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The advantages of Zirconium teeth 

The advantages of Zirconium teeth 

When people hear the words ‘teeth replacements’ many of them immediately think of Zirconium teeth. Why? Nowadays Zirconium is one of the most popular materials used for teeth replacements; it looks natural and you needn’t worry about having people checking your teeth all the time. More and more people are now in need of teeth replacements and Zirconium teeth are recommended in the majority of cases. Why? Because they provide an excellent aesthetic result.

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Why is water good for teeth?

Why is water good for teeth?

Some countries, including large parts of the UK, add fluoride to the water; around 10% of the population of the United Kingdom receives fluoridated water, such as Birmingham, the West Midlands and on Tyneside. However, Thames Water do not add fluoride to any of their water supplies in London. The Fluoride in our water come naturally from the soils and rocks. Therefore the natural fluoride content in the water is about 0.2PPM in London.

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Tooth Decay

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is, and has always been, one of the world’s most widespread endemics. In the past people used to eat more healthily and didn’t consume as much sugar as they do today. The good news is that there are ways to both prevent and treat tooth decay. The expression “tooth decay” originates from people thinking that teeth were attacked by a tooth beetle.

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Tooth number 8 is referred to as a wisdom tooth

Tooth number 8 is referred to as a wisdom tooth

Most people only know that wisdom teeth develop between the ages of 18-25. The name wisdom tooth is used because, according to scientists, our intellectual abilities mature during this period in our lives and as our intelligence evolves so we use our ability to make decisions more wisely. In other words, and put more simply, this is the age during which we become ‘wise’.

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About the mouthguard

About the mouthguard

A mouthguard is one of the most important protective equipment that are used not only by those who do combat sports but used in case of every sport during which intentional or accidental head hits occur. Protect teeth, gum and lips.It is advisable to get a mouthguard as too many accidents happen in childhood. The era of learning: cycling, roller blading, handball, basketball, etc.

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How are we able to create teeth better than those God gave you?

How are we able to create teeth better than those God gave you?

We employ cutting-edge CAD/CAM technology in order to create new, permanent, natural looking teeth for you. CAD/CAM technology ensures that there is no margin for human error.

 



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The story of Linda

The story of Linda

Her teeth just looked too long and didn't really suit her face. This patient replaced her chipped, yellowish and old front upper bridge with a new one two years ago.



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Waiting for baby to arrive = decline in dental health?

Waiting for baby to arrive = decline in dental health?

Every pregnant mother’s aim is her baby in her tummy to be born healthy, so she does everything to her fetus get every vitamin during its development. Pregnancy is a wonderful thing, but unfortunately it can cause a bad time for the mother’s body, this is most often reflected by the dental situation.



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Stress and the mouth

Stress and the mouth

Ongoing stress doesn’t only cause headaches and gastric pain but can affect the health of the mouth and gums, as well as health in general.

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Are you afraid of the dentist?

Are you afraid of the dentist?

Dental tools, the colour green, the sound of drilling, the sight of an injection or enduring bad memories regarding injections. These things often come to mind when we hear the word ‘dentist’ and 5% of the population suffer from dental phobia.

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The story of Eugene

The story of Eugene

He always covered his teeth with his hand and never smiled. This middle-aged patient’s upper left front tooth was extracted a few years ago, which caused him embarrassment and made him stopped smiling. 



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Periodontal gum disease: the `Silent Killer`

Periodontal gum disease: the `Silent Killer`

Periodontitis is not called the ‘Silent Killer’ without reason. It attacks the parodontium and the jaw bone in such a way that there are very few people who are aware of this disease and its consequences. Do the first symptoms apply in your case?

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Bone recession - the solution is here!

Bone recession - the solution is here!

If you have not had your missing teeth replaced during the years it is very likely that your bone has already receded to a certain amount. The receded bone will not be able to hold a conventional implant. The solution in this case is the strengthening of the bone structure. Would you like to find out how it is possible?

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Overcome your dental phobia!

Overcome your dental phobia!

If you are also afraid of dentist, you are probably familiar with the feeling of being unable to start treatment that is needed due to fear. You are afraid of the pain, the dentist, the noises, the smell etc. Good news is that you do not have to fight this fear alone. In this blog we will show you how we help to overcome the dental phobia.

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Why might you need implants?

Why might you need implants?

Missing teeth should be replaced as soon as possible as this can lead to serious  problems in the future: jawbone recession, instability in neighbouring teeth, problems with digestion due to improper chewing and changes in speaking (e.g. lisping). If you wish to prevent these problems then you should read this blog.

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Periodontitis and plaque

Periodontitis and plaque

There are many reasons known for the development of the various kinds of parodontium diseases: smoking, stress, changes in hormones, tumours, diabetes or improper dental care. We are now about to find out what the connection between plaque and periodontitis is and what we can do to prevent the disease?

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Useful advice for pregnant patients

Useful advice for pregnant patients

Pregnancy is a wonderful period. At the same time, pregnant women have many questions day by day. This is natural, as they would like to give the best to their unborn children. Now it is time to care about their own health too.

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What is periodontitis?  

What is periodontitis?  

When it comes to the various kinds of parodontium diseases most of the people think about red, sensitive gums and bleeding while tooth brushing. They would not even think how risky gum recession can be. Find out more about it now!

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About teeth whitening

About teeth whitening

Who would not dream of beautiful white teeth? White teeth are the symbol of health, beauty and confidence. Today there are a lot of information can be found about homemade strategies and professional pieces of advice too. Which one is the best? Why can it be harmful? Who is and is not is recommended? We are now looking to found out the answers.

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How does a tooth look like on the inside?

How does a tooth look like on the inside?

In our previous blogs we analysed many questions regarding the teeth. Let’s take a closer look at them on the inside. What are their layers like? What causes pain and how deep can the tooth decay get? We are now about to find the answers out.

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Bad breath - but why?  

Bad breath - but why?  

“Bad breath can be related to bad teeth.” – is not always the case. The cause of bad breath should not only be look for in the oral cavity – it is advisable to examine some other parts of the body. Would you like to find out the causes of bad breath? We are now about to find them out.

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Which number refers to which tooth?

Which number refers to which tooth?

You have probably already seen that dentists mark the teeth with a special numbering method in the treatment plans. This method is also used in the dental lab so that misunderstandings can be avoided when it comes to a particular tooth. What do these numbers mean exactly? How can you interpret it? We are now taking a closer look at this issue.

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Bad breath – if the cause is out of the mouth  

Bad breath – if the cause is out of the mouth  

Bad breath is a sensitive topic: a lot of people think that the only causes are bad dental care and bad teeth. This is not the case at all. Bad breath can be the result of problems that are not related to the oral cavity. Let’s see them.

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Bad breath - if the cause is in the mouth

Bad breath - if the cause is in the mouth

There are many reasons for bad breath that are caused by issues within the oral cavity or issues that are not related to it. In this blog we are about to find the issues within the oral cavity and how we can prevent and eliminate these problems.

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You are what you eat

You are what you eat

There are some food that are harmful for the health of our teeth. Not many of you may know that there are some that are good for our teeth. Do you know which ones? We will tell you.

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The right toothbrush

The right toothbrush

If we have already acquired the right method of tooth cleaning and we have already chosen the right type of toothpaste all we need to do is take the toothbrush and …wait a minute! Am I using the right type? You can now find it out.

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10 steps against bad breath

10 steps against bad breath

Bad breath can be the result of many issues which we have already elaborated on in the previous blogs. We are now introducing 10 easy steps to avoid bad breath. These everyday, simple methods can easily be acquired.

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The secret to the tooth-friendly sweets: xilit

The secret to the tooth-friendly sweets: xilit

The main cause for tooth decay is the cariogens (eg. Streptococcus mutans, Lactobacillus) in our mouths. The reason for this being is the great amount of sugar we take with eating. We do not necessarily have to say no to mouthwatering sweets in order to keep our teeth healthy.



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Which toothpaste should I choose?

Which toothpaste should I choose?

You cannot be 100% sure about whether you use the right toothpaste. No wonder since you can find so many types of toothpaste in the stores that are different in colour, taste and content. Which one should I choose then? Let’s take a look around!

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Misbeliefs regarding dental care

Misbeliefs regarding dental care

Dental care seems to be simple topic that is present every other day. We have all learnt the right methods and the right tools. It may seem unbelievable but there are quite a lot of misbeliefs regarding dental care. We have collected the most frequent ones.

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How to clean our teeth properly?

How to clean our teeth properly?

Most people tend to take this question for granted as we were already taught how to clean our teeth “properly” when we were little kids. How come then that there are so many teeth in a bad condition all over the world? Though not ALL depends on tooth cleaning, it is crucial of importance when it comes to tooth care. Do you clean your teeth properly? You can find it out now.

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How could it be so efficient?

How could it be so efficient?

Full jaw restoration with the conventional implant system takes months to be completed in many cases as opposed to the Swiss 5 day implant system which requires only five days and there is no need for a sinus lift. It is available even in those cases that implantation seemed to be impossible before. How could it be so efficient?

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There are some that won’t heal themselves

There are some that won’t heal themselves

Only a few people may know it but our teeth are the only parts of the body that cannot heal themselves. If a bone is broken, it will heal. If a finger is cut, it will also heal in time. But what about our teeth?

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