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Introducing our newest team member Dr Tony Bansil

We would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest team member Dr Tony Bansil. Tony was born in London and qualified as a Dentist from University College Hospital, London, in 1990. In 2002, he studied at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital and gained a Licentiate of the Faculty of Homeopathy.   After a

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Teeth tips for the holidays

The holidays are a time to celebrate, and these celebrations often revolve around food and plenty of seasonal treats. There is certainly no harm in indulging once in a while, but it’s worth knowing how the holidays can affect dental health. So here are our top tips for the holidays.   Stick to your normal

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Dental implants, are they right for you?

If you are missing one or more teeth is essential to replace them, and dental implants are a wonderful solution. Implants have now been used for several decades, and the technology is thoroughly researched and very advanced. When cared for properly, implants can last for many years or for life.   An implant consists of

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Fresh peach salad

This peach salad celebrates the arrival of fresh peaches and blueberries and is packed with flavour.   Ingredients 1 cup fresh blueberries 4 peeled, diced and pitted ripe peaches 2 peeled, pitted and diced avocados 4 cups chopped romaine lettuce 1 cup chopped pecans ¼ cup chopped fresh mint leaves ½ a thinly sliced red

Are you aware of the power of a smile?

A smile is a powerful thing, as it releases feel good chemicals that help to produce positive emotions, even when you may initially feel a little down. A study has shown that smiling during a stressful situation reduces your heart rate because it boosts feelings of happiness, even when the smile isn’t initially genuine. It’s

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