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Dental implants ‘help people look youthful’

Mon

People could look younger with dental implants, it has been claimed.

The installation of dental implants can help people maintain a youthful appearance by improving the look of their smile, it has been claimed.

News Online reported Dr Cris Piessens, a dental professional from Albufeira, said people should not dismiss the idea of dental implants, even if they feel they may be painful to install or could cost too much.

Indeed, Dr Piessens noted modern dentistry treatments are far less invasive than they used to be and therefore result in much faster healing times and less pain.

Furthermore, he noted dental implants can improve oral health, as having gaps in teeth could result in an increased likelihood of infections.

Elsewhere, New York periodontist Dr Hiroshi Kimura recently told Big News that the use of dental implants could be the perfect solution for someone who has lost a tooth.

He claimed the devices can offer a permanent solution to tooth loss and the prosthetic that is attached can be treated and maintained just as a person would one of their own teeth.

Laser teeth whitening ‘could help people look younger’

Thu

Laser teeth whitening can be anti-ageing.Having a bright, white smile is key to a person looking younger and feeling more confident and laser teeth whitening could be one way to achieve this, it has been claimed. laser teeth whitening

 

Big News reported that white teeth can not only make a person appear younger and more attractive but they can help them be more confident and outgoing.

The publication stated: “We are all born with pearly white teeth, but we fail to maintain that whiteness due to various factors. Besides foods, people are habituated to smoke, drink and eat some colourful foods.”

In addition, the resource noted when a person smiles it can convey a lot about them, their personality, their intentions and it is therefore always best to have a bright set of pearly whites to smile back with.

Elsewhere, WorlDental recently reported laser teeth whitening can cost as much as $600 (£400) per round of treatment, while take-home teeth whitening kits normally cost anywhere between $20 and $50.

Teeth whitening ‘all the rage this Valentine’s Day’

Fri

Brits are heading out to buy teeth whitening treatments ahead of Valentine’s day.

Sales of teeth whitening kits have gone up in the UK ahead of Valentine’s Day, according to Comet. teeth whitening valentines

The retailer noted there was a 200 per cent increase in sales for its take-home teeth whitening kits in January in comparison to the previous month.

Bill Moir, Comet’s head of marketing said: “At the start of the recession, we saw an uplift in home cooking as bread maker sales rose by 57 per cent, now home beautifying seems to be the next big thing.”

He added that Brits are also splashing out on gym memberships and home gym equipment in a bid to get buff ahead of Valentine’s Day.

Elsewhere, Big News recently reported teeth whitening can be achieved through a number of different methods, but the best results are often gained through seeing a dentist.

The publication claimed take-home kits will often contain harmful chemicals and therefore it may be more prudent to have this treatment carried out by a trained profession.

Teeth whitening lamp released

Fri

A new teeth whitening lamp has been created.

A new desktop lamp has been created that promises to whiten a person’s teeth. teeth whitening lamp

Cosmetic Dentistry Guide reported the maker of the Desktop Teeth Whitener Lamp has been released and it claims it can help whiten teeth by up to five shades through just half an hour’s use each day.

Individuals looking for a brighter smile apply a whitening gel that comes with the lamp and this is then activated by a blue light which the lamp emits.

The device is currently retailing in the UK for £250.

Elsewhere, Big News recently reported the use of light-activated teeth whitening systems is less cumbersome for patients and could provide faster results than using a tray.

Dentists can apply a gel to the teeth and activate it to gain greater control over the whitening process.

“Historically, the use of trays for whitening trays appeared on the scene in early 1900 … Initially, it was used only for stained and discoloured teeth by the dentists’ in-office,” the publication claimed.

Light-activated teeth whitening ‘less cumbersome’

Mon

Light-activated teeth whitening can be easier for patients and less cumbersome and time consuming, it has been noted.

The use of light-activated teeth whitening systems is less cumbersome for the patient and could provide faster results, it has been argued. light activated teeth whitening

Big News reported the introduction of LED light-activated treatments has made it easier for dentists to do away with peroxide trays to whiten teeth.

Instead, they can apply a gel to the teeth and activate it to gain greater control over the whitening process and ultimately provide the patient with better results.

The publication claimed: “Historically, the use of trays for whitening trays appeared on the scene in early 1900 … Initially, it was used only for stained and discoloured teeth by the dentists’ in-office.”

Elsewhere, Teeth Laser Whitening Group recently launched a number of new products and claimed its treatments can be effective at removing stains with a number of causes, ranging from smoking and coffee through to simple wear and tear with age.

Furthermore, the firm claimed its treatments can help lighten the colour of teeth by up to eight shades in a single sitting.

Patients ‘should be educated about treatments’

Fri

Dentists should take the time to talk to their patients about treatments.

Dentists should take the time to talk to their patients about what elective and emergency dentistry treatments entail before they are carried out, it has been noted. dental education

Dentistry IQ reported no one likes surprises when it comes to health issues and it is therefore important for dental professionals to be open with their patients about recovery times, the likelihood of pain and other issues surrounding cosmetic dentistry.

The news provider noted: “Good communication is the foundation that fosters the relationships we as dentists maintain with our patients, as they entrust us with the dental health and wellbeing of their families.”

Elsewhere, Big News recently reported professional teeth whitening treatments will often deliver better results than those achieved through over the counter or take-home teeth whitening kits.

However, it is important to remember the professional method uses stronger chemicals to whiten the teeth and as a result, there can be a greater chance of side effects.

Methods for teeth whitening explained

Thu

Teeth whitening treatments explained.

Teeth whitening can be achieved through a number of different methods, but the best results are often gained through seeing a dental professional, it has been stated. laser teeth whitening

Big News reported anyone considering teeth whitening could get an over-the-counter product. However, take-home kits will often contain harmful chemicals and therefore it may be more prudent to have this treatment carried out by a trained professional.

The online resource noted: “The change in the colour of the teeth [is a] combined effect of a number of factors and depends on the age of the person, bacterial presence, food stuff sticking and other external toxins like nicotine in smoke.”

Anyone who has stains or bad discolouration may also find that take-home kits are not suitable for them, the article concluded.

Elsewhere, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recently noted anyone thinking of having a teeth whitening treatment carried out should remember the risks involved, including the possibility of increased tooth sensitivity, tissue irritation or possible root damage.

Brits advised on avoiding dentist fears

Wed

Children can have their fears allayed about visiting the dentist.

People across the UK have been advised of three of the best ways to ensure children do not develop a fear of going to the dentist’s office by a national newspaper. fear of dentists

The Mirror reported that firstly, parents should tell children what to expect from a visit to the emergency dentist, as this will put them at ease and ensure nothing that happens which is a surprise to them.

Secondly, kids should be taken along when a parent goes for their check-up in order to see that it is not a scary experience.

And finally, allowing children to take along a favourite teddy or toy can help put them at ease and ensure they do not feel out of their comfort zone when having a check-up of their own.

Elsewhere, Big News recently reported that Brits looking to avoid bad dentistry should always ask to see a portfolio of a dentist’s work before signing on with them.

In this way, the news provider noted, people are able to gauge before and after shots of a dentist’s handiwork.

How to avoid bad dentistry

Tue

Brits advised on avoiding bad dentsists

Individuals have been advised on how to ensure they get the best dentist available to carry out treatments on them. bad dentistry

Big News reported people planning to sign up with a new dentist should take the time to do a little research beforehand.

The news resource noted getting hold of before and after shots of a dentist’s work can be a useful identifier in seeing whether they are good or not.

Furthermore, it advised selecting a dentist who has devoted themselves to further learning, as this means they will be constantly working on improving their skills and providing the patient with a better level of service.

Elsewhere, an Inverness-based dentist recently won a national award for achieving outstanding achievement within the field.

Andrew Young BDS received the T C White prize for outstanding achievement in the Member of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons’ examinations from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

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