Our passion is helping you have a healthy mouth
Year: 2017

Especially at this time of the year, it can be tempting to leave minor damage until later. We hope that you all had a great Christmas and are looking forward to the new year. We also hope that you avoided

Helping you to maintain good oral health into 2018 and beyond. After thirty years of running a dental practice in Burton Upon Trent, we know many of our longer standing patients on a personal level. Some of our current adult

With good care, your crown should provide many years of trouble free service. Where a straightforward filling would not be sufficient to effectively restore a tooth, porcelain or ceramic crowns are often the next option. These are also used in

Our Burton based dentist takes a closer look If you are pregnant, then congratulations; bringing a child into the world can be a joyous, if sometimes difficult, thing. Whilst some mums to be manage to sail through their pregnancy, others

Dental implants are more than just an aesthetic tooth replacement. If you have lost a tooth, you may be considering you replacement options. Essentially, aside from leaving a gap, there are three options; a bridge, dentures or dental implants. Of

Be More Comfortable When Cleaning Your Teeth Having sensitive teeth can be an uncomfortable experience. It can take away the pleasures of a nice hot drink on a cold day or a freezing cold ice cream in the summer heat.

Achieving straight and even teeth without gum health problems. On the face of it, having your teeth straightened is a great way to a pleasant new smile. Modern orthodontics can now achieve this without the need for unsightly metal braces,

Planning ahead for Christmas can help you to significantly reduce sugar consumption. At Mike Allen’s Dental Practice, we are firm believers that prevention is better than the cure. Whilst we can perform many corrective procedures to restore a damaged or

Some helpful tips for the postoperative period. Here at Mike Allen’s Dental Practice, we always try to repair and save your natural teeth wherever possible, but sometimes this may not always be an option. There may also be situations where

Identifying oral health problems in smokers and available treatments. Although a large proportion of the UK population have managed to stop smoking, or have, at least, switched to e-cigarettes, there is still a sizeable section of society, thought to be