We produce a monthly Cottingham Dental Practice newsletter, which is sent to all our recall patients. Copies are also available in the practice's waiting room. We report on the main dental stories from the national and international news as well as the latest developments in the practice.

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01 April 2018
How many Easter eggs did you receive this year? If you’ve got a chocolate habit and alleviate the guilt by brushing your teeth straight after eating, it’s time to reassess.
01 April 2018
We have two successes to celebrate this month. Sophie has completed her dental nurse training and passed her final exams. She is now a fully qualified dental nurse. We are very pleased that she is staying with us and developing her role as part of our dental team.
01 April 2018
The daffodils are finally blooming, the temperature outdoors is slowly rising and the clocks have gone forward. This is the time of year to shake off the winter blues and clear out the cobwebs. Why not give your mouth a spring clean as well?
01 March 2018
Sipping acidic drinks such as fruit teas and flavoured water can wear away teeth and damage the enamel. An investigation by scientists from King’s College London has shown that drinking acidic drinks between meals and savouring them for too long increased the risk of tooth erosion from acid.
01 March 2018
Tooth whitening has quickly become an incredibly popular cosmetic procedure for many people in this country looking for a brighter smile – around one in six now say they have had their teeth whitened.
01 February 2018
Instead of sugary fizzy drinks or sugary squash, go for water, lower-fat milk or sugar-free, diet or no-added-sugar drinks. While the amount of sugar in whole and lower-fat milk is the same, choosing lower-fat milk also reduces your saturated fat intake.
01 February 2018
It takes 43 muscles to frown but only 17 to smile. Plus...
01 January 2018
We have introduced a new system that allows our patients to update and sign their own medical records by means of an electronic tablet device. The information is then immediately available to your dentist – before you even sit in the dental chair.
01 January 2018
We believe that our patients already appreciate the benefits of proper oral hygiene. However, please remember that time spent on your teeth now – regular and sustained oral health checks, cleaning, brushing and flossing – will affect your health for years to come.
01 December 2017
We know that many people are busy buying last-minute gifts and ordering the turkey and trimmings, but it is definitely worthwhile remembering that this time of year can play havoc with our teeth.
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