Oral Health

Endodontist checking the teeth result

Almost no one wants to have their teeth worked on, with some even postponing the necessary regular visits to their dentist. However, once extreme, even debilitating pain in the tooth or the gums starts, you should no longer delay seeking treatment. Not only will do this put a stop to…

Illustration of a dental implant

As people age, they tend to lose their teeth. In the 21st century, tooth loss is less about decay and more about gum disease and erosion caused by decades of brushing. After tooth loss, gaps are left behind, sometimes just one gap, sometimes several, or sometime a completely empty jaw….

Child smiling with braces

There are many reasons why children might benefit from braces. Parents are advised to bring their children to the dentist within six months of the first tooth erupting or shortly before their first birthday. Though each child has different requirements and there’s not really a set time to get started…

Girl with dental anxiety

Periodontal disease, according to the Gum Disease Information Bureau, affects three out of four adults (over 35) in the UK. This condition is not something that occurs later in life, as many teenagers suffer from some form of gum disease. Common symptoms include bleeding gums (especially when brushing and flossing),…

Child undergoing dental care

It is easy to take teeth for granted but everyone would miss good oral health if it was gone. To keep mouths problem free, it pays to look after them so that there are no issues with teeth that function incorrectly, are painful or do not look as good as…

Dentist smiling and ready to work

When people talk about tooth re-alignment in Essex, braces are often the first word that springs to mind. Along with the word comes a memory from school: the image of the unfortunate boy or girl who had to wear what looked like a miniature train track on their teeth for…

Woman with gum disease

If your gums are red or swollen, or if you notice blood after brushing or flossing, you may have gingivitis (the first stage of gum disease). According to Gum Disease Information Bureau, the said condition is extremely common in the UK, affecting three of four adults over 35. Note that…

The misconception that people in the United Kingdom have bad teeth has been around for many years. However, this is an inaccurate generalisation, especially nowadays when more and more of the nation’s residents continue to strive towards better oral health. And many thanks to the innovations the cosmetic dentistry field…