Without being too much of a kill- joy, research has also shown that the modern habit of drinking coffee and tea – on average four cups per day - with one in three British adults adding sometimes two to three teaspoonfuls of sugar to their drink, increases seriously , the frequency of acid attack on the teeth.

Each teaspoonful contains 4g of sugar whih means that four cups of tea or coffee per day, with just one teaspoonful of sugar, could in itself make up half of a person’s daily recommended sugar intake.

Information courtesy of the Oral Health Foundation.

New Lockdown Measures, from 5th January 2021

Despite the latest Covid-19 Lockdown measures, the UK and Scottish Governments still allow travel to and from Dental Practices for Dental Treatment (NHS & Private). If you have already been to see us in the second half of 2020, you will have seen the extensive measures we have taken to ensure that all patients (and our staff) are kept safe from Covid-19 transmission.
We would like to assure you it is still safe to visit us for your routine and emergency Dental care. 
If you have any questions, please feel free to phone or email us.
Also, please see the previous Covid-19 posts on our website, here, for more information, as it is just as relevant now as it was when originally posted.