News & Articles: Mark Tangri

The truth about sugar and your teeth
Sugar is a staple in many of our favourite foods and drinks. And it’s no secret that it can wreak havoc on our teeth
Tooth Decay is a Leading Cause of Concern for Children in the UK
Tooth decay is a problem particularly acute among children from deprived backgrounds, who are more likely to experience tooth decay due to poor oral
The effects of stress on your oral health and how to manage it
Stress is an inevitable part of life, and we all experience it at some point. However, prolonged or chronic stress can have significant effects
From Dentures to a Perfect Smile: How Our Practice Can Help You Achieve Your Goals
Are you tired of the hassle and discomfort of wearing dentures? Do you long for a permanent, fixed solution for your missing teeth? Look
5 Simple Steps for Optimal Oral Care: A Guide from Our Birmingham Practice
Maintaining good oral care is essential to overall health and well-being. Poor dental care can lead to a variety of issues, including cavities, gum
Invisalign in Birmingham: The Clear Choice for a Straighter Smile
Invisalign is a revolutionary orthodontic treatment that has gained immense popularity in recent years. It is an alternative to traditional metal braces that involves
Being a Dental Student – Kieron Taylor
My name is Kieron Taylor and I am a third year dental student at University of Liverpool. This week I am writing and sharing
Fellowship Award from the Royal College of Surgeons
Congratulations to Mark on receiving a fellowship award from the Royal College of Surgeons in periodontology and implant dentistry! A few weeks ago, our
Dangers of Do-it-Yourself Dentistry
DIY or Do-It-Yourself dentistry is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, but it poses a serious risk to dental health. With our practice just
Christmas & New Year Opening Times
The Christmas period is a time of joy, celebration, and indulgence. While it’s tempting to indulge in festive treats and let oral care routines
What is chronic periodontal disease?
Periodontitis disease, also called gum disease, is a serious gum infection that damages the soft tissue. Without treatment, it can destroy not only the
The association between Periodontitis and Osteoporosis 
It is more than a century that the idea of a possible connection between the mouth and the rest of the body first appeared
Gum disease and arthritis 
Scientists have long been aware of a connection between gum disease and systemic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. A new growing body
The link between gum disease and obesity 
Along with being associated with heart disease, diabetes, and even increased mortality, obesity is also associated with periodontal disease. The link between gum disease
What is oral hygiene?
Maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do for your teeth and gums. Healthy teeth not only enable
Pregnancy and gum disease 
Pregnancy can lead to dental problems in some women, including gum disease and increased risk of tooth decay. During pregnancy, your increased hormones can
Dental Trauma
Dentists treat all kinds of tooth problems, and your dentist will probably be your first point of call after sustaining any sort of trauma.
Managing toothache at home
Toothache can be an incredibly uncomfortable and distressing experience. While it’s essential to consult a dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment, there are steps
Diabetes and Gum Disease
Gum disease: did you know that there is estimated to be over 4 million people living with diabetes in the UK at present. This
Mark Tangri graduates with Merit in Conscious Sedation for Dentistry
A big day yesterday (14th January) at Kings College London where Mark ‘Graduated with Merit in Conscious Sedation for Dentistry‘. Graduating from King’s College
Effective prevention of Periodontal diseases
Bleeding gums are not a natural sign and generally indicate poor gum health. This may manifest as blood in your saliva when brushing teeth
Look after your teeth at Christmas
Now, we’re not one to kill your festive cheer or put a dampener on the incoming Christmas party season, but it would seem putting
Spotting mouth cancer in the early stages
Whilst your dental practitioner will check your mouth thoroughly at each appointment, spotting mouth cancer in the early stages is very important and you
Diagnosis of Mouth Cancer
When either attending your dental check-up or requesting assistance with anomalies that you are unsure about from self-checking, and there is something that causes