High quality teeth whitening clinic Edinburgh, UK
High quality facial aesthetics clinic in Edinburgh? If you need affordable, long lasting and top quality dental crowns or bridges from an expert Edinburgh dentist, then our state-of-the-art clinic can help. Our crown and bridges team is led by our principal and cosmetic dentist John Davidson (GDC No: 57805) who has over 36 years of dentistry experience. He is well respected within the industry, with many senior roles including a part-time Dental Practice Inspector for Lothian NHS trust and sitting on the Scottish Dental Practice Committee. All our dentists, hygienists and nurses are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) so you can rest assured you’re in safe hands here at Marchmont. See more info at porcelain veneers Edinburgh. How long can I expect my dental crown or bridge last? The answer depends on how well you look after your teeth once the procedure is complete. You may have a gap in your teeth for a number of reasons, but if it were due to poor oral hygiene, we would recommend regular visits to the hygienist. Well look after crowns and bridges can last for a number of years. How much do dental crowns cost? To make this treatment as affordable as possible, we have ensured our prices are extremely competitive compared to other expert dental crown treatments in Edinburgh.
Do you want to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are a few advices: Chew Gum That Contains Xylitol: Multiple studies have shown that chewing gum that contains xylitol twice daily helps fight tooth decay by lowering plaque buildup. Brands like Trident make gums with this ingredient, so pick up a pack and get chewing if you’re looking to whiten your teeth. Not only is it bad for your health, smoking is one of the worst offenders when it comes to staining teeth. Tobacco causes brown stains that penetrate the grooves and pits of tooth enamel. Tobacco stains can be hard to remove by brushing alone. The longer you smoke, the more entrenched the stains become. Smoking also causes bad breath and gingivitis (gum disease), and increases the risk of most types of cancer.
There are many different dentists that you can use. But, the key to getting that bright smile is to find the best dentist. You’ll want to check the reputation of each dentist in your area, until you find one that excels in its field, such as this dentist in Manchester. The right dentist is the one that spends time talking to you about the best solutions for your individual situation. They will also make you feel relaxed and comfortable. This is essential if you want their help to get a naturally shiny smile and maintain strong teeth. If they’re helping to look after your oral health you can focus on bringing out the shine in your teeth.
Our team of five dentists in Edinburgh include our highly experienced principal dentist and cosmetic dentist, John Davidson (GDC No. 57805) who has over 36 years of experience and our highly skilled facial aesthetics expert Dr Katerina Susicki (GDC No: 103853), with over 13 years of experience. They are ably assisted by friendly and efficient support staff, all working together in a modern and well-equipped dental surgery. Find more info on https://www.marchmontdentalcare.co.uk/.
Ditch the Pacifier by Age 2 or 3: There are lots of good reasons to let your child use a pacifier, but in the long term it can affect how his teeth line up. It can also change the shape of the mouth. Talk to your doctor if he’s still using a pacifier past age 3. Remind your child to brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste for a full two minutes which not only fights cavities and strengthens teeth, but also gives older kids the confidence of having fresh breath. A power toothbrush might make brushing more fun for preteens. Flossing is extremely important at this point as most permanent teeth have erupted and cleaning between them will help prevent cavities and keep their mouth fresh. Encourage children who play sports to wear a mouth guard to protect their teeth from injuries. Make sure kids who wear braces use a power brush and floss very thoroughly to avoid white spots on teeth when braces come off.