Teeth Whitening, Before and After

Teeth whitening – Why you should always use a dentist

Tooth whitening is one of the most popular ways of improving the appearance of your teeth and is a highly effective way of transforming your smile. But with so many whitening kits available online why should you visit your dentist instead of doing it yourself? In this blog, we’ll take a look at the reasons why tooth whitening from your dentist is always the right option to choose.

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How to get straighter teeth without braces

Many people dream of having straight teeth and think that the only way to do this is with ugly metal braces that remind them of being in school. Luckily, dentistry has moved on and it is now possible to get a Hollywood smile without the need for traditional metal braces. In this article, we’ll look at some of the modern alternatives to braces and how they can help you create a smile to be proud of.

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Preventative dentistry starts with regular check-ups

Healthy mouths chew more easily, are less prone to sensitivity and are less likely to need fillings in the future. Good oral hygiene always starts at home, but preventative dentistry at the clinic is just as important.

Regular check-ups with your dentist are necessary for good oral health. We recommend you visit your dentist every 6 to 12 months.

Regular check-ups help spot the earliest signs of tooth decay and gum disease, allowing these problems to be sorted before they escalate into anything serious. Your dentist can also help you understand how to take care of your teeth. This can differ between patients, making personalised advice invaluable.

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What are teeth veneers?

Veneers ‘cover up’ the tooth’s surface to hide damage, defects, wear and stains. Unlike implants which replace teeth permanently and dentures temporarily, veneers work with the teeth you have to improve their appearance.

Many people don’t like their teeth for a variety of reasons. Birth defects like crooked teeth and sustained damage like chips are common reasons. Most of the time, people don’t like one or two of their teeth because they are nonsymmetric.

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Find your smile again with Smile Pad

When was the last time you smiled with confidence?

If you have missing or damaged teeth, we can help you find your smile again with new dentures. Getting dentures will help you look and feel at your best again by replacing your missing teeth with perfect, natural-looking replicas.

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Partial Vs Full Dentures: What Should I Choose?

Undoubtedly, we’d all like to hold onto our natural teeth for as long as possible. If you practice good oral hygiene, avoid food and drinks that cause tooth decay and visit your dentist for regular check-ups, you might just be able to. There are, however, many reasons why some patients will eventually require dentures. Luckily dentistry has evolved significantly, meaning that there is a variety of comfortable and discreet prosthetic options available should it become necessary to remove painful or damaged teeth.

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Why choose Invisalign

Innovative and clinically proven to be effective, Invisalign is a tried and tested way to transform a smile. These near-invisible aligners are designed to make it simple to correct issues, such as an open bite, gapped teeth or a cross bite, with minimum disruption. They are not only effective but have a number of lifestyle benefits too, for example, they are easily removable. If you’re considering choosing Invisalign then there are some very good reasons to go for it.

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When Should Orthodontic Treatment Start

Orthodontics is a versatile and effective way to help correct dental issues. From something as simple as a mild overbite to overcrowding or gapping, orthodontics work can help to minimise dental problems. It’s an important option to consider, whether for you or for your child because untreated orthodontic issues can lead to a wide range of uncomfortable problems, from difficulty speaking and chewing to bone loss and pain. If you’re considering orthodontic treatment, when is the best time to start?

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