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The Prosecco Smile

Prosecco is fast becoming Britain’s favourite drink, with it flying off the shelves in some of the nation’s supermarkets. It is so popular that people are now queuing outside supermarkets to nab the best deals on their favourite champagne alternative. Prosecco is causing mayhem at the nation’s supermarkets, but what damage is it doing to our teeth? What is the Prosecco Smile? The... more»

2017-09-04 09:36 Posted in: News from the Dentist's Chair

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Do you hate smiling? Do you have crooked teeth or are embarrassed about your smile? Is there a special event coming up that you want a perfect smile for such as a wedding or special birthday? If so, visit our specialist orthodontist here at Alma Dental. Whether you are a new or existing patient, we offer a range of orthodontic solutions to help you achieve the results you want. It is never too... more»

2017-06-23 09:37 Posted in: Orthodontics

What Are The Benefits Of Having Private Dental Care?

A question that lies on many people’s minds is whether or not it is better to use an NHS dentist or a private dentist. There are of course pros and cons to both however a private dentist does tend to offer better services to its patients.... more»

2016-09-19 08:00 Posted in: News from the Dentist's Chair

How Can I Improve My Smile?

A smile is something that we wear every day and therefore something that we feel very conscious about. For some of us more than others, smiling can be a real problem due to teeth that are in a bad state. They say a smile can brighten a person’s day and to spend each day making sure that a smile doesn’t break through must get very tiring. The state of a person’s teeth can be an upsetting... more»

2016-09-12 08:00 Posted in: News from the Dentist's Chair

What Are Dental Veneers?

Shade determination © Ocskay Bence Dental veneers are used to provide you with a natural and healthy looking smile that you can be proud of. They are often used to cover discoloured, broken or unsightly teeth so that the teeth are uniformed in appearance. The flexibility of veneers even allows gaps in the teeth to be covered and crooked teeth to be straightened. With dental veneers you can... more»

2016-07-04 09:00 Posted in: News from the Dentist's Chair