Dental bridges dentist in Oxford & Didcot

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If your teeth are grayish, rather than yellow, bleaching won’t do much. You’ll need to seek out methods to correct the graying, which may include restorations on cavities. For graying you can’t fix otherwise, you may want to invest in bonded teeth or veneers. One common side effect of teeth whitening is sensitive teeth in the 24 hours after your teeth have been exposed to whitening gel. You can take a pain reliever like ibuprofen if the sensitivity is too much to bear.

Our highly experienced specialist Prosthodontics dentist, Dr Amit Duggal (GDC No: 79708) has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry, implants, oral surgery and dealing with anxious patients. He is a member of the British Society of Restorative Dentistry and Association of Dental Implantology and keeps up to date with developments in dentistry and related technology on a regular basis. All our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) and our practices are regulated and monitored by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) so you can rest assured you are in safe hands here at the Smile Practice. Discover more details at https://www.thesmilepractice.com/dental-implants.html.

Diet for teeth whitening. Do you need to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are several advices: Banana Peel: After you eat the banana, take the inside of the peel and rub it on your teeth and then rinse. Although there have been counter arguments whether it works or not, the best way is to find out yourself. It will not cost you a dime anyway. Have your pearly whites lost their luster because of dingy gray or yellow stains? Stained teeth can occur as we age, but some common foods, drinks, and even mouthwashes can stain teeth. Do-it-yourself remedies can help whiten teeth, and avoiding substances that stain teeth can stop further discoloration. Use these secrets to whiter teeth to restore your bright smile.

We actively encourage our patients to begin Care Plans with our dentists. Your dentist will focus on all aspects of your dental care. Using their knowledge of you, your lifestyle, and your wants, they’ll create a personalised dental health care plan for you meaning that, for months and years to come, you will enjoy the very best in oral health. This will minimise the chance of any serious issues developing in the future and lower the cost of dentists’ bills over time. See additional info on Dentist in Oxford & Didcot – Free consultation.