It’s your top priority to help your children grow up as happy and healthy as you can. You should also make sure your family’s daily habits are not taking a toll on your kids’ dental health. Children and tooth decay don’t go together, so make sure your kids don’t pick up these poor dental hygiene habits.
Dental cavities (caries) are the most common form of oral disease. The process of getting cavities is known as tooth decay.
A poor oral health routine can cause gum disease. There are two different stages: Gingivitis and periodontitis. If you have any of the symptoms mentioned in this article give the practice a call on 01527 906583 and schedule an appointment as soon as possible.
By understanding the most common causes of bad breath it allows you to focus on both the prevention and treatment and allow you to be confident of having fresh breath all day long.
A good oral health routine is key to ensuring a bright and healthy smile, alongside this it is also vital to watch what you eat and drink. Particular foods and drinks can cause discolouration of your teeth. If you want to keep your teeth then be aware of these five foods.
At New Road Dental Practice it really is all about you.
We provide the dentistry for you that we would choose for our own family. This means we only recommend treatment that we consider clinically necessary or beneficial.
At New Road Dental we offer a range of low cost membership packages for patients who want the best for their teeth and the peace of mind that comes with affordable private dental care.
A loose denture can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, and even painful. Trying to maintain and repair dentures can be expensive and time-consuming.
If you’re fed up with loose dentures, here are some possible solutions that may help you:
If you are missing one or more teeth due to trauma, decay or gum disease, then you may be a good candidate for dental implants. Ravi Solanki, Clinical Director at New Road Dental Practice lists some points below, which may help you decide.
We’re all aware of the effects that smoking can have on our general health, but have you considered the effect it has on your teeth and gums?
Smokers quite often have much less gum bleeding and redness than non-smokers giving the false impression that their gums are healthy which may not be the case. Did you know…