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    • 08 JUN 20
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    St. Stephens Dental Practice Update 10th July

    St. Stephens Dental Practice Update 10th July

    All of us at St Stephens Dental Practice take the safety of our patients and our staff very seriously. There are a number of changes we have made to ensure the practice can still run but keep everyone safe. Unless you already have an appointment please phone us to make appointments. Do not try to

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    • 23 OCT 17
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    Do frogs have teeth?!

    Do frogs have teeth?!

    If you come to St Stephens Dental Practice you will find it is very personal to the owner, Martin Southon. He has quite eclectic interests including sculpture and paintings, cars and car models and most eclectic, frogs. In the practice you will find several brass frog sculptures hanging off the walls and in Martins surgery

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    • 06 OCT 17
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    A little bit of what you fancy…

    A little bit of what you fancy…

    We are all familiar with the old adage “A little bit of what you fancy does you good!” Children are well known for picking their noses and then disgustingly often eating the results. Well it turns out that they are right! Mucus from the nose and other body linings contains proteins which have a protective

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    • 05 SEP 17
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    Auntie Toothache

    Auntie Toothache

    Another scary dental related picture from the cover of the British Dental Journal. This picture by Matthew Laznicka illustrates another dental related story in literature. It shows the visit of Auntie Toothache! This was the last story by Hans Christian Anderson written in 1872.  Anderson himself apparently suffered greatly with toothache and became obsessed with

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    • 11 AUG 17
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    A brief history into dentistry…

    A brief history into dentistry…

    This rather scary picture by artist Matthew Laznicka is taken from the cover of the most recent British Dental Journal. This dental magazine is running a series of covers depicting various instances where dentistry or teeth feature in literature. This picture depicts Shakespeares historical play Richard the Third. This play refers to the appearance of

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    • 03 AUG 17
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    Praise Indeed!

    Praise Indeed!

    At St Stephens Dental Practice we collect feedback from our patients after treatment. This takes the form of an online questionnaire which can be answered anonymously if required. Feedback is usually very positive but we were especially pleased to get the following from one of our recent patients. ” I feel at ease when entering

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