Whitening isn’t a one-time thing and won’t last forever. Teeth are always yellowing as part of the aging process. They’re also always becoming stained by the foods and drinks we consume. No matter where or how you whiten your teeth, it won’t last forever. Most teeth whitening results last from 6 months up to 2 years. The length of time depends on how easily your teeth stain, as well as your diet and lifestyle.
Here at The Smile Practice, we understand that dental emergencies rarely happen on the day before you have an appointment with us. If you should suddenly need an emergency dentist appointment at short notice, we won’t leave you waiting at the end of a queue. We always endeavour to see dental emergencies on the same day so please call as early as possible should you require urgent dental care in Oxfordshire. You can call us on 01235 602101. However, if you are experiencing significant bleeding that won’t stop, severe pain that is not helped by painkillers, or significant facial trauma, visit your local A&E department right away. Out of office hours, you can also call NHS 111 for further medical advice. Discover additional details on Emergency dentist in Oxford & Didcot, Oxfordshire.
White teeths tips. Do you wish to maintain healthy teeth and gums? Here are some advices: Eat More Foods That Contain Malic Acid: Fruits like apples, pears and strawberries are malic acid rich and can actually help with whitening teeth. Eating more of these foods will help naturally whiten teeth. Those are just but a few tips that you can hack when it comes to whitening your teeth at home. However, the best way to whiten your teeth naturally, though it may not be the most convenient, is to simply brush your teeth with an appropriate toothpaste after eating or drinking something. As long as you’re consistent, you will see vast improvements. The antibiotic tetracycline causes gray teeth in children whose teeth are still developing. Antibacterial mouthwashes that contain chlorhexidine or cetylpyridinium chloride can also stain teeth. Some antihistamines, antipsychotic drugs, and blood pressure medications cause tooth stains, as can iron and excess fluoride. If bleaching doesn’t help, ask your dentist about dental bonding, in which a tooth-colored material is applied to teeth.
Both our Didcot and Oxford clinics are patient-led practices and we guarantee to invest every year in the most modern dental treatments available to offer our patients world-class care. Being a great dentist is more than just technology though. It’s about involvement and partnership. We guarantee that you will be involved in every stage of the treatment process and that you’ll leave our practice feeling confident about your smile and about yourself. Read more details at Dentist in Oxford & Didcot – Free consultation.
We have ensured our prices are extremely competitive when compared to other laser hair removal treatments available in Oxford, Didcot and surrounding areas in Oxfordshire. As a result, our prices start from just £30. Remember we only use the best laser hair removal available to ensure excellent results and patient satisfaction. We also offer excellent discounts for a course of 6 sessions. Please see our laser fee prices for our latest prices and offers. Does laser hair removal hurt? There may be some mild discomfort, which is often compared to the sting of a rubber band. However, the treatment combines an Integrated Cooling System that reduces any feelings of discomfort. There may be some mild redness and swelling 24 hours after your treatment, but this should subside very quickly.
We are proud to be a leading Oxford expert in coolsculpting, fat freezing and liposuction with our 3D-Lipo giving instant, pain free and stunning results. The Smile Practice is proud to offer 3D-Lipo, a revolutionary new non-surgical treatment that is specifically designed to target fat, cellulite and skin tightening. The treatment is a perfect alternative to liposuction for patients looking to remove fat from the body and face. Body sculpting has seen rapid growth with many celebrities opting for 3D-Lipo over the surgical option. Find additional info at laser hair removal Didcot and Oxford.
Orthodontics is a special type of dentistry. It’s the science of making people’s smiles look amazing again. And it’s a brilliant job for any dentist. Our teams here at Didcot and Oxford get genuine personal and professional satisfaction from seeing our clients’ lives being transformed. It’s not just your appearance though. Sorting out your teeth makes them easier to clean and there’s nowhere for food and plaque to get trapped either. It improves your speech, stops gum disease, makes eating a pleasure again, and it even reduces incidents of headaches. Read more below on what exactly orthodontics and teeth straightening is, how an orthodontist works with you, and the five best treatments available from our Didcot and Oxford practices.