The television is always full of chirpy characters displaying rows of bright, white, shiny teeth, that make people look more youthful than their years, full of health, and more than a little attractive. How are they are doing it? Surely they’re all drinking the same amount of teeth-staining coffee and tea as us? Surely they’ve all got at least one piece of discoloured enamel in their mouths? The answer is they will undoubtedly be using teeth whitening kits. Read More…
What constitutes an emergency dentist appointment? Do you have to be literally a missing a tooth, or can you receive care for something less drastic? The team at Crescent Lodge Dental Practice are going to give you a quick and simple breakdown of when to visit your emergency dentist in London.
A busy lifestyle might mean that you sometimes neglect brushing your teeth at night, but we’re here to assure you it’s absolutely necessary! To help you maintain the best dental health, your London dentist (that’s us) has put together some dental hygiene top tips to make sure you’re maximising your teeth cleaning and at-home habits. Are you following these vital bits of advice?
Life can be unpredictable, resulting in the need for an emergency dentist appointment. Maybe it was a stumble on a night out, a sports injury, or just an unfortunate slip-up during your day to day life, but accident and injury can come for us all. Here’s how to get an emergency dentist appointment in London.
Dental implants are made of ceramic or porcelain because the materials look and feel just like real teeth. Unfortunately, this may mean they break or chip occasionally. Just like real teeth, they are not invincible and are subject to damage and wear and tear. Dental implants can break under traumatic circumstances just like your natural teeth but taking care of them will greatly lessen the chances of them coming to any harm. We’re doing to tell you exactly what to do if your dental implants break.
Short answer: yes, there are so many dental health benefits to straightening your teeth with Invisalign braces. They’re the removable, discreet, and relatively comfortable orthodontic system that help to improve the health of your gums, teeth, and bite! Without further ado, let’s explore how Invisalign braces improve your dental health…
Accidents and traumas happen to us all. Whether it was a fall or a trip after one too many, a sports injury, or just an honest and unforeseen accident, a chipped tooth is a nightmare. Why does it sting, isn’t it just a tooth? And how on earth do you fix it? Don’t worry, we’re here to tell you that a chipped tooth can be rectified.
Cleaning your Invisalign aligners is just as important as cleaning your teeth. Not only do you lessen the chances of your Invisalign trays breaking, cracking, and discolouring, you’re also limiting the damage your teeth could experience Read More…
Your dental health directly correlates to what comes into contact with your teeth and gums and how long its left to linger there. For example, when your teeth are coated in sugar and this is left uncleaned it forms plaque, and when tannins in coffee come into contact with your teeth they can stain. It’s not often that the harmfulness of smoking is viewed in relation to your dental health, but your dentist wants you to know that it is doing you a lot of harm.
Dental implants have been known to last for 30 to 40 years. With some people, they could be expected to be a life-long proposition. If you can replace a missing tooth with a prosthesis that is fixed securely into the mouth and fits alongside your existing teeth, without anybody knowing it’s false, do you think it’s worth the trouble of having them fitted? Our dental implant patients have nothing but praise for them!