New statistics for 2018/19 have revealed 30,202 patients signed up with health service specialists and that includes 8,534 children.
Conventional fillings may not be the best way of tackling decay in children’s teeth, new research suggests.
A north-east dentist practice has been awarded a top accolade at a prestigious ceremony.
Ever since Andrew Scott Dental Care introduced fillers and muscle relaxing injections, clients have been enhancing their new smiles.
A modern new dental practice launched in Aberdeen’s west end by one of the city’s best-regarded dentists, Andrew Scott, is guaranteed to have patients smiling.
A study says NHS England could save millions of pounds if children with oral pain saw their dentist before going to another health worker, as figures showed only 30% of parents took their child to a dentist.
Chemicals in red wine could provide an unexpected route to healthier teeth and gums, research suggests.
New figures have revealed the number of people that have registered at NHS dental practices across the North-east has increased by almost 20,000 in the past year.
Youngsters in the North-east have been praised for having some of the brightest smiles in Scotland.
For many, a dentist's waiting room is a place of nerves and anxiety. But a group of Aberdeen pupils have created artwork to transform one such space into a place of culture and tranquillity.
Fiona, a baby hippo from Cincinnati Zoo, has had a trip to the dentist.
In an effort to reduce pressure on North-east health services, NHS Grampian is reminding patients where to go for treatment.
Ouch! Looks like it’s been a painful Thursday for Jeremy Clarkson.
More than a quarter of primary one children in the North-east suffer from tooth decay, despite a national oral health programme.
Nearly one-in-three North-east schoolchildren in P1 already show signs of tooth decay, according to the latest health figures.