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What Causes a Toothache?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 22/10/2020

A toothache is a sign of an underlying problem and should not be ignored. Whether the pain is fairly mild or quite severe, you should have the tooth assessed by a dentist. Even if the pain comes and goes, you should still have it checked out to find the cause. Gum disease is a common…

How a Dental Hygienist/therapist Can Benefit Your Smile

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 15/10/2020

Visiting our dually qualified dental hygienist/therapist is an integral part of looking after your oral health. A professional teeth cleaning twice a year can help prevent oral problems from developing while ensuring we maintain a brighter smile. Dental visits should not just be for those times when you are experiencing problems or pain with your…

Protect Your Heart Health By Looking After Your Teeth And Gums

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 08/10/2020

Good oral hygiene does more than just give you a radiant smile: it can also help keep your heart protected against potentially serious diseases. Key takeaways: Tartar build-up caused by gum disease has been linked to inflammation in the arteries. The early symptoms of gum disease can cause bacteria to spread to the arteries and…

Possible Complications Of Extracting Baby Teeth

Posted by: Dr Panayiotis Karavellas Posted 02/10/2020

Baby teeth normally fall out of their own accord as the adult teeth come through, but occasionally a baby tooth may need extracting. Complications arising from an extraction are rare but would need to be treated by a dentist. Key takeaways: If the blood clot covering the extraction area is dislodged, it can lead to…

Need to Know: Dental Health Affects Your Heart Health

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 25/09/2020

Dental health is connected to general health. Poor dental health and gum disease can increase the risk of heart disease due to bacteria that circulates in the bloodstream, causing inflammation. Key takeaways: – Gum disease can be prevented or reversed by good oral hygiene and regular examination by your dentist. – Smoking encourages bad bacteria…

The Magic of Digital Dentistry

Posted by: Dr Panayiotis Karavellas Posted 17/09/2020

-Dr Panayiotis Karavellas New technologies have developed quickly over the past few decades and have transformed many aspects of our lives. These advances have also had an important effect in the healthcare sector, and dentistry is no exception. Thanks to the latest technological developments, diagnosing and treating many dental conditions is now easier and faster,…

Why Children Are at High Risk of Tooth Decay

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 11/09/2020

Children are susceptible to tooth decay, and the risk increases as children become older and more independent. Between ages 6 to 11 it is estimated 1 in 4 children experience tooth decay. From age 12 to 19 this increases to 3 in 5 children. One of the main reasons for tooth decay is diet. Children…

Getting Cosmetic Dentistry Before Your Wedding Day

Posted by: Dr Panayiotis Karavellas Posted 27/08/2020

Are you thinking about getting cosmetic dentistry before your wedding? What are some of the cosmetic dentistry options available? Well, here are some of the dental treatments you can get before walking down the aisle. Key takeaway: Teeth whitening is one of the most efficient ways of brightening your smile before the big day. Dental…

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