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Mouth Cancer

What is mouth cancer? Mouth cancer is the general term used to describe malignant tumours that develop in the mouth, most often the tongue, tonsils, lips, cheeks and throat. Although there are risk factors, anyone can develop mouth cancer, whether we have our own teeth or not. Oral cancer screening should be done as [...]

Mouth Cancer2021-10-22T16:23:53+01:00

What is caries?

What is caries? Caries is the clinical term used to describe dentinal tissue infected by microorganisms, and is the cause of the majority of work carried out within a dental practice. It is sometimes referred to as tooth decay or a “cavity”. Teeth are made up of various parts, but the part we see [...]

What is caries?2021-09-10T12:07:04+01:00

COVID-19 Practice Reopening Policy

COVID-19 Practice Reopening Policy >>>You can download this document as a PDF file by clicking here<<< Patient Information This policy outlines the adjustments to our normal procedures that we intend to employ once the practice can be reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic peak has subsided. It is not known at this time whether these procedures [...]

COVID-19 Practice Reopening Policy2021-09-10T12:11:43+01:00

Covid-19 – Practice Temporarily Closed

*** Practice Temporarily Closed *** Dear Patients, Unfortunately, we have had to make the difficult decision to temporarily close the practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. This helps to protect our patients and ourselves. Guidelines released by the Chief Dental Officer mean we are severely limited in the treatments we can provide and allowing patients to [...]

Covid-19 – Practice Temporarily Closed2021-09-10T12:14:03+01:00


*** URGENT UPDATE COVID-19 *** We have received guidance from the Chief Dental Officer of Scotland advising us that as of 18.03.2020, all dental practices across Scotland will be limited in the treatments they can provide. The Keith Dental Practice will remain OPEN (and have revised our opening hours to accommodate the changes). We are [...]

URGENT UPDATE COVID-192021-09-10T12:15:30+01:00


COVID-19 We would like to take this opportunity to reassure our patients that we are taking all possible measures to ensure we are keeping our staff and patients as safe as possible during this time of uncertainty. We are monitoring the situation regularly and implementing any changes required in line with government guidance. We are [...]


Why we are an amalgam-free practice

Why we are an amalgam-free practice What is amalgam? The amalgam used in dental fillings (often called silver, or black, fillings) is a powdered metal alloy made up of copper, tin and silver which is amalgamated, and held together, by liquid mercury. Amalgam is approximately 50% elemental mercury by weight. It is used in dental [...]

Why we are an amalgam-free practice2021-09-10T16:04:13+01:00

Healthcare Improvement Scotland Inspection

Healthcare Improvement Scotland Report Healthcare Improvement Scotland recently carried out an inspection of our practice and we are delighted with their positive report! We are very proud to have received such high grades in the categories assessed. If you would like to read the full report please click on the link below: http://www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org/our_work/inspecting_and_regulating_care/independent_healthcare/clinics/grampian/the_keith_dental_practice.aspx You may [...]

Healthcare Improvement Scotland Inspection2021-09-10T15:32:59+01:00

Radiographs as a diagnostic tool

What are X-rays? X-rays were discovered by Röntgen in 1895. Their nature was initially unknown and so they were called X-rays. We now know that they are high energy electromagnetic radiation and are part of the electromagnetic spectrum. What are they used for? In dentistry, radiographs are one of our most helpful diagnostic tools. We [...]

Radiographs as a diagnostic tool2021-09-10T15:33:36+01:00
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