We produce a monthly Cottingham Dental Practice newsletter. Copies are emailed to patients on request and 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 May 2020
We are following national guidelines and so have had to close the practice during this stage of the coronavirus crisis.
01 April 2020
During these unprecedented times please make sure that you continue with your routine dental care at home. We asked our therapist and hygienist Lyndsey for her top tips.
01 March 2020
Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can continue for several hours. It can also be an early warning sign of more serious dental problems.
01 February 2020
New research finds that one in ten (10%) children leave primary school without essential life skills, like brushing their teeth.
01 January 2020
Now that the Christmas and New Year festivities are behind us, you may want to consider giving your teeth a bit of a boost. Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface.
01 December 2019
Rob was honoured to be invited to give a talk as part of the programme at the biennial Association of Dental Implantology’s Members’ National Forum, held in London on 23 November. He was one of 24 speakers who presented a wide range of topics, all related to dental implantology.
01 December 2019
The practice will be closed on: 25, 26 and 27 December and 1 January. Opening hours on 24 December: 9.00am – 3.00pm.
01 November 2019
Altogether we have about 10,000 taste buds, mostly distributed around the tongue, except in the middle where there are none. Additional taste buds are found in the roof of the mouth and lower down the throat.
01 November 2019
New research, published in the Diabetes Care Journal, shows that increasing your sugary drink consumption by just 100ml a day over four years will increase your type 2 diabetes risk by almost a fifth (16%).
01 October 2019
Archaeologists from the University of York have found the earliest direct evidence of milk consumption anywhere in the world in the teeth of prehistoric British farmers.
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