Easter is a great time of year to visit Marbella. This is the time when the high season officially begins, everything reopens, the beaches are ready for the summer and the atmosphere is excellent as tourism returns again in earnest. This is also an important religious holiday, and is marked by a whole week of daily processions through Marbella. You don’t have to be catholic to go along and take a look, it’s a fascinating insight into the Spanish culture
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We believe that knowledge is power when it comes to keeping your mouth healthy, so we wanted to give you an overview of the most common dental problems, so you can know the signs of something developing and visit your dentist, before the issue progresses and causes significant damage and pain. Below are the most common dental problems, with short explanations of what they are and the tell-tale symptoms, so you can catch them before they get too bad. Click
Tooth decay is the most common dental problem we all face and it’s a term you will hear your dentist use regularly, but do you know what it is and how to stop it? In this blog post, we will give you an overview of the problem and some tips for stopping tooth decay in its tracks. If you think that you’re suffering from tooth decay already, please come and visit our dentist in Marbella and get it checked out.
Marbella is a lovely place for a holiday at any time of the year and what many people don’t realise is that as well as a holiday destination, it is also a great place to save money on dental treatments, with prices up to 50% less than in the UK. We hope you’ll come and see us this year, enjoy a holiday and get some quality dental care for less, here are three reasons why we think you should.
Wisdom teeth are a strange thing, being the last teeth to come through, normally in your late teens or early twenties, and serving very little purpose. They are the third and last molars on the upper and lower jaws. We developed them to deal with tough food like leaves, roots, nuts and meats, but with our modern diet, we no longer need them. Nature is phasing them out, so some people don’t have any and others have just one, two,
The vast majority of the work that we do is treating people who have come in with toothache or a serious problem which they can’t tolerate any more. These people are often wary of going to the dentist, scared or reluctant to spend money on dental check-ups unless they feel something is really wrong. By the time they come to the dentist, the problem is serious, they are usually in pain and the treatment involved is extensive. But there is