Find your perfect smile with Ollie & Darsh’s Ortho Open Day this October Friday 18th October is our ORTHO open day. This fantastic one day event lets you take advantage of a whole host of incredible money saving offers on two of our most popular treatments. During the event, we will be offering £1000 off both…
It’s official: the sun is making a more regular appearance in our lives, which can mean only one thing – it’s BBQ season! Whether you’re tucking into a juicy burger or enjoying a fresh side salad, the chances are you’ve got a favourite condiment to bring the flavours of your food to life. But, as…
National Stop Snoring Week is approaching later this month. The sound of snoring is irritating and annoying and can lead to sleep deprivation for your partner. But the noise of snoring can also cause a number of health problems, including damage to your oral health. See our previous blog called ‘Is snoring damaging your teeth?’.
A smile can go a long way. It can start a friendship, dissolve an argument and spread happiness. Scientific research has shown that smiling, or just seeing a smile, is contagious and can stimulate happy thoughts, even if you’re not feeling particularly joyful at the time.
A few days ago, we noticed a fascinating dentistry themed debate on twitter. The innocuous question went viral and sparked a polarising online debate, with Twitter users divided into several parties over the topic
We’ve noticed an increasing number of enquiries from people who are very nervous about visiting the dentist. These individuals often struggle to take the brave first step to contact us. So we thought we’d share our approach to give you some idea about the essence of what we do as a team to reassure and encourage you to conquer your anxiety.
If you’ve signed up to Cancer Research UK’s version of sugar-free February, the biggest benefit will be that you’ll be helping to beat cancer sooner. Your money (and hard work) will go towards funding life-saving research. But what are the other benefits of going sugar-free this February?
Even the most disciplined of us can put on a couple of pounds over the holidays. However, what is perhaps less widely recognised is that all of these treats can take a toll on your dental health.
One of the most common problems we see in clients visiting Ollie & Darsh HQ is complaints about sensitive tooth pain.
It has multiple possible causes, from enamel erosion, cracked teeth to night time teeth grinding. Regardless of the cause, it’s a niggling issue that can really negatively impact your ability to enjoy some of your favourite treats because of the pain and discomfort it causes.
As summer is fast approaching let’s take a look at some of the seasonal treats that may cause you some pain and the best solution to any sensitivity you may be experiencing.
Sunday 20th March marked World Oral Health Day – designed to highlight and promote the importance of our dental and oral health. This year’s theme was ‘Healthy Mouth. Healthy Body’ and focused on the vital link between good oral hygiene and its effect on our general health.
This is an important lesson that many of us don’t pay enough heed to. The state of your oral health can actually have a massive bearing on our overall physical health. In light of this years’ campaign we’d like to take a look at some of the most significant ways that your dental health contributes to your overall wellbeing.
Your gums and your heart