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Ceramic Veneers The Right Way It is very important that you go to a cosmetic dentist for ceramic veneers. In this day and age, more and more people are looking to spend less money on their cars, homes, and of course medical necessities. As such, they have been more meticulous in conducting research prior to shelling out any cash. This is true for your teeth too, but it is advised to do your research by speaking with a professional. Before you step your way into a cosmetic’s dentist’s office, it helps to know what exactly you want to correct. Many[...]
Dental Teeth Whitening: Should You Consider It? Dental teeth whitening is not just a recent trend for the modern multitude, but rather a virtual necessity for every person seeking to gain the self-confidence and that much envied dream SMILE! Cosmetic dentistry has helped individuals gain just that. A smile is what can win the heart of the person or command the attention of a crowd. Sadly all too many people try to hide their smile for fear of displaying yellowed or stained teeth. With modern dental teeth whitening options, such public fears are no longer necessary. First let’s take a[...]
6 Common Cosmetic Dental Procedures Explained Cosmetic dentistry helps many people get a confident smile, and also corrects many dental anomalies. Six of the most common cosmetic dental procedures are: Dental bonding: This is carried out to fill gaps in the teeth and cover stains and chips. The process involves the application of a composite resin material to the tooth. The material, which is available in several shades, is sculpted to cover the desired area. It is then dried using a high-intensity light or a chemical. The process does not cause any discomfort to the patient except when a minor[...]

Tips for Cleaning Your Dentures

If you have “traditional” dentures, also known as “complete” dentures, they come out of your mouth regularly for a thorough cleaning – or should, anyway.

Proper cleaning will keep your mouth healthy; protect your dentures from permanent stains and other, similar problems; and even make your dentures last longer. Here are the best tips for cleaning your complete dentures.

Clean your mouth, not just the dentures.dentures

When you have your teeth out, you can brush your gums and tongue with a soft-bristled, regular toothbrush. Use a small amount of toothpaste to get everything clean, and rinse well before you reinsert your dentures.

This ensures that your teeth have a smooth, clean surface, which encourages the suction that keeps them in place. Keeping your mouth clean can also reduce the number of sore spots and other forms of irritation.

When you remove your dentures for cleaning, rinse them in lukewarm water.

Use a denture toothbrush to remove food particles and other buildup – this way, the cleaning solution will work better. Make sure that the water isn’t too hot or too cold, because dentures can warp if you aren’t careful.

Your dentist probably gave you a tub: a small, plastic container that holds your dentures and cleaning solution. If not, you can pick one up at a pharmacy or discount-department store.

You should remove your teeth once a day and let them soak in the solution. This removes stains and food particles before they become big problems, and gives your gums some rest and exposure.

As for denture cleaners: look for ones that have been approved by a Dental Association. They’ll have the association’s logo on the packaging, which assures you that the products have been tested and proven to be safe for both you and your dentures.

If you can’t or won’t buy cleaners made specifically for dentures, you can use mild dish soap.

Be sure that you do not use a cleaner that contains bleach, ammonia, or other harsh chemicals, because these can be toxic to you. They can also destroy your dentures, which aren’t designed to withstand these types of cleaners.

Ideally, you’ll leave your dentures in their tub to soak overnight. This is good for your gums as well as your teeth – just remember that dentures need to be kept moist to prevent them from drying out and, possibly, cracking.

In the morning, brush your mouth before you put the teeth back in and you should have a fresh, healthy feeling all day long.

Smilecare Plymouth provides denture services, please get in touch to  today!

Clear Braces – Revolutionised Teeth Straightening Clear braces have changed the way people straighten their teeth by use of removable, near-invisible aligners.  Straightening your teeth will have a positive impact on your overall dental health. The braces are easily removed, so you can continue to brush and floss your teeth as you normally would to maintain good oral hygiene. Straighter teeth are less susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease, therefore investing in a straighter smile now may even minimise the need for costly dental work, in the future. The Invisalign Clear Braces System Clear braces with are custom-made to[...]
New Advancements in Anti-Wrinkle Injections Patient demand is increasing for non-surgical anti-wrinkle treatments as a quick, pain-free and effective procedure. So…. What’s New In The World of Facial Aesthetics? Crease lines, wrinkles, loss of volume on the face are all natural parts of ageing. Some of us embrace age without any issues. On the other hand, many folks go through painstaking lengths to fight of signs of ageing. These lines commonly start appearing in the thirties and become more prominent in the fifties. There are many reasons including lifestyle, genetics, smoking, over exposure to sun and repeated facial expressions that[...]
2019 Improvements After Surgery Refurbishment Smile Care Plymouth has recently undergone a refurbishment to upgrade sterilisation and decontamination equipment, plus new cabinets and equipment plus improvements to safety for flooring and installation of new fire doors. Effective and efficient infection control in the dental surgery is essential for the safety of patients and to ensure that productivity does not suffer. Infection control programs all include the cleaning and sterilisation of reusable dental instruments and devices. Care must be taken by the dental healthcare professional to ensure that all instruments are cleaned prior to sterilisation, and that this is carried out[...]
All Ceramic Implants where Patients Smile with Confidence Why Choose All Ceramic Implants? Ceramic Implants or Dental implants which are constructed from a range of materials such as titanium, stainless steel, titanium alloy and zirconium oxide ceramics?  Titanium dental implants are the most common and widely used form of dental implants. However, there is already a wide acknowledgement of ceramics in replacement of metals, specifically titanium, in the artificial teeth industry. Dental ceramic implants are bio-compatible in that they are fully tissue friendly; there are no allergic reactions, no sensitivity to temperature and no impact on taste. The zirconium oxide ceramic[...]
The Perfect Practice The whole team are very professional and caring. It was a joy to visit such a beautiful practice and I am delighted with the work done. Mrs JG 6 April 2016 Plymouth
Feels better than the original tooth A dentist who truly puts the needs of the patient first from a calming environment to fully explaining all aspects of the procedure. High standards are observed by support staff and the end result a a crown that looks great and feels better than the original tooth. Cannot recommend too highly. Mr RF, Plymouth