Like any area of life, the dental industry is full of fact aswell as fiction and as patients it can be hard to sometimes distinguish which is true and which is not. In our latest article, we’ll take a look at some of the most common dental statements which are believed to be true and assess whether this is actually the case.
As dentists we are all too aware that we are not everyones best fan and we can go even further than that and realise that some people are actually scared of us. The trouble is that the dental profession and the dentists who work in it are often not fully understood by people or even their patients, which leads people to become apprehensive because they don’t know what to expect.
Like every profession there is good and bad and some work with people better than others. In this article we’ll take a look at what makes a good dentist. Perhaps then you will feel more comfortable in seeking out some of these qualities in your own search.
As dentists this is one of the top questions we get asked on a regular basis, so we thought it might be useful to dedicate a post to our readers so you can make a better decision yourself.
We have all heard the phrase ‘you are what you eat.’ Lets face it, when we eat, one of the first things our food comes into contact with is our teeth. When eating have you ever stopped to wonder how what you are consuming affects your teeth? Perhaps there are certain foods which are better or worse for your teeth? In our latest posting we’ll take a closer look at this relationship.
Bleeding gums are not pleasant. To be cleaning your teeth one day to find you are spitting blood can look quite distressing and be very alarming. The good news is that bleeding gums are an early warning sign and if swift action is taken, negative effects can be reversed. Read on to find out what you should do.
You may have heard the term ‘cosmetic dentistry’ before and be wondering what it is? Perhaps you have had a more detailed looked and found the different varieties on offer as showcased on our website? In our latest blog post, we will provide a general guide to cosmetic dentistry before looking at specific types more closely in later postings.