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Dental Procedures: From Teeth Whitening to Root Canal Surgery

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The NHS does not provide cosmetic surgery, such as teeth whitening. This can mean that the cost of having a teeth whitening procedure performed by a private dentist is just too expensive for a lot of people. There is also no fixed cost and the price of teeth whitening can vary significantly from surgery to surgery. It is advisable to always carry out extensive research if you are thinking of having teeth whitening treatment by a private dentist.

Alternatively, teeth whitening kits are a simple and safe option that you can use yourself, in the comfort of your own home.

Not only does the NHS not offer teeth whitening and most other cosmetic dentistry, but in some areas it is nearly impossible to find an available NHS dentist to register with. Instead, you will be placed on a waiting list which you could be on for years. Patients should also be aware that if you do not have an appointment for a year or so then you could be in danger of being struck off the register at your NHS dental surgery.

As a patient on the NHS, you still have to pay towards treatment. Many patients have found that when comparing prices for treatments with different practices, such as root canal surgery, there can be large discrepancies. One dentist may charge £100 for a procedure whereas another could quote £1000. Dentists are allocated £2 billion of the NHS budget but this does not guarantee a decent service. It is not uncommon for people to be misdiagnosed and be charged for more expensive, yet unnecessary surgery.

Taking Care of Teeth

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Teeth whitening is a quick and easy way to have great looking teeth. However, you need to take steps to keep your teeth healthy as well. Brushing is the most obvious way to take care of your teeth. This should be done at least twice a day to remove the build up of plaque.

There are awkward places in your mouth that a toothbrush cannot reach; this is where dental floss comes in. Dental floss removes food and plaque from all those hard to reach areas to give your teeth a more thorough clean. The best way to do this is by flossing between each tooth and then behind your back teeth.

Finally, mouth wash gives your teeth an overall clean, getting rid of any any bacteria that can cause plaque  and also helping to prevent gum disease.

You can help avoid your teeth becoming discoloured by avoiding foods and drinks that stain teeth, such as coffee and fruit juices. Smoking is another common cause of yellow teeth.

Teeth will inevitably become stained over the years so  teeth whitening kits are a simple way of hiding discolouration. Along with taking care of your teeth, teeth whitening can enhance the healthy condition of your teeth.

A Brief History of the Quest for Whiter Teeth

Friday, May 7th, 2010

The wish to have whiter teeth is not a fad that has developed overnight; it has been around for centuries. According to research, hydrogen peroxide was used as early as 1884 to attain whiter teeth. Carbamide peroxide is now a much more popular choice as there is no risk of the gums and soft tissue being burned.

Cosmetic tooth whitening is the only way to ensure that you continue to have whiter teeth. Dentin, which is the material under enamel on teeth, is actually yellow and because enamel is transparent, the dentin can give teeth a yellow tone. Brushing teeth with whitening toothpaste is therefore not wholly effective. Teeth are also made darker by perished materials in the root canal then discolouring the dentin. In addition to this, age and daily stains from food and drink affect the colour.  

In the past, a cotton pellet was soaked in bleach and then placed inside the tooth with a root canal. This would be removed after a few days and a filling would be introduced. The result? Whiter teeth!

The technique that we use is somewhat less severe than this. Our teeth whitening kits work by having the whitening gel in contact with the teeth for as long as is needed, without causing any damage. Having whiter teeth has been proven to lead to health and happiness through inner confidence. So if you want whiter teeth with minimum effort try our simple to use teeth whitening kits.

Home Teeth Whitening Kit

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Home teeth whitening kits have become ever so popular over the last decade. It’s not just your teenaged daughter who wants to flash her pearly whites, your mum, your aunt and even your dad are joining in and opting for home teeth whitening kits.

It’s simple, we live in a society which is becoming increasingly aware of their looks and aspire to the celebrity look. Sites like ASOS feed the hunger of fashionistas; styling your hair to be in line with Cheryl Cole’s luscious locks and last but by no means last, using home teeth whitening kits to transform the look of stained teeth. It’s a much more reasonable option compared to laser teeth whitening which your dentist may offer and charge extensively for.

Teeth Whitening Kits Treatment

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

The ever-enticing teeth whitening treatments can sometimes seem exactly what you want. Why not? You want to look your best, you don’t want to feel embarassed of your smile. However, teeth whitening can be costly if carried out at your local dental practice. Once you’ve paid for the treatment and consultations, you’ll feel a real hole in your pocket.

There is a solution to extortionate dental practice charges for teeth whitening – the at home teeth whitening kit is affordable, works just as well as teeth whitening at a practice and you can do it all from the comfort of your own home. You can whiten discoloured or stained teeth in days and it won’t cost you the Earth. Teeth whitening top-up gels can also be purchased if you want to carry on whitening your teeth.

Teeth Whitening Sales Grown by £8m

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

According to Mintel, the sales of teeth whitening toothpastes have increased by £8m over the last 3 years. This figure suggests that as a nation we are now more aware of the colour of our teeth than before and we want to do something about it. Treatments are not just limited to laser teeth whitening at your dentist’s practice, teeth whitening kits are an ever-increasingly viable option due to their cost-effectiveness and impressive results. You can also carry on whitening your teeth by purchasing top-up teeth whitening gel for your custom-fit trays.

Further more, mouthwash sales over the last 6 years have risen by 77%. This is a substantial figure and we are now spending over £158m a year on mouthwash. Tongue scrapers and teeth whitening strips sales are also on the up.

Teeth Whitening Kits and Carbamide Peroxide

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Our teeth whitening kits are easy to use, effective and the gel used contains carbamide peroxide. Carbamide peroxide is the most recommended gel for teeth whitening kits as it removes plaque and germs effectively. Many dentists use it in their practices so with this teeth whitening kit you have access to the same high quality materials but at a fraction of the price.

Your custom fit whitening trays are filled with carbamide peroxide which is made of urea peroxide. This works by breaking down into hydrogen peroxide in the mouth and it then permeates through the tooth enamel to whiten your teeth.

Our teeth whitening kits are safe to use as they been approved by the American Dental Association and the FDA. It is also fully licensed throughout Europe.