Take Care of Your Teeth & Gums
In our guide on oral health, you will find answers to questions on traditional dental treatments and the full range of cosmetic dental treatments and other specialists surgeries.
You will also find the latest information on dental health issues like gingivitis and tooth decay, dental complications and what to do about them.
Plus, we will equip with you specialist and expert advice on how you can help your dentist and strengthen your oral health with effective simple day-to-day dental care.
By following our family guide to stronger oral health you will be ensuring that your teeth and gums that will remain healthy as you get older. Scroll below to discover why good oral care and health is crucial for your overall health as well as achieving a brighter and whiter smile.
Prevent Tooth and Mouth Injuries
- Smoking and Oral Health
- Tooth Decay Prevention
- Sensitive Teeth
- Tooth Discoloration
- Abscessed Tooth
- Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)
- Tooth Enamel Erosion and Restoration
- Tooth Loss
Gum Disease Prevention
- Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease (Gum Disease)
- Receding Gums
- Gum Problem Basics: Sore, Swollen, and Bleeding Gums
Brushing and Flossing
- Dental Care Products
- Fluoride Treatment
- Toothpaste Options
- Toothbrushes: The Pros and Cons of Electric and Disposable
Dental Care for Seniors
- Oral Hygiene for Seniors
- Frequently Asked Questions About Senior Dental Care & Implants
- Denture Problems
- Caring for Dentures
Treatments & Surgery
Other Dental Treatments
Latest Dental News & Articles
There are many things you must manage and look after as you grow older. Let us make that list of things more manageable by removing the stress of knowing how to best care for your oral health.
Growing older brings with it a multitude of gifts and complications! One thing that can become more difficult as you age, is knowing the best ways to look after your body and your oral health. Here are some tips on how to care for your children’s teeth and when is a good time for interceptive orthodontics.
Anyone who has suffered from a dental emergency is familiar with the intense pain and discomfort that often accompanies it. When you are in that situation yourself, it can be hard to decipher what exactly is an emergency, and what steps you should take. Read on to find out how to treat a dental emergency.
Wisdom teeth are a type of molars that develop usually between aged 17-25. They can be a cause for concern and anxiety for many people, but there is nothing to worry about and any pain can be treated by your dentist. Read on to find out everything you need to know about wisdom teeth.
Protecting for your teeth when you are playing high-contact sports is extremely important. For most of us, looking after our teeth and smile is highly important, and if we faced an incident that led to the loss of our front teeth, we would definitely struggle. Your teeth are the first thing people notice when they greet you - so you want to keep them looking as good as possible!
Dental health articles
What are the effects of smoking on your oral health?
How can you target tooth discolouration?
Will oral piercings damage my teeth?
The Perfect Smile Oral Health Guide 2020
Looking for a new dentist in your area? If you have recently relocated, or are simply unhappy with the performance of your current dentist, you may find yourself searching the dentistry market with little idea where to start or how to know which practices to trust.
We have compiled some information on the most important things to consider when you are choosing a new cosmetic dentist, which will hopefully take away some of the stress from your search. Alternatively please make an appointment with TPS on 01992 552115.
What do I need to know about caring for my teeth as I grow older?
What are the best ways to prevent mouth injuries?
How can I deal with a toothache?
What is an abscess and how do you treat it?
Changes to your teeth – from birth to adulthood
Is your electric toothbrush damaging your teeth?
I have had an excellent experience having my teeth done here. The staff are all lovely and Dr David Bloom is exceptionally good, explaining everything, making suggestions and the finished work was beyond my expectations. Crucial to my treatment was a referral to the periodontist to address gum disease that was present. I can happily recommend Dr David Bloom and his team as the standard of the work is superb. I am very happy with the work undertaken.
I had a great experience. I was made to feel so comfortable by the team and Dr Sam took time to explain the whole process. I had veneers fitted. I highly recommend them.