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  • Brain injury - Can it be treated? MigraineA Brain injury can occur whenever there's a sudden trauma to the head. This can involve the penetration of an object, a violent impact, or even just a strong shaking, such as may occur during the...
  • One-Stop Fertility Test Pregnancy testA “One-Stop” Fertility Test was pioneered by Dr.Nargund and her team in 2001 .It can be done at lunch hour or within an hour. This test is done using out-patient advanced 3D-Doppler ultrasound scan...
  • Natural and Mild IVF: A safer, cheaper, patient-friendly and successful approach Infertility treatmentThere is a renewed scientific interest in a more natural approach to IVF cycles. More than 50 peer reviewed papers have been published in the last five years addressing natural, modified natural and...
  • What is an angiogram? AngiogramCardiovascular disease is one of the biggest health problems in the UK today, leading to heart attacks, strokes, and a range of other complications. Angiograms are used to assess the health of the...
  • MRSA: How can I avoid it? MRSA bacteriaMRSA stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. Staphylococcus Aureus (known as SA) is a common type of bacteria that lives on the skin or in the nose of about one in three people,...
  • Head injury treatment - What is available? MigraineAlmost everyone bangs their head at sometime or other and around a million people a year in the UK are treated for head injuries at A&E units, with 25% of these requiring admission for treatment and...
  • Are your teeth worn down? - Tooth Surface Loss (TSL) dental implantsWe have been treating our clients for their dental problems for many years but in the last decade we have become aware of a new problem that can affect all age groups. In the past the main problems...
  • Which to choose: Dental implant or root canal treatment? Endodontics root canal treatmentMany more people today understand the benefits of a dental implant. Before you have a tooth extracted in order to have an implant placed, you should consult an endodontist (root canal specialist). In...
  • Teeth whitening clinics – are they safe? Teeth whitening clinics – are they safe?Teeth whitening clinics are able to remove stains and discolouration from teeth to make them look whiter and healthier. Teeth whitening lightens the natural colour of your teeth without removing any...
  • Root Canal Cost - Does it have to be so expensive? Endodontics root canal treatmentRoot canal treatment – to cure an infected tooth root – is a common procedure in modern dentistry. But why is it so expensive, and are there any ways of reducing root canal cost? Private root canal...
  • Dental spa: moving with the times Senova spaThe demand for cosmetic dentistry treatment drives what is fast becoming a highly competitive market and patients who do not find satisfaction in their usual practice will quickly look elsewhere....
  • Fantastic smiles on your perfect day... Bride and groomThat dress, the flowers, the bridesmaids, your parents, relatives and, of course, your friends! You've worked hard to make sure that your special day will be all that you ever wanted it to be....
  • Orthodontic treatment in the UK – your questions answered Appledore logo - greenOrthodontic treatment is the use of braces or aligners, most commonly to straighten crooked teeth or to correct prominent upper front teeth. The type of brace or aligner chosen depends on the problem...
  • What are teeth implants? dental implantsYou can lose a tooth, or several teeth, for all sorts of reasons, including sports accidents, injury, decay, gum disease, and old age. For both functional and aesthetic reasons you will probably want...
  • White fillings - fact or fiction? post-op upper archWhat can cause you to have a filling? A good question to which there are several answers. Too much sugar in your diet can cause a build up of plaque - the white sticky film of bacteria that sits on...
 
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