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If you have smile imperfections that are getting you down, cosmetic dentistry treatments can help. Veneers are one way in which you can transform the appearance of your teeth in just two appointments.​​​​​​​

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Many people are unaware that their oral health is just as important as their general health and wellbeing. This is because not only is great oral health essential for keeping our teeth and mouth functioning and our smile looking great, but experts have also found a connection between our oral and overall health. The main reason for this is that our mouth is one of the key gateways to our internal body, and in particular, our digestive and respiratory systems. Some of the bacteria present in our mouths is harmful and capable of causing disease unless it is kept firmly under control. Proper brushing, flossing and regular visits to our dentist make this possible. However, if any aspect of our oral hygiene routine slips, the bacteria can reach levels that start to cause problems, such as decay and infection. Without prompt treatment, this could have considerable consequences for both our oral and overall health.​​​​​​​

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Of all of our teeth, our wisdom teeth are the most likely to cause us problems. As a result, they are also the most likely to need to be removed. Our toughest, widest molars located right at the very back of our gums, our wisdom teeth are the last to come through, often not erupting until we reach our later teenage or even early adult years. Unfortunately, by the time they arrive, there isn’t the room for them to emerge or develop normally. Some patients may not experience any issues if this happens, but if you do, you will almost certainly need to have them removed. Your dentist may also be able to determine in advance if you are likely to be caused problems by your wisdom teeth and may even suggest extracting them before this happens.​​​​​​​

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There are lots of different issues that can affect our teeth. Many people are unaware that a condition known as periodontal disease is just as much of a threat to your teeth as cavities are. In fact, left untreated, periodontal disease can have disastrous consequences for your smile as a whole and your wider health and wellbeing. ​​​​​​​

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As with all medical conditions, the earlier periodontal disease is detected, the more likely it is to be treated. Spotting it early can prevent damage to your teeth and overall health. Here’s what you need to know about the signs and symptoms of this progressive dental disease.​​​​​​​

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We are dedicated to help patients keep their teeth for a lifetime and giving them the smiles of their dreams.