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HAPPY NEW YEAR

We went through a tough year in 2020. A new year is upon us, and with a new year comes a fresh perspective on many aspects of our lives. It’s the perfect time to take a step back and refocus on positive elements, such as how we can better take care of ourselves and boost our overall well-being in 2021. Focusing on our health should always be one of our top priorities, as it …

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

We went through a tough year in 2020. A new year is upon us, and with a new year comes a fresh perspective on many aspects of our lives. It’s the perfect time to take a step back and refocus on positive elements, such as how we can better take care of ourselves and boost our overall well-being in 2021. Focusing on our health should always be one of our top priorities, as it has an impact on everything we do in our lives.

We think it’s a great idea to start 2021 off on a positive note by getting your dental and aesthetic needs back in style! Let’s talk about the wide range of dental and aesthetic treatments available at BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic. We have put in place extensive COVID-19 safety measures and protective protocols to provide the most secure and controlled environment for our patients and our staff.

BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic Provides the following treatments:

  • General, Cosmetic & Specialised Dentistry
  • Facial Aesthetics: Anti-Wrinkle &, Dermal Filler Treatments
  • Body Sculpting: Fat Freezing

Contact us on 02074311444

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 14:53

BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic Provides the following treatments:

- General, Cosmetic & Specialised Dentistry

- Facial Aesthetics: Anti-Wrinkle &, Dermal Filler Treatments

- Body Sculpting: Fat Freezing

Contact us on 02074311444

Visit us: 14-15 New College Parade, Finchley Road, NW3 5EP

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 21:52

Medical News Today

The human body is comprised of roughly 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells. In healthy people, these bacteria are typically harmless and often helpful, keeping disease-causing microbes at bay. But, when disturbances knock these bacterial populations out of balance, illnesses can arise. Periodontitis, a severe form of gum disease, is one example. In a new study, University of Pennsylvania researchers show that bacteria responsible for many cases of periodontitis cause this imbalance, known as dysbiosis, with a sophisticated, two-prong manipulation of the human immune system. To read the full article from "Medical New Today" click here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our NW3 (Finchley Road) dental clinic. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists and cosmetic consultant are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 12:22

Oral bacteria may cause heart disease

Thursday 22nd May 2014

Medical News Today

A University of Florida study shows that the same bacteria that cause gum disease also promotes heart disease - a discovery that could change the way heart disease is diagnosed and treated. Researchers reported their findings at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. To read the full article, click here.

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our NW3 (Finchley Road) dental clinic. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists and cosmetic consultant are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 09:30

While bacterial infections have been associated with a number of serious medical conditions, such as cardiovascular diseases, their role in cerebrovascular disorders has not been fully understood to date. Now, researchers from Finland have suggested that infections due to oral and pharyngeal bacteria could be a risk factor for ruptured intracranial aneurysms. To read the full article click here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our NW3 (Finchley Road) dental clinic. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists and cosmetic consultant are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

Dental infections thought to cause brain aneurysms

Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 11:21