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A possible link to “lock down” anxiety. It is understandable that there is a rise in the number of mental health issues at the moment. If the worry about our own health and those around us wasn’t enough, the fact

Does this rapidly spreading virus have any impact on our oral health? By the time this blog is posted, there is a possibility that we will be moving to the next stage in the fight against the Coronavirus where large

Mike Allen looks at the problem of weakened teeth. As we get older, it is highly likely that we will have had some dental treatment and many cases, it might be quite a significant amount. The most common treatment is

How common illnesses like colds and flu can have a detrimental effect on your teeth. Although dosing up on vitamin C, washing your hands frequently and avoiding people that you know have a cold, might help to keep down the

Burton dentist, Mike Allen, looks at the conclusions of a new report. The Oral Health Foundation has very recently put out a new report entitled ‘State Of Mouth Cancer UK Report 2018/19. You can download the PDF version here if

Dentists are here to help you have healthy teeth and gums. Here are some ways that you can help us 🙂 At Mike Allen’s Dental Practice, we pride ourselves on doing all that we can to help our Burton patients

Dr Mike Allen discusses this question, and the possible consequences of taking this approach. Most patients of Mike Allen’s Dental Practice come to see us every six months or so for their regular check ups. If a significant problem occurs

Associate Dentist, Peter Reece, explains why diabetics should pay particular attention to their oral health It goes without saying that we believe that all of our Burton patients should pay close attention to their oral health, but some groups are

Your teeth are important, use a dental professional. Taking responsibility for looking after our own teeth and gums is important. Daily cleaning and flossing are essential if you want to avoid common problems like decay and gum disease. When it

Could the World Cup really lead to damaged teeth? For the game tonight against Belgium, England fans can relax. We are going through to the qualifying stages anyway and whilst a win would be nice, any result will do. The