Top cosmetic dentist clinic Edinburgh

Top porcelain veneers clinic Edinburgh, UK? If you need affordable, long lasting and top quality dental crowns or bridges from an expert Edinburgh dentist, then our state-of-the-art clinic can help. Our crown and bridges team is led by our principal and cosmetic dentist John Davidson (GDC No: 57805) who has over 36 years of dentistry experience. He is well respected within the industry, with many senior roles including a part-time Dental Practice Inspector for Lothian NHS trust and sitting on the Scottish Dental Practice Committee. All our dentists, hygienists and nurses are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC) so you can rest assured you’re in safe hands here at Marchmont. Read additional information at https://www.marchmontdentalcare.co.uk/teeth-whitening-edinburgh.html. Dental crowns are an ideal way of repairing teeth that have been broken, weakened or showing signs of decay. They can also be used to protect a tooth after root canal treatment. A dental bridge is used to replace missing teeth and helps to ‘bridge the gap’ between teeth. This not only improves the appearance of your teeth but also improves the functionality as the teeth on either side of the gap feel less strain. For further information on Crowns & Bridges please contact a member of the Marchmont Dental Care team on 0131 229 5542 or fill in our enquiry form.

Do you wish to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are several advices: Use Activated Charcoal: Activated charcoal is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to naturally whiten your teeth. Crush up one charcoal tablet into a powder. Dip your clean wet toothbrush into it, and brush your teeth as you normally do. A home tooth-whitening kit contains carbamide peroxide, a bleach that can remove both deep and surface stains and actually changes your natural tooth color. If you have coffee-stained teeth, a tooth-bleaching kit can help. With some kits, you apply a peroxide-based gel (with a small brush) to the surface of your teeth. In other kits, the gel is in a tray that molds to the teeth. The tray must be worn daily (for 30 to 45 minutes) for a week or more.

There are so many good reasons to keep your family’s teeth and gums healthy. Their sparkling smiles. Being able to chew for good nutrition. Avoiding toothaches and discomfort. And new research suggests that gum disease can lead to other problems in the body, including increased risk of heart disease. In fact, most experts agree that almost all tooth decay and most gum disease can be prevented with good oral hygiene. We’re talking about taking a few minutes each day to brush and floss. That’s not a lot in return for a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums.

We’re confident that you and your family will receive an outstanding dental care from us as we continue our mission to be known as the best private and NHS dentist in Edinburgh. All our dentists are registered with the General Dental Council (GDC), so you can rest assured you’re in safe hands here at Marchmont Dental Care. To book an appointment with our expert NHS and private dentists, call 0131 229 5542, or contact us with any questions. We offer a 0% Interest-free Credit and flexible payment plans to help spread the cost of your treatments. Read additional details at https://www.marchmontdentalcare.co.uk/.

Avoid ‘Baby Bottle Decay’: Don’t put your infant or older child down for a nap with a bottle of juice, formula, or milk. Sugary liquids cling to his teeth, feeding bacteria that can cause tooth decay. If you must give your child a bottle to take to bed, make sure it contains only water. Remind your child to brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste for a full two minutes which not only fights cavities and strengthens teeth, but also gives older kids the confidence of having fresh breath. A power toothbrush might make brushing more fun for preteens. Flossing is extremely important at this point as most permanent teeth have erupted and cleaning between them will help prevent cavities and keep their mouth fresh. Encourage children who play sports to wear a mouth guard to protect their teeth from injuries. Make sure kids who wear braces use a power brush and floss very thoroughly to avoid white spots on teeth when braces come off.

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