How Can Dental Implants Glasgow Improve Your General Health?
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
We have a lot of questions here at the Berkeley Clinic about whether or not oral hygiene and health are directly linked to that of the rest of your body. It is somewhat surprising, considering that the majority of us understand what we put in our bodies is the fuel and power that we need to be able to stay healthy, and the way we do that is by eating. Your mouth is your first point of contact for your health, and staying aware of dental hygiene could help your body as a whole. Dental implants Glasgow, too, could help by reducing a lot of risks and dangers to your body as a whole.
Top Tips for Preventing Tooth Decay
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
Let’s face it – nobody wants to have to get fillings during their bi-yearly check-up at the dentist. Dental caries are all too common and at least 84% of adults in the UK have at least one filling. Even more shocking is that, on average, adults have at least 7 fillings. Preventing dental caries can start with the simplest of routine changes that will benefit your overall oral health. Keep these helpful tips in mind and start saving on your dental bills.
How To Spot A Dental Cavity
Monday, February 22nd, 2016
Without going to the dentist, it can sometimes be difficult to know if you are developing a dental cavity or not. Tooth decay can happen to anybody if the proper care and treatment of your teeth is not taken on a regular enough basis. 31% of adults in the UK have tooth decay, making it a fairly common issue across the country. Brushing your teeth twice a day with flossing and mouthwash is a great way to prevent cavities happening, but how do you know a cavity has started to form without a dental professional’s assessment?
8 Ways To Keep Your Teeth Healthy
Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
As professional dentists, we are always looking for ways to help our patients keep their teeth strong and healthy. The healthier your teeth are, the less you have to worry about future visits to your dental clinic Glasgow for any work that needs to be done. Many people worry about the expenses associated with dentistry but if you establish a healthy oral hygiene routine, you will find that the costs of dentistry will be minimal. Keeping your teeth healthy is easy and we have 8 helpful tips for you to keep your teeth in top condition.
Why Should You Floss Your Teeth?
Tuesday, June 30th, 2015
Flossing your teeth every day keeps them healthy, clean and increases your chances of keeping your teeth for life. Floss helps improve your dental hygiene by removing pieces of food which can get stuck between your teeth. If you do not remove these pieces of food they can turn into plaque, the bacteria layer that accumulates between teeth and is hard to remove with a toothbrush.