Hardly visible to the naked eye can lie interdental decay (in between the teeth). Decay in the interdental space is the most common type of decay in adult dentition and usually goes unnoticed for a long time. As a result, quite a bit of tooth substance can already be damaged when it is finally detected. In this article, expert dental surgeon Dr Behnoosh Bidar describes all we need to know about tooth decay.
After undergoing teeth whitening or bleaching, you'll want your whiter smile to last as long as possible. Here are 5 tips from dental expert Dr Behnoosh Bidar.
Diabetes is linked to a higher risk of periodontal disease and inflammation, resulting in extra considerations for treatments like dental implants. Dr Garcia explains the added steps for oral health in diabetic patients.
With the help of the all-on-4™ method, you can smile worry-free again. Professor Christian Mehl gives you 10 facts about this inexpensive and effective dental implant treatment to replace teeth in only one session.
Over the years, our teeth are exposed to wear and tear and discolouration, and while there are many treatments around that can help you improve your smile, Bioclear is one of the few that will give you long-lasting results without damaging or removing your natural teeth. Dr Olurotimi Adesanya, a leading dentist based in Kent, explains all the advantages and disadvantages of Bioclear and whether this treatment is a good fit for you.
Did you know that approximately 18 million brits have some form of periodontitis? Roughly 12% of them have a case where it is severe. It can cause swollen gums but not only this, it can also damage tissue and lead to a loss of teeth. A leading dentist based in London, Dr Ruben Garcia, spoke with us about periodontal treatment and what it entails, in this article he also covers guided tissue regeneration.
As the name suggests, Fastbraces® are known to straighten your teeth pretty fast when compared to traditional braces. But how fast are we talking here? Dr Olurotimi Adesanya, a top dentist based in Kent, explains.
Fissure sealants are protective coverings, which are applied to the biting surfaces of the back teeth (molars) to stop tooth decay forming as a result of trapped food debris. We spoke to one of London's leading orthodontist's Dr Moira Wong about teeth fissure sealants and when they are needed.
Around 8,722 people in the UK were diagnosed with mouth cancer over the past year, making it the fifteenth most common cancer. Professor Andrew Eder, a top specialist in restorative dentistry and prosthodontics, highlights why it is important to continue your regular dental check-ups during the coronavirus pandemic.