Category: Advice

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

Cases Of Oral Cancer Are On The Rise

A gentle reminder from our Ipswich dental team that you should not ignore the risks. Most of us probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the possibility of getting any type of cancer, unless perhaps, it has affected

Kombucha – Is It Safe For Your Teeth?

Dentist in surgery

This increasingly popular ‘health drink’ could be putting your teeth at risk. ‘Kombucha’; sounds like a new form of martial arts doesn’t it? In fact, it is a probiotic drink that is becoming increasingly popular in the UK, especially with

Men – The Need For Better Oral Care

Dentist in surgery

Why the ‘superman syndrome’ is bad for your teeth and gums Although it may be true that men, in general, are now more open about talking about their feelings and generally not being as machismo about their lifestyle, there is

Stopping Oral Cancer In Its Tracks

Ipswich dentist Dr Nandini

What you can do, as a patient, to help prevent this potentially deadly disease. Oral cancer may not be as well known as some other types of cancer, but it can still have devastating effects for anyone suffering from it.

Oral Health Care – Rethinking The Approach As We Grow Older

Dr Chirag Kothari

Our later years can present new opportunities, and having a healthy mouth is key advises Dr Kothari Whether we like it or not, the vast majority of us will grow old. When we are younger, we may not look forward