D&T Blog

Bupa 10k Run


Congratulations to Dawood & Tanner girls Nikki and Alisha for completing the Bupa 10k run on 25th May for charity Saving Faces.


Dawood & Tanner Launch Our New Website


We are so excited to launch our new website!

We have worked collaboratively with a fantastic web agency to create a website that reflects our Specialist Practice, our amazing team and our advanced range of treatments as illustrated through imagery and media.

Technology in dentistry is advancing and we are at the forefront of it at the practice, and through research and development we strive to develop and invent new techniques to provide the most effective and minimally invasive treatment journey for our patients.  As we have come to expect to be able to access information at our fingertips, it was important to us that our site was available to you on all devices for your convenience.

We can also now work together with your dentist through our Online Referrer Hub which enables them to securely refer you as a new patient at a click of button.


Dr Susan Tanner says NO to Lemon Juice Diets


Dr Susan Tanner has recently tried to set the record straight on the growing trend of Lemon Juice diets, see below her thoughts on the subject!

No more lemon juice diets!


How to Avoid Root Canal Treatment


Root canal treatments do not have to be painful and there is an alternative treatment option available that often successfully avoid it altogether. When we restore teeth with very deep decay we sometimes expose the nerve. Traditionally we had to take the nerve out and seal the nerve space – the dreaded term ‘root canal treatment'.

The answer is a MTA pulp cap – an alternative to root canal treatment.

If we expose a healthy and symptom-free nerve we can cover the exposed area with a special cement called MTA (Mineral Trioxide Aggregate). The nerve may still die but this is very rare and most of the time the outcome is successful, saving our patients a root canal treatment. The MTA cement is covered with a Glass Ionomer cement and the tooth is restored with a composite resin (white) restoration. The procedure is completely painless and most people do not even need to take pain killers afterwards.

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