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Hello and welcome, dear readers! If you haven't been to the dentist for quite some time, you may be feeling pretty nervous about your next appointment. Do not panic! This blog has been created in the hope that it will provide you with everything you need to know about making a visit to the dentist clinic. We will explore the different treatments available to you, the steps you can take to protect your teeth and gums, and some top tips which will make your appointment straight forward and hassle-free. Make sure that you check back soon for more updates. Thanks!


Why You Might Need Invisalign to Prepare for Your Dental Implant

10 May 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There aren't any major time constraints for having a dental implant installed. The loss of a tooth doesn't trigger a countdown, ticking away until it reaches zero, after which you're no longer eligible for an implant. However, dental implants are generally more straightforward and predictable if you have the work performed as promptly as possible after the tooth has been lost. If your tooth has been missing for some years (or decades), you might be surprised if your dentist recommends you see an orthodontist as part of your preparation to receive your implant. Read More …

Why Your New Dentures Might Be Cutting Your Mouth

18 March 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Small wounds in the mouth, such as lacerations and ulcerations, can be extremely annoying. You may have accidentally bitten your tongue or the lining of your cheek, brushed a little too vigorously or even had an unfortunate encounter with a sharp-edged piece of food. Whatever the reason, small breaches in your gingival tissues shouldn't be a regular problem, and they should generally be able to heal themselves. However, someone who has just received a new set of complete dentures may experience regular ulcerations in the soft tissues of their mouth. Read More …

How Do You Fix Green Stains on Your Teeth?

26 January 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Most people with discoloured teeth will know that while the effect can be noticeable, it doesn't exactly boldly stand out. Teeth may have a yellow hue, or may even appear brown in extreme cases—but this is hardly going to surprise you. What may be an (unpleasant) surprise is when your own dental discolouration seems to be green. What on earth could be making your teeth turn green? And is it just a simple case of whitening that green away? Read More …