Wednesday, 19 April 2017

April Monthly Newsletter



Dr Richard Malloch has joined the team at MIDHS LTD. He is a very experienced prosthetic and restorative dentist, He is a senior lecturer and instructor, both nationally and internationally on Professor Tipton’s courses. He is highly skilled in placing implants and restoring beautiful healthy teeth. He has recently completed an additional postgraduate Diploma in Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics.

1. Practice Careful Sweet Selection
Limit your consumption of sweets that are sticky or gummy. While caramels, and jelly beans are tasty, it’s better for you to indulge your sweet tooth with chocolate or other treats that will not stick to your teeth as easily.
2. Don’t Graze
Munching on sweet snacks all day long is not only hard on your waistline, but it is also hard on your teeth. Eat your sweet treats with a meal.
3. Rinse
Experts explain that brushing immediately after eating a sugary snack can do more damage than good. Dentists recommend simply rinsing your mouth with water after eating a sweet treat. Plain water helps the saliva do the job of neutralizing the pH of the mouth.
4. Chew Sugarless Gum
Chewing sugarless gum after your Easter meal can help your saliva glands get to work neutralizing the acids in your mouth. It will also help remove food particles from your teeth.


Sunday, 14 April 2013

Great meeting -periodontal specialist Philip Greene president of the Periodontal group BSP and advisors gave us a great meeting. International speakers wall to wall, so glad we went. There was a lot of interest in the Vision Perio Brush. Improved results for patients and long lasting. The mini Vision impressed many too.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Direct access to dental care professionals!

This is a message from BSDHT president Sally
I am delighted to let you know that the Office of Fair Trading (OFT)  published it’s report -  Dentistry, an OFT market study, on Tuesday this week.
The report was commissioned back in September 2011 and the research team has spent the last eight months gathering evidence from stakeholders, including BSDHT, plus patient groups, dental professionals, organisations and regulators.  This process also included 3,400 face to face interviews.  The Society was one of the groups that participated in discussions on direct access along with other key groups.
Key recommendations and actions of the report are:
Reform of the NHS dental contract in England to facilitate greater competition.
  1. Improved provision of information to facilitate active, informed patient choices.
  2. Improved patient access to redress and a simpler complaints system.
  3. Direct access to dental care professionals.
Please contact me if you want to know more!

Saturday, 26 May 2012

Hi, this is my first Blogg and I hope it will develop and prove of interest to my followers.  My colleague hygienists tell me I am a pioneer in the profession as I have served and spoken to and for the hygienist association, developed a periodontal brush and opened my own periodontal referral practice.
The reason for this history is to give you an idea that I am devoted to my profession, the job I do and this means to my patients and those to become my patients. You might have noticed a poster about spitting blood when you brush your teeth is a warning, and so it is.  About one in ten people develop serious gum disease in middle or later life if not before. Apart from causing tooth loss there are links to heart disease and bowel cancer as well as to lower birth weight babies. My promise is I will stop your bleeding gums or return your fees. That promise means you don't lose your teeth and your money! See me at

Tuesday, 13 March 2012


Well we are now entering our third year of business at Arundel Street Mossley. CQC compliance has been obtained and what a relief to get registered on the first date possible. We had our new separate room in place and are proud to be be in the first group to register.