One of nature’s biggest cats was reduced to a mitten-wearing kitten as a brave team on Merseyside performed dental work on an Amur tiger.
Conventional fillings may not be the best way of tackling decay in children’s teeth, new research suggests.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of an international dental clinic? Here, we bring you a rare glimpse of Kreativ Dental in Hungary – the most modern and well-equipped clinic in Europe – as we explore the modern building where a team of 80 dental specialists work on transforming smiles (and lives) at the award-winning International Dental Clinic of the Year.
The rise in the number of Scots travelling abroad for cosmetic dental procedures has risen in recent years as dental tourism continues to appeal.
At this time of year we all think about ways of improving ourselves and what we can do to make our lives better, healthier and happier. Whether you are looking to tone your body, look younger, achieve the perfect smile or just look after your hearing or eyesight a little better, we have the answers for you. Here we have selected six of the best ways you can begin to boost your life and improve yourself in 2019....
Penicuik dentist’s jaw-dropping 10-day, 13,000-mile round-trip to tend to the teeth of just 264 Atlantic islanders
IT'S a long way to go for an appointment but dentist Penny Granger travels for up to 10 days to see her patients on the world’s most remote, inhabited island.
SCOTS dentist Dr Abraham McCarthy is sure to be leader of the plaque after offering patients an unusual way of relaxing before their treatment - a bit of salsa!
A Scots dentist who repeatedly lied about his qualifications has been suspended from practising for a year.
RICHARD Barnett, author of The Smile Stealers: The Fine and Foul Art of Dentistry, tells Tracey Bryce the Honest Tooth about the changing treatment of teeth, from the early days of painful extractions to the introduction of anaesthesia and modern drills.
IT sounds like it could be the plot of a children's book, but this video shows a polar bear taking a trip to the dentist.
A LEADING British dentist has said that there is only “weak evidence” that flossing prevents gum disease and cavities.