Despite huge investment in NHS dental health services, recent figures have suggested that a third of UK 12 year olds suffer from tooth decay. The research, which was carried out by a team at Liverpool John Moores University, found that 1 in 3 12 year old children in the UK have decay. Tooth decay is […]
Cosmetic dentistry has hit the headlines recently because an increasing number of people are choosing to take the appearance of their teeth into their own hands. Dental experts used the media to convey an important message this week and warn members of the public against DIY whitening treatments, which could potentially be very harmful. Experts […]
So October is over, summer is long gone and perhaps some of us are worried about the damage Halloween has had on our kids’ (and perhaps our own!) teeth. Naturally, dental problems – what with sweets at Halloween and an array of sweet and sugary foods on Bonfire Night – have been seen to notably rise during autumn.
The desire to get dental veneers may arise out of aesthetic motivations. Dental veneers are an immediate way to help renew and brighten smiles. Porcelain dental veneers are close to real tooth enamel, making them look natural but with added shine and sparkle. Dental veneers can: