Category: Advice

Do Covid Masks Affect Our Oral Health?

With mask wearing likely to be a feature of our lives for a little while yet, your Ipswich dentist addresses this common question We will find out later today what the new advice will be regarding the wearing of masks,

Should A Missing Tooth Be Replaced?

Why leaving a gap in your teeth isn’t a good idea and how it can be treated by our Ipswich dentists Nearly all of us will lose at least one tooth in our lifetime, whether from decay or through an

Don’t Take Your Teeth For Granted!

Teeth are living things and need regular care to minimise damage, or worse, complete loss If we look at our teeth in the mirror, they look like solid inanimate objects. Unlike our eyes, mouths etc, they don’t move (or shouldn’t

Dental Check Ups Are Important – Don’t Miss Out!

Although often routine, check ups are important to prevent minor issues from becoming more serious. Apart from how well you look after your teeth at home, the twice yearly check up at your local Ipswich dental practice is one of

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy At Christmas

And what to do in the case of a dental emergency No-one can deny that it has been a strange and difficult year, and even our usual looking forward to the festive season takes on a different look with likely

Dental Ideas For Christmas Gifts

Our Ipswich dentists suggest some tooth friendly Xmas presents With the year we’ve all been having, it may have even escaped our attention that Christmas is not too far away. It is likely to be a very different Christmas to

Dental Practices Remain Open During Second Lockdown

Dental service and oral care advice for our Ipswich patients It was a possibility for some time and now it has finally happened; we are in a national lockdown again due to the rising number of cases and hospital admissions

Dental Implant Recovery

Looking after yourself and your new implants! There are many good reasons to choose dental implants as a replacement when you have lost a tooth, or a number of teeth. Unlike dentures which sit above the gums, implants are placed,

Sharing A Toothbrush And Other Bad Bathroom Habits

A little carelessness could create problems for your oral health Most of us have probably built our oral health regime based on what others, most likely our parents, have taught us. We may believe that this is perfectly fine as

Is A Coffee Habit Harming Your Teeth?

With coffee shops open again, many are gradually returning to daily visits It is not so long ago that having a coffee outside your own home would invariably mean a mug of ‘instant’ at a cafe, especially if you lived