Feldspathic vs Emax Veneers

When a tooth that’s visible at the front of the mouth is damaged, it affects the overall appearance of the smile and can have a negative impact on self-confidence. Cosmetic dentistry offers various solutions for restoring teeth that are chipped, gapped, uneven, or severely discoloured – which can be covered by veneers made from materials … Read more

How to improve your smile with Invisalign

Many people feel dissatisfied with their smile, whether their teeth cause problems with the way they eat, speak, and breathe or they simply wish their teeth looked more aesthetically pleasing. It can sometimes be a combination of these issues that puts a dent in people’s self-confidence. Whatever the case may be, lots of people also … Read more

Are dental implants safe?

  Whether it’s from gum disease, tooth decay and cavities, or unexpected impact injuries, many people end up losing a tooth – or even multiple teeth – throughout their lifetime. However, losing teeth can have a strong negative impact on your day-to-day life, denting your confidence and even affecting your ability to bite, chew, or … Read more

How To Stop Grinding Teeth

We often find ourselves grinding our teeth in stressful situations – while preparing for an exam (Particularly students) or worrying about making the best impression during a job interview. While tooth grinding disappears typically as soon as the stressful conditions are over, some people continue to grind their teeth throughout the day – even during … Read more

What Does a Dental Hygienist Do?

Statistics published in December 2020 show that an amazing 49% of adults didn’t see a dentist in the previous 24 months. This increases to 55.7% of adults live in London haven’t seen the dentist in the past 2 years! Is this necessarily a problem? Dentists are able to spot the early warning signs of a … Read more

What Is Teeth Bonding?

What is Teeth Bonding? Did you know that your teeth have one of the toughest substances in your body? This happens to be the outer covering of your teeth called the enamel. Its toughness allows you to tear up and break down food into smaller digestible portions. Despite this toughness, it also has its limits. … Read more

NHS Dentist for Students: Do Students Have to Pay for the Dentist?

We all know that it’s important to look after our teeth. But despite the importance of regular dental visits, many people don’t make time to visit the dentist as often as they should.  When you’ve just started at university and perhaps left your hometown for the first time, finding a dentist is probably the last thing … Read more