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.
As a private practice we work with a broad range of clientele and we focus very much on individual care. So no matter what dental treatments you need and how they are managed, we have your interests at heart at.
Bleeding gums are often mistakenly considered to be a minor problem caused by over-brushing. However, this can often be the start of something more serious; the onset of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a common.
When it comes to the question of cosmetic dentistry many people get confused. They perhaps see this as the only name for what is a highly skilled service to improve your teeth. Be it the way that you smile or.
If at any point in your life you have had to have bridgework undertaken you may well already be aware that it can need repair or might even need to be replaced. This is particularly true if you have had.
Have you ever looked into the mirror while brushing your teeth and notice that they are worn? Or indeed, perhaps you’ve looked at a picture of yourself, smiling with your pearly whites, only to discover that your front teeth look.
While there are many ailments and issues surround teeth that can impact on confidence and even the ability to smile, perhaps one of the biggest is for those who suffer from partial or even complete edentulism. This is where you.
If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts at Advanced Dentistry, you’ll probably have noticed how much of an emphasis we place on the importance of a good smile. Not only can it be aesthetically pleasing and helpful in.
A very common misconception about decayed teeth is that your dentist won’t have seen anything as bad in his or her life! In fact, people seem to feel so bad about the state of their teeth this can actually prevent.
If you have broken down teeth it can be an extremely distressing experience. Whether your teeth are decayed, you have weakening caused by cavities, or even failed dental treatments have resulted in broken down teeth that make it difficult to.
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