Dental emergency?

Is toothache considered a dental emergency?

Some people might not consider toothache to be a dental emergency but it’s really an individual condition that has to be taken on a case-by-case basis; you can’t possibly say that all types of toothache do not represent a serious problem with dental health. Basically, if you are suffering with pain and you do not want to leave it untreated for a long period of time you should mention it to your dentist or make an appointment with an emergency clinic; even if your discomfort is only mild, it could be an early sign of decay that needs to be treated. It could transpire that there is nothing seriously wrong with your teeth but you are better safe than sorry when it comes to your dental health, so it’s best to get the problem assessed before long. Click here for general dentistry services.

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Tooth whitening

Tooth whitening

One question we often get asked in the practice surrounds tooth whitening. With the procedure seemingly available from an abundance of sources including dentists, beauticians and DIY kits from the internet I understand how confusing it can be.

Tooth whitening in itself can achieve fantastic results fairly easily and can really transform your smile. Teeth tend to discolour and go darker with age, and in addition can pick up stains from tea, coffee, red wine and smoking among others. It doesn’t require loads of time in the dental chair and the results can really change patients’ confidence and self-esteem. Read More