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Dentist Mike Allen looks at possible implications for dentists At the time of writing, Burton upon Trent has a relatively low number of new cases of Covid-19. Like many other places though, this could quite easily rise and there will,

Why dentists are seeing more cases of cracked and damaged teeth due to stress A report in the Independent has recently suggested that dentists in the USA are seeing a greatly increased number of patients coming to them with cracked

Widely advertised on social media, we take a look at this relatively new ‘innovation’ If you are on social media and have ever looked into any dental issues online, there is a very good chance that you will recently have

This popular technique can be used in a number of restorative and cosmetic treatments If you are into middle age, you will no doubt have seen a lot of changes occurring over the years at our Burton dental practice. From

Antonia Kemp, dental hygienist at Mike Allen’s Dental Practice explains It is not uncommon to find that many people don’t really fully understand the importance of seeing a dental hygienist on a regular basis. Whilst they do understand why they

Modern orthodontic treatment for older Burton patients Some of our more ‘mature’ patients may think that dental braces are only worn by children and teenagers and that, if you have crooked teeth later on in life, you have missed out

Dentist Mike Allen looks at issues that can be caused by unevenly spaced teeth, along with possible solutions If we have looked after our teeth well, with regular brushing, flossing and dental appointments, there is a good chance that they

Restoring teeth that are stained and discoloured In the last few blogs, we have focussed on immediate oral health concerns following the easing of the lockdown in the UK. For most people with dental problems, it has been a priority

A reminder to our Burton patients following the easing of the lockdown period. As dental practices slowly open their doors again following the lockdown period, there will be a concerted initial effort to treat those patients most in need of

A brief look at some of the changes that patients might notice when we open our practice again Many of you will have seen that dental practices in the UK are able to open their doors again from 8th June.