Dental implants can behave and look like a natural tooth, which means that they won't limit what you can eat! They may seem costly but the money is well spent as other types of tooth restoration may need to be replaced regularly. Leading cosmetic dentist Dr Shirin Parsno explains why she recommends dental implants...
No one likes going to the dentist but for some people, it can be truly terrifying and what's known as dental phobia. Expert psychologist Dr Sue Peacock offers coping mechanisms for those with a fear of a trip to the dentist.
Some of us are prone to having a sweet tooth but just how much damage can those biscuits and desserts do to our gums and teeth? Leading endodontist and restorative dentist Dr Stefan Ciapryna explains the most common causes of toothache and how dental pain is diagnosed.
Do you have discoloured or stained teeth? Teeth whitening can actually be one of the most effective and easy ways to completely transform your smile. Discover from a professional cosmetic dentist, Dr Mark Hughes, how teeth whitening can help to restore your beaming smile and what his whitening treatment of choice is.
If you suffer from recurring problems with your teeth and gums prosthodontics can help, especially where previous extensive dentistry has failed. Leading implant and restorative dental surgeon Dr Koray Feran explains both the pros and cons of using advanced prosthodontic techniques.
Most people have prosthodontics because they need it! The specialty covers everything from fillings to full dental reconstruction using veneers, crowns, bridges on natural teeth or on dental implants. Clinical Director of The London Centre for Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry, Dr Koray Feran explains more...
Have you ever wondered why celebrities all seem to have perfect, dazzling smiles? If you are looking to achieve a bright, uniform smile, then you should consider porcelain veneers. Dr Mark Hughes, an award-winning cosmetic dentist, explains how porcelain veneers work, how they can be used, and the pros and cons of this dental treatment.
The tongue is an amazing organ. It is essential in providing the sense of taste, allowing us to eat, drink, and swallow, and enabling us to speak. Highly flexible, sensitive, and adaptable, the tongue performs the most complex and specialised motor activity that the human body can do. Because lingual braces take up space on the back of the teeth, there is potential for them to have an impact on the normal movement of the tongue. Leading orthodontist Dr Asif Chatoo explains:
Ever wondered how celebrities get those dazzling, bright smiles? Many of them have dental veneers to improve the appearance of their own teeth. Veneers are manufactured caps placed over the front of your own teeth. Dr David Bloom, a leading restorative and cosmetic dentist, explains the different types of veneers available, and other measures used in restorative dentistry.