Empowering Patients to Take Control of Their Oral Health
5 June 2023
A visit to the dentist may sometimes feel like something you want to get over and done with. However, a modern dental practice goes beyond just treating dental issues; it strives to empower patients, encouraging them to take control of their oral health. By adopting a patient-centric approach and providing education, preventive care and personalised treatment plans, dentists play a vital role in empowering individuals to prioritise their oral health. Scroll down to find out more.
3 Reasons to Choose Traditional Dental Implants Over Mini Implants
4 April 2023
Losing one or more of your teeth can be distressing, and it can impact your oral health as well as your mental well-being. However, dental implants are available to effectively restore lost teeth. Unlike traditional dentures, dental implants are fitted into the jawbone to provide a more durable and dependable solution.
If you're thinking about having dental implants fitted, you may have noticed that mini implants are now available. These work much like regular implants, but they are much smaller.
What Are Denture Relines?
3 February 2023
If you have been wearing false teeth for some time, then it may well be the case that your dentist suggests relining your dentures at some point. Typically, this will be something they will bring up following a dental check-up. Denture relines can be carried out on full and partial dentures. What are they and what can you expect at an appointment with your dentist where denture relining will be carried out?
4 Reasons Why Seniors Should Consider Using a Water Flosser
12 December 2022
It can become harder to maintain good oral health as you get older, and yet it's vital to do so. The body becomes less resilient as you age, which means issues such as infections can become more serious. Additionally, older teeth are likely to be weaker than younger teeth.
As such, it makes sense for seniors to take advantage of water flossers. Like traditional string floss, water flossers are used to keep the areas between teeth healthy, but they use a jet of water to do that instead of string or tape.