Dentist vs Orthodontist: What’s the difference? 0
Throughout your childhood, you should have been having regular check-ups with your dentist but as all your adult teeth come through, you may start seeing an orthodontist to have braces fitted.
So, what is the difference between a dentist and an orthodontist? Continue reading to find out..
Getting Invisalign in the Manchester Area 0
Getting orthodontic treatment is easier than ever before. With so many locations all over the country, fixing your crooked teeth or bite is no longer such a hassle. Even better than that, modern technology has now allowed us to develop more preferred methods of teeth straightening. This means that treatments like Invisalign and ceramic braces are taking their well-deserved spots at the top of the leaderboard.
If you’re planning on getting an Invisalign treatment, why not read on for some guidance?
Naughty or Nice? Do’s and Don’ts when wearing braces this Christmas 1
Now that you have started your orthodontic treatment, caring for your teeth and appliances is vital to ensure the smooth running of your treatment. The temptations over the festive period are widely available from an extra mince pie to your favourite tipple. All can affect the different types of appliances you are wearing.
Choosing Invisalign over ceramic braces 0
All the orthodontic appliances offered at Northenden House Orthodontics will do an excellent job at aligning your teeth. However cosmetically they all offer variances in visibility.
Invisalign is a clear tray aligner system that is fitted exactly over your teeth. They are completely transparent so your natural tooth colour is visible through them making them a brilliant cosmetic option.
5 Ways to Keep a Healthy Mouth 0
Healthy diet and reducing sugar intake
Maintaining a balanced diet will enable you to keep a healthy mouth as the amount of sugar consumed can be reduced. Change sugar in your tea and coffee to sweetener or even better cut it out completely. Cut out snacking and just eat at meal times this will reduce the amount of acid attacks on your teeth and give your teeth chance to recover from the food you have just eaten.
Regular dental examinations
The frequency of your dental examination is governed by how healthy your mouth is and the risk of developing caries. By maintaining that your mouth is monitored by a professional on a regular basis it will ensure that you continue to maintain a healthy mouth. Your dentist will not only monitor your teeth but also the soft tissues in your mouth and possibly your head and neck. An accurate record is kept so that any underlying issues are reviewed accordingly.