Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygienist! What is a dental hygienist? A dental hygienist is a dental nurse who has undertook extra training to become a hygienist. Our dental hygienist will show you how to look after your teeth and gums properly showing you how to brush and floss correctly. Regular visits to see our dental hygienist will save[…]

Orthodontics

Orthodontics “BRACES” Here at The Dentist we offer a variety of teeth straightening options. Teeth straightening aids start at as little as £1900.00. Fixed braces We offer fixed braces in metal or ceramic. This method of teeth straightening is having small metal or ceramic brackets fitted to your teeth which are then connected by an[…]

Ulcers

Ulcers   What are mouth ulcers? Ulcers are painful sores that occur in the mouth. They are usually harmless and clear up by themselves.   What does a mouth ulcer look like?   Mouth ulcers are mainly round or oval in shape and they can appear on the cheeks, tongue and lips – but not[…]

Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening Do you have stains on your teeth? Stains can be caused through smoking, drinking tea, coffee, red wine and eating curries. Black currents can all cause stains and that’s just to name a few. To get a brighter and whiter smile We offer teeth whitening either in surgery or at home. We offer[…]

What does a Dental hygienist do?

What Does A Hygienist Do? A Hygienist is someone who specialises in the promotion of clean and healthy teeth and gums for the preservation of dental health. Not all dental practices will have a hygienist in their surgery so it’s best to check with your dentist if they have this option available. At The Dentist we[…]

How to brush your teeth

How to brush your teeth Regular teeth brushing and cleaning is essential for keeping healthy teeth and gums. By doing this thoroughly will help to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Good oral hygiene means: The teeth are clean and free of debris Gums are pink and don’t hurt or bleed when brushing or flossing[…]

Denture care tips!

Tips On Good Denture Care: It is important to treat your dentures like you would your natural teeth – clean them thoroughly last thing at night and at least one other time during the day, and after eating if you need to. It is best not to use toothpaste when cleaning your dentures as some[…]

Is your child teething?

Is your child teething?  We understand that it can be quiet difficult for parents to see their children in any sort of pain, especially when they’re so young. Teething is a natural process that starts to happen to children at around 6 months of age. The typical signs of teething are as followed: Drooling Having[…]

Wisdom teeth!

Wisdom Teeth Most people will have issue’s with growing wisdom teeth. However not all – if there’s enough room for the tooth to come through into a comfortable position then no harm will be done apart from some slight discomfort, which is normal. If there isn’t enough room for the tooth to come through it[…]