Patient Blog

Welcome to our new patients and existing patients. Here you will find recent practice news and educational information for the maintenance of good oral hygiene and recent developments in treatment methods. Feel free to share on social media, ask questions or leave comments in the box at the bottom of the article.

Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

Be Diabetes Aware

More than 4 million people in the UK are believed to be living with diabetes – that’s 6% of the total population. Only around 3.5 million have been diagnosed, which means there are still hundreds

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It’s a man thing

There are many general assumptions made about all genders that still exist today. While many of these are being challenged and indeed changed by modern opinions and movements, some are still widely shared. But that’s

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Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

Epilepsy and oral health

National Epilepsy Week is promoted between 20th and 26th May. We at BPI Dental thought this a timely reminder to share some information on the condition. More than half a million people in the UK

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Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

BPI Dental Celebrates National Smile Month

National Smile Month is the largest and longest running oral health promotion campaign in the UK. It promotes the importance of good oral hygiene, encouraging people across the nation to look after their mouths effectively.

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Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

Don’t stress about it

Stress. We all experience it. It is the source of anguish, sleepless nights and, in severe cases, can affect our health. There are many possible causes of stress, including our jobs, family, significant life events

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Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

Say Ahh! #WOHD19

World Oral Health Day (#WOHD19) is celebrated on 20th March across the globe every year. It is all about raising awareness of the importance of good oral health and encouraging people to improve their dental

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Oral Health
Dr Boota Ubhi

See your habit go up in smoke

It is not news that smoking is bad for you. It is the leading cause of preventable deaths in England, attributed to almost 80,000 deaths every year. Smoking has negative effects on your heart, circulation,

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