The Winners of Oral B Electric Toothbrushes Competition
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
Thank you for participating in our social media competition where you could win Oral B electric toothbrushes worth £169.
We would like to congratulate Karen Paterson and Lisa McErlean for winning those fantastic prizes! We hope it will be extremely beneficial in your daily oral health routines.
Professional Care Triumph 5000 electric toothbrush uses the most advanced 3D technology to clean your teeth and is approved by the British Dental Health Foundation.
We would like to thank everyone who participated in our competition on Facebook. Keep checking our social media pages and participate in our debates and future competitions. We promise to give away brilliant prizes, promotions and offers. If you would like to find out more about cosmetic dentistry treatments visit Berkeley Clinic in Glasgow.
Win 2 Electric Oral B Toothbrushes
Monday, September 22nd, 2014
Did you know that The Berkeley Clinic is celebrating a 2 year anniversary this September? It’s been 2 years since we have moved to the new premises at the 5 Newton Terrace in Glasgow. We have prepared a number of prizes and surprizes to be won and enjoyed on the day. Our patients were able to enjoy delicious cupcakes made specifically for them.
We would like to invite you to participate in our social media competition on Facebook for a chance to win 2 electric Oral B tooth brushes worth £169! All you need to do is to ‘like’ our page on Facebook and comment under the competition photo. Yes, it’s that easy! The lucky winners will be announced on the 10th of October. Good luck!
Avoid Teeth Sensitivity
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
In summer time we all tend to experience more teeth sensitivity than during other months. Ice-cream, cold summer drinks and chilled fruit can all affect our teeth causing severe discomfort or mild twinge for a few hours. Teeth sensitivity is considered to be a common problem for people aged between 20 and 40. However, it can affect anyone whose dentine happened to be exposed to hot, cold, sweet or acidic foods or drinks.
Since nobody enjoys pain or sensitivity in their teeth it is vital to find out what are the causes in order to avoid them. The main causes of teeth sensitivity include gum disease or recession, dental erosion, teeth grinding or toothbrush abrasion. Sometimes a cracked tooth or a filling can also cause teeth sensitivity or pain.
If you are suffering from sensitive teeth we would recommend to brush them with Colgate Sensitive or Sensodyne brands. If you have teeth whitening retainers you could also put some toothpaste there and leave it on for an hours, overnight or until you feel better.
If you can’t get rid of the pain or are concerned about sensitivity in your teeth contact us and book a consultation with our award winning team on 0141 564 1900.