the pandemic we have followed the most up to date national guidelines and applied the most appropriate procedures to ensure your safety and the safety of the team here at Ferring Dental Practice to enable us to continue to be open and available for your dental care. I just wanted […]

Diabetes and Oral Health

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The link between a healthy mouth and a healthy body is becoming an ever more deeply researched area -we know that links between the following and gum disease have been indicated Cardiovascular disease Respiratory disease Stress Coronary atherosclerosis Diabetes The firmest piece of evidence  of links is around Diabetes both Type 1 & Type 2. […]

Prevention is key

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Imagine what it would be like if you lost your teeth. Imagine how it would alter the choices you make on what you eat and the satisfaction you get from tucking into the food you like let alone the risk of not being able to smile confidently. Now we can fix most of those problems […]

Why have all the dental practices closed?

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by Peter Saner Clinical Director         As I write this, all dental practices across the country have been required to close their doors, offering a remote service of advice and prescriptions. I hope that by the time this magazine is published, the situation is clearer and that access to care has improved […]