Gum disease affects 50-90% of the adult population in the UK in some form or another. Most people will experience at least one mild case of gum disease in their life. Mild cases of gum disease can be treated through.
Well we can't believe that it's already the 10th of January and that the New Year has well and truly started! In today's blog, we thought it would be a good idea to have a think about resolutions and all.
Well it’s that time of year and the big Christmas Day approaches! We all know what to expect. You visit family, you end up getting visits from your family and you eat copious amounts of food, generally letting a bit.
Well who would have thought it but we’re in the final month of 2013 and as usual people’s minds start to focus on Christmas Day and beyond. In today’s blog, Windsor Advanced Dentistry looks at what is a very, very.
Taking care of your teeth is so important and at Windsor Advanced Dentistry we are recognised for our reputation in helping you do that. Sadly your teeth, gums and general oral hygiene can often be neglected when it comes to.
Whether it’s time or circumstance that has taken its toll on your oral health and your teeth, it can mean a precision plan is required to bring your smile back to beautiful and restorative dentistry is the pathway that can.
As we get older, even if we’ve done our very best to care for our teeth, some things are inevitable. As we get older our mouth goes through changes, just like our bodies, which can result in things like yellowing.
If you have missing teeth, have lost most of your teeth or even have no teeth at all it can be a very embarrassing and upsetting issue. This kind of problem is known as edentulism and many people suffer with.
In the Advanced Dentistry series of blogs, we take a look at some of the treatments involved with aesthetic dentistry and the reasons these treatments might be used to restore your smile and oral health. In today’s article, we take.
In our last blog, Advanced Dentistry spoke about some of the basic information surrounding dental crowns. To follow-up on that in our series of treatment blogs, today we take a closer look at composite bonding. We will take you through.
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