Dental implants are known to be very sturdy and strong, and they feel exactly like real teeth. Even our real teeth break, chip and need a little dental care at times, and dental implants aren’t exempt from this. Dental implants may break under certain circumstances just as regular teeth may, but if you treat them with care then you greatly lessen these chances. Can dental implants break? How do they break, and what do you need to do if they do? Here at Raynesway Dental we uncover how implants can break and how to avoid breaking them in Derby.
We talk a lot about transforming smiles here at Down House Dental, but braces began with correcting teeth first, smiles second. While the two have become inseparable now, a lot of patients still want to get their treatment and money’s worth by improving their bite while the work to achieve their new smile. Of course, the cosmetic benefits of Invisalign are well-documented as the braces themselves are clear and discreet, but do they help correct mouth function too? Read More…
A task that can come across annoying and repetitive but something that cannot be avoided. Cleaning your Invisalign aligners are just as important as cleaning your teeth because not only do you minimise the risk of your Invisalign trays cracking, you’re also limiting your teeth you could experience. At Raynesway Dental Practice, we cannot stress enough that all Invisalign users need to maintain their cleanliness and keep the quality at an all-time high and have curated some cleaning tips below. Read More…
Dermal fillers are an increasingly popular treatment that is used to augment your facial features and soft tissues such as the cheeks and lips. With many people becoming curious about them, the chances of you or someone you may know that has had the thought of having dermal fillers are very high. In recent news, they have come into the limelight in a negative way, however we uncover what they do, where they treat and how you should seek a professional like us at Ranyesway Dental in Derby to perform these treatments.
It has been reported as many as 40% of the British public are currently unhappy with their teeth. Our teeth do mean a lot to us, they’re visible during almost all our speech and expressions and help us function on a daily basis. If you’re unhappy with crooked, misaligned or just generally unappealing teeth, then the chances are you’ve probably considered straightening them before. Many people, however, tend to shy away from adult braces for the fear of having ‘train track’ type braces, and think it’s either them or bust. At Raynesway Dental we offer another solution in the heart of Derby.
The NHS is a beautiful thing, because it allows medical professionals and dental professionals to make their services as accessible possible. We combine private dentistry and NHS dentistry at our dental practice, so you can receive the best of both worlds. Here’s a brief breakdown of the difference between an NHS dentist and a private dentist, and how we can bridge that gap.
Cavities are extremely and frustratingly preventable with the correct dental hygiene routines and at-home care. Decay occurs when food debris and sugars are left on the surfaces of the teeth without being cleaned off, forming bacterial plaque that eats away at our protective enamel. When it breaks down the enamel, it will eventually make its way down to the structures within the tooth and create hollows and cavities. Cavities can be prevented at home, so here are some top tips from our NHS dentist on how to prevent cavities.
Gum disease is a very common dental malady that can lead to loose adult teeth and even gaps in your smile. It’s important you know the signs of it, how to treat it, and how to maintain the correct care at home. This is exactly what your dental hygienist wants you to know about gum disease.
So, you’ve noticed a change in your mouth, teeth, gums, or breath, but you’re not sure who to turn to. Who is the dental professional best suited to dealing with your potential dental health hiccup, a dental hygienist or a dentist? To help you use your time wisely and be seen by the person you need, we’ve put together a handy guide to help you book an appointment with the right person!
When does root canal treatment become necessary, and what is it? Well, from popular culture references you might assume that they’re super painful, but actually in the hands of a skilled professional you could be more comfortable than you think. Let’s explore the signs you might need a root canal and what your dentist will do for you.