Smilelign® technology uses a series of tailor-made transparent removable aligners to straighten teeth. We sat and talked to one of our leading dentists Dr Olurotimi Adesanya who carries out this revolutionary dental procedure at his clinic in Kent. He explains to us how Smilelign is used to realign teeth, what the treatment involves and how the results are maintained.
Tooth decay and dental trauma can cause infections in children’s teeth and when this occurs, their dentist may suggest a pulpectomy. Dr Carmen Colomar, a paediatric dentist and member of Dr Moira Wong’s highly experienced team, regularly performs pulpectomies in Dr Wong’s clinic. Here, she answers the most common questions parents have about this procedure.
Dental monitoring is a revolutionary new technology allowing patients to use their smartphone from home to manage their orthodontic treatment progress with their orthodontists. Dr Usman Qureshi, an orthodontist from Origin Orthodontics in London, explains how this has improved the accuracy and efficiency of orthodontic care.
Dental implant surgery can be performed freehand or it can be guided with technology. With the aid of technology, a dentist can place the implant in a more precise and efficient manner, which ultimately provides benefits for the patient. Dr Olurotimi Adesanya, a highly experienced dentist, answers common questions about this procedure, including how guided surgery differs from traditional free-hand surgery and its success rate.
Keeping your teeth in tip top condition can be key to a great smile. But sometimes, this involves a wide range of comprehensive treatments known as complex restorative dentistry. In this article, Dr David Bloom, talks us through what exactly complex restorative dentistry is and the type of treatments it might involve.
Dr Peter Sanders, one of the UK’s leading implantologists, is collaborating with the University of Portsmouth Dental Academy to launch dental implant courses specifically designed for dentists and dental care professionals. Read on to find out what this will mean for the quality of professional implant dentistry available to patients around the country.
Halitosis is the type of bad breath that mints or chewing gum can't get rid of! Mr Ali Abdelladif, a dentist based in St. Albans and London, explains what the main causes of this embarrassing condition are and what you and a dentist can do about it.
If your jaw is misaligned and you have an underbite, you may want to consider orthnogathic surgery to correct your facial asymmetry. Here, top orthodontist Dr Moira Wong explains everything you need to know about surgery to correct the jaw to restore your confidence.