Category: Advice

Dental Care In The Near Future

Dental practices in the UK are able to open again from June 8th, but what should you expect when they do? Most of you will have seen the news that dental practices in the UK are able to open again

Wobbly Teeth In Children And Adults

Why teeth become loose and where it requires professional advice. Most of us can probably remember having a wobbly tooth or two when we were younger. Some of us may even be unfortunate enough to remember the traumatic experience of

Stress And Anxiety – Challenges For Our Teeth

Additional side effects of the Covid-19 crisis – guidance for our Ipswich patients As if it wasn’t enough that some of us have suffered stress and anxiety not only from the threat of the disease itself, but also of the

More Dental Advice To Help You Through Lockdown

A few more tips from our Ipswich dentists on how to keep your teeth looking the best that you can. In the greater scheme of things, keeping our teeth looking nice is probably a fair way down our list of

Taking Care Of Your Oral Health During Lockdown

Some simple oral health care tips to help you through the coming weeks. Hopefully we are all following government advice to stay at home, apart from essential workers and for exercise or food suppliers. Although this initial period technically ends

Is Your Mouth Health Getting Worse?

If you feel that your teeth are starting to deteriorate, act now before it’s too late. Although education surrounding good oral health is now more widely available than it used to be, there are still plenty of people who still

‘Deep Clean’ Vs A Scale And Polish

A look at the difference between two types of teeth and gum cleaning methods. Many of our Ipswich dental patients will be familiar with the scale and polish procedure. This is something that we would encourage all patients of the

Any Dental Related New Year Resolutions?

Our Ipswich dentists offers easy tips for improving your oral health in the new year ahead. Are you taking part in Dry January by giving up alcohol for a month? If you are, this is one way to help your

Halitosis – The Battle Against Bad Breath

Bad breath can be embarrassing and isolating. With improved oral health, it can be a thing of the past. If we don’t know anyone who has bad breath, we will almost certainly have come across it at some point in

Spotlight On Alcohol & Oral Health

Ahead of the festive season, our Ipswich dentists take a look at how alcohol can harm our teeth and gums. Some of you may be looking forward to it whilst others will be pleased when it is all over, but