Occlusal Appliance Therapy
Thursday, October 1st, 2009
Dr. David Dunlop discusses occlusal appliance therapy in a recent article featured in Dentistry Scotland Magazine.
The way that our teeth meet together plays an important role in maintaining oral health. If the forces of our bite are not balanced a whole host of problems can eventually occur. From periodontal disease and tooth loss, to jaw joint problems, back ache and migraines.
The Berkeley Clinic is the only centre in Scotland to utilize the latest in diagnostics for TMD and offer a real solution to treating these problems. If you suffer from any such symptoms and feel that they may be related to your bite, please email David Devine at [email protected] or alternatively contact reception on 0141 564 1900
To read Dr. Dunlop’s article on splint therapy
Dr Mike Gow Asks Are You Positive?
Wednesday, October 1st, 2008
Glasgow Dentist Dr. Mike Gow’s recent article in Dentistry Scotland magazine explains how positive language works well with patients who suffer from dental anxiety. The team at The Berkeley Clinic under the excellent guidance of Mike are well aware of the stress that some patients feel when visiting the dentist. We are always understanding of this situation and always make our patients’ visits a pleasant experience. If you are an anxious about visiting the dentist and are looking for a Cosmetic Dentist Glasgow please feel free to contact a member of our team on 0141 564 1900
Dentistry Scotland Magazine
Thursday, June 1st, 2006
David Dunlop BDS gave a personal response to a recent John Besford seminar in an article featured in Dentistry Scotland Magazine. Dr Dunlop who works at The Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow has a particular interest in complete dentures and his services are in a high demand.
Most dental schools are currently reducing the amount of teaching hours devoted to complete dentures. However, there is still a desire for excellence in this area, as demonstrated by a recent course entitled ‘Natural Looking Complete Dentures, the why’s and how’s’. This was presented by Dr John Besford and Mrs Ruth Bourke and placed the physical and emotional needs of edentulous patient’s centre-stage. It was sponsored by Schottlander, who with Dr Besford have developed the award winning Enigma teeth and denture system.