2021_11_03_blog_image_001Mouth cancer is a disease which can affect the lips, tongue, cheek, and throat. Last year over 8,772 people were diagnosed with mouth cancer that is equivalent to over 24 people every single day! Over the past ten years the number of people who have been diagnosed with mouth cancerhas increased by 58% and it is one of the few cancers where numbers are expected to rise over the next few years. The ten-year survival rate is between 18% and 57%, depending on where the cancer strikes and how early it is diagnosed.

2021_10_04_blog_img001Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body, so it is capable of putting up with quite a lot. However, although tough, your teeth can still crack and fracture in the same way as bones.

2021_09_01_Blogimg_001In this month’s blog we look at what will happen following your root canal treatment.

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