Dental health recommendations from mintdentalhygiene.co.uk? There is no doubt the Hollywood smile is appealing. But, it is more than just a way to make it in the movies. Having a good smile has been linked with improved confidence, which leads to more success in life. Despite what you may think, you can get a natural smile to rival Hollywoods, without the expense of porcelain veneers. Here’s how you can make your teeth naturally shiny and strong.
Fortunately, there are simple ways to keep teeth strong and healthy from childhood to old age. Here’s how: Start children early. Once that first tooth appears usually around six months you should begin a child’s dental care. Teeth can be wiped with a clean, damp cloth or a very soft brush. At about age 2, you can let kids try brushing for themselves — although it’s important to supervise. Start early and avoid your child being part of the 50% of children between the ages of 12 and 15 who have cavities.
Our registered dental hygienist Diane Washington has over 25yrs experience and has been practicing locally for many years. She comes highly recommended by many and has a kind, caring and gentle approach while treating patients. Over half of all adults in the UK have some form of gum disease. Even if you brush your teeth twice a day, you could be at risk of periodontitis or ‘gum disease’. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to tooth loss, as well as contributing to other underlying health problems. See more info on Teeth Whitening.
White teeths tips. Do you want to maintain healthy teeth and gums? Here are several advices: Banana Peel: After you eat the banana, take the inside of the peel and rub it on your teeth and then rinse. Although there have been counter arguments whether it works or not, the best way is to find out yourself. It will not cost you a dime anyway. While all sweetened drinks are bad for teeth, some energy and sports drinks may be worse, according to one study in General Dentistry. Researchers found that these drinks — as well as bottled lemonade — may erode tooth enamel after long-term use. The result is thin, translucent, discolored teeth. To prevent tooth erosion: Don’t sit and sip these drinks for a long time. Rinse your mouth with water when you finish drinking.
Ditch the Pacifier by Age 2 or 3: There are lots of good reasons to let your child use a pacifier, but in the long term it can affect how his teeth line up. It can also change the shape of the mouth. Talk to your doctor if he’s still using a pacifier past age 3. Babies are born with all their teeth – you can’t see them because they are hidden in the gums. Baby teeth start to break through the gums around 6 months but it is important to start good oral care for infants even before the first tooth comes in. From healthy gums come healthy teeth. Wipe your baby’s gums with a soft washcloth after feeding. This helps remove the bacteria that can cause tooth decay.
Feeling more like a spa or salon than a traditional dental surgery, we aim to create an environment where you can relax, get the treatments that you require, and always feel entirely welcome and comfortable. Our team all take pride in the level of customer service we offer, and the satisfaction our patients feel in the work we do. When you walk through the Practice door, you’ll be greeted warmly by our friendly staff and immediately feel that you are not in a traditional dental clinic.Our contemporary waiting area offers a welcoming, non clinical atmosphere, with free wifi, complimentary tea/coffee and bottled water available, you can sit back and relax, reading a magazine, catching up on social media or watching television. See more details at https://www.mintdentalhygiene.co.uk/.