Category Archives: Dental Care

Christmas Parties

When December arrives, so it seems do a host of invitations. With endless parties and celebrations, the festive season seems to be full of social events. With this being the case, it … Read more >

Plaque/Disclosing Tablets

Disclosing tablets. Most of us know what they are but not many of us use them. With this in mind, here we outline some key facts about them and what you need … Read more >

Christmas Dinner

So, it’s the 25th December and you are settling down to a traditional Christmas meal. There’s a turkey, there’s roast potatoes, sprouts… There’s a Christmas pudding. There’s a lot of wine. However, … Read more >

Oil Pulling

Recently, there has been a media focus on the practice of oil pulling. It’s supposed to improve your oral health and offers an additional use for coconut oil, that ever popular health … Read more >

Hallow’een

Hallow’een is a night which many of us look forward to for months. An opportunity to dress up and take part in spooky events, to scare and be scared! Traditionally, it’s also … Read more >

Teething Timeline

So many of  us hear that teething is a stage to be frightened of – sleepless nights are apparently a given. However, what’s the real truth behind the scaremongering? And what do … Read more >

Dental Fissure Sealants

Here at Cornerhouse, we believe prevention is better than cure. This is why we offer dental fissure sealants: it is another way of protecting your teeth from tooth decay and the resulting … Read more >

Motivation to Quit Smoking

You only have to look at a cigarette packet to behold a way in which smoking can be harmful to you. However, the wider benefits of quitting smoking are less widely known. … Read more >

Brushing Your Teeth Effectively

Just brushing your teeth isn’t enough: to offer your teeth optimum protection, you need to ensure that you are brushing them properly. A perfunctory clean may not be enough to effectively clean … Read more >

Enamel Fluorosis – What Should You Know?

Have you heard of enamel fluorosis? No? It’s the mottling of teeth enamel as a result of overexposure to fluoride. Here, we outline what it is and how to avoid it. Who … Read more >