10 Reasons You Should Book A Hygienist Appointment

No matter how tip top you keep up with your oral hygiene, you can’t beat a hygienist appointment. Whilst our dental team can carry out a scale and polish during your check up if you don’t require any further work, it is not nearly as extensive as a dedicated hygienist. Looking after your teeth and gums is not only a fundamental part of your overall health, they can also have a serious impact on your confidence. By visiting our hygienist regularly, we’ll ensure you continue to keep the healthy smile you’re more than happy to flash. Here’s 10 reasons you should be making an appointment.

1. Reaching those hard to get spots

No matter how good you are at brushing your teeth, there will still be areas that can’t quite get the same careful treatment. Either in between teeth or behind the very back ones, these can often be neglected. Our hygienist uses special instruments to attack any hidden plaque and tartar build up.

2. Detecting dental problems

It may have been a while since your last dental check-up or an issue may have arisen suddenly. Either way, the hygienist can spot underlying problems such as tooth decay, faulty fillings and any infection around your gums.

3. Stop bleeding gums

If your gums are inflamed or bleed when you brush, this is a glaring sign of gum disease. Easily treated if caught early, you will be shown how to properly clean around your gums and prevent this in future.

4. Spot cancer warning signs

During your appointment, you will also be screened for oral cancer. This type of cancer is entirely curable if detected early. We will also chat you through the main risk factors and give you advice on how to reduce them. If you are a tobacco smoker, hygienist appointments will be even more highly recommended than usual.

5. Prevent other diseases

Gum disease and poor oral health can be linked to other ailments and syndromes including diabetes and heart disease. Your full oral health screening will uncover symptoms related to these diseases.

6. Breathe easier

Even by brushing and using mouthwash regularly, your breath may not stay fresh for long. If you feel conscience of your breath, you may be suffering from halitosis. During a hygiene appointment a deep clean of your teeth and under the gum line should alleviate most causes of bad breath.

7. Keep your teeth!

Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss. During the later stages, teeth can become very painful and infected. At this point there is often no other option than to remove the tooth. Our hygienists priority is to ensure this does not happen.

8. Whiten your teeth

A bit part of your hygienist appointment is stain removal. Some stains caused by coffee, red wine or tobacco cannot be removed by brushing alone and require professional treatment to restore your teeth to their natural whiteness.

9. Improve your confidence

With all this combined, you have teeth which not only feel cleaner but look whiter too! When your teeth are in the best possible condition, you won’t be able to help smiling in turn improving your mood and self-esteem.

10. Avoid trips to the dentist

It may sound like a contradiction but the more frequently you visit the hygienist, the LESS frequently you will need to visit your dentist. As small tooth decay signs can be easily spotted and taken care off, larger issues will be prevented.

 

 

At Karma Dental Care, we have an extensive Hygienist Menu available depending on your needs. With the festive season coming up, book an Air Flow Polishing treatment to brighten up before your event leaving your teeth feeling smooth and fresh.

Looking After Your Children’s Teeth

Children are not just young adults. Baby teeth, milk teeth or deciduous teeth are the first set of teeth we all have but most of us barely remember. These teeth are essential in the development of the mouth, paving way for our adult teeth which we’ll (if we’re lucky) have for the rest of our lives. Beginning to show signs around the 9 month mark, a full set of baby teeth will be through by their 2nd birthday.

 

The first few visits to the dentist chair can be traumatic – especially when you’re so young. We aim to treat your little ones with as much care and patience as they need.  At Karma Dental Care, we will help you instil healthy habits to protect their smiles for years to come. A full range of dental treatments are available for the specific needs of our patients at every age.

 

Unsure of when to take your child for their first check up?

The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD) suggests no later than their first birthday when they are aware of their surroundings. Dental fear affects 1 in 4 of us to varying degrees and we believe making your child comfortable early on will help prevent dental anxiety in the future.

By introducing your child to their dentist early we can establish a relationship and element of trust leaving them relaxed during their visits. We can then spot any issues before they develop into anything more serious. From early tooth decay to overcrowding, these can be treated preventing any major tooth damage.

 

On their first visit we will assess any cavity risks and talk through any signs that dummies and thumb sucking may be influencing normal tooth growth. We will also share tips and advice for at home measures to further prevent tooth decay including brushing techniques, flossing and diet to contribute to your child’s positive oral health.

 

We have a close affiliation with several schools in the area. Contact us to see if yours is included and we may have a few treats!

 

 

Tips to Help Look After Your Little One’s Little Teeth

 

  1. Be the good example. Showing your children good oral health habits at home is important to establishing routines. Make it a family time!
  2. Introduce a song or story whilst you brush their teeth as a distraction. Along with a routine of inside, outside, biting surfaces and gums will make sure no side is forgotten.
  3. Brush with care. As baby teeth are still fragile, use a soft bristle brush and a tiny smear of fluoridated toothpaste to begin with whilst their enamel begins to harden.
  4. Make sure they eat breakfast. There is evidence that kids who eat a high protein breakfast have noticeably reduced cravings for sweet treats later in the day.
  5. Go sugar free! Opt for sugar free juices like squash ad avoid fizzy drinks. These are prime culprits for tooth decay.
  6. Discourage the use of dummies and thumbsucking. This can move the alignment of the front teeth over time causing an over or underbite to form.
  7. Introduce flossing early. Once your child’s teeth start to fit close together flossing is important to move any deeply lodged bits of food which can lead to tooth decay or gum disease.
  8. Wear a mouth guard. If your child is involved in combat or high impact sports, ensure they protect their teeth and gums with a mouth guard.
  9. Visit your dentist regularly. Make sure not to miss an appointment, children should be visiting twice a year or more frequently if advised.
  10. Always keep an eye on any early signs of tooth decay. Any sensitivity or pain they may be trying to hide should be looked at right away.

 

Chiropractic treatments – what to expect

This month we welcomed Luke Grace to Karma Dental Care!

Luke is a chiropractor specialising in holistic solutions. If you require relief from physical symptoms including back or joint pain, headaches, low energy, digestive upset, hormonal imbalance, or holistic care to support other health care you are receiving; Luke’s diverse, unique and integrative tool bag provides expert holistic solutions. Each session is is tailored to the individual for a truly bespoke experience.

 

Initial Consultation

 

Form and Assessment

After booking a session you are sent a short online form which takes less than 10mins to complete. Your answers are then studied before meeting you. A full heath & wellbeing history is taken, exploring your complete timeline past & present to understanding the full holistic picture of your current condition. It can be surprising to realise the interconnectedness of how your body works & becomes injured.

Examination

A detailed specialised examination is performed using a dynamic range of tests including orthopaedic, neurological, Chiro and kinesiology, gaining a vital appreciation of your spine, nervous system and body.

Explanation

We appreciate you want to understand what is happening with your body, after the examination a full explanation is given of what we have found and what this means. We communicate how we can support your recovery, the timeline and progression of your unique care plan, and additional wellbeing tools you can use to speed up this journey.

Treatment

With your permission we take positive action towards your recovery from day one by including a treatment on your first visit, as we appreciate easing your discomfort is a priority to you. Each and every treatment will be tailored to your unique requirements and preference. We use:

• Spinal Adjustments
• Upper Limb & Lower Limb Adjustments
• Dry Needling
• Cranial-Sacral Techniques
• Soft Tissue Organ Massage
• Reiki Techniques
• Mind-Body Techniques

 

After your initial consultation, there is a choice of 3 different appointments. Many clients choose just the Holistic Spinal Treatments, or they mix and match between all options. It is completely up to you.

 

Holistic Spinal Treatment

We focus purely on your body, specifically focusing on your spine, muscles, joints, organ tissue & nervous system.

This treatment involves:

• kinesiology assessment before & after treatment.
• spinal adjustments.
• upper & lower limb adjustments.
• soft tissue organ massage.
• cranial-sacral therapy.
• dry needling.

 

This is the perfect treatment if you:

• have pain your back, neck, jaw, or any other joint or muscle in your body.
• feel a lack of energy.
• feel stiff, tight, achy.
• have pain and/or inflammation in an area of your body.
• feel like your body is out of alignment/synch.

 

Holistic Session

We expand our focus to include your body-mind complex and your energy.

This is a completely unique session giving you a holistic re-set, physically, mentally, emotionally & energetically.

 

This session involves – all the techniques used in the ‘Holistic Spinal Treatment’ above and:

• body-mind therapy.
• meditative techniques including guided visualisations and breath work.
• energy techniques from Reiki.
• energy techniques from Shamanic Medicine.
• email support with transcripts of guided meditations when relevant.

 

This is the perfect session if you are looking to:

• create stress relief & maintain stress management in your life.
• take body-mind holistic approach to your health condition.
• find a holistic solution to chronic pain.
• expand & enhance your meditative or yoga practice.
• work with the deeper underlying cause of a body pain/ache/condition.
• understand & apply advanced energetic principles & techniques into your wellbeing & lifestyle.
• consciously accelerate your unique self-growth journey.

 

Advanced Holistic Session

We guide you to connect deeply with your own body & mind connection, reprogramming a part of yourself to be in alignment with how you are aiming to feel, think, act, and be, around a particular theme or area of your life.

 

This session involves:

• all the techniques used in the ‘Holistic Spinal Treatment’ above.
• all the techniques used in the ‘Holistic Session’ above
• a much longer time period to delve deeper with the Reiki, shamanic & body-mind tools we use.

 

This is the perfect session if you are looking to:

• change a recurring pattern in your life.
• change how you respond to a particular situation or person.
• understand an area of your life where you feel blocked or restricted.
• grow & enhance your meditation or yoga practice.
• understand & apply advanced energetic principles & techniques into your wellbeing & lifestyle.
• consciously accelerate your unique self-growth journey.

For pricing and to book online please visit the booking page HERE.

Why dental implants are the best option for missing teeth.

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Losing a tooth whether through accident, injury or illness can be a pretty harsh blow to your self-confidence – especially if it’s one of your front teeth! Tooth loss is more common than you think as we’ve gotten better at hiding or replacing the issue.

If the thought of a denture fills you with dread, we don’t blame you. They can be troublesome to maintain and not forgetting the discomfort as you get used to it. Thankfully technology has developed, and dental implants are the way to go.  These are the only long-term option for tooth replacement. Unless you neglect your oral health, implants will last you the rest of your life! A small investment I’m sure you’ll agree.
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So what are they?

A dental implant is a synthetic tooth root placed in your jaw to support a crown or other prosthetic tooth. Created from titanium, it screws into and fuses with the jawbone replacing the missing root (you are of course anaesthetised for the procedure).  An implant is formed of three components: the post, abutment and the restoration. The whole process is completed in stages:

  • The damaged tooth is removed.
  • Your jawbone is prepared for surgery, depending on the health of your jaw bone, grafting may be required.
  • After your jawbone heals, the dental implant metal post is inserted into your jawbone.
  • You go through a healing period that may last several months.
  • Your oral surgeon places the abutment, which is an extension of the implant metal post. (In some cases, when the implant is stable, this can be done at the same time that the implant is placed.)
  • After the soft tissue heals, your dentist will make moulds of your teeth and jawbone and later place the final tooth or teeth.

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How natural do they look?

When it comes to appearance, implants look and feel natural. They are fully customised to fit perfectly with the surrounding teeth and are in essence a clone of the tooth they are replacing. As the root is also replaced, the void which was left by the previous tooth is filled. If the void is left empty, surrounding teeth can move and further disrupt the dental composition. Implants help keep the rest of your teeth in place, so no others will suffer as a result.

Can I eat as normal?

Whilst a denture can take some getting used to and make eating troublesome, you don’t need to take any special care with implants. One of the biggest complaints about dentures is having to change what you eat. Depending on the placement, dentures can slide about a bit so don’t stay in place well enough to eat things like steak or apples. Implants are locked in place by your jaw bone so you can eat and drink as normal.
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If you have a missing tooth, speak to our team about dental implants as an option. The process will require one or more surgical procedures, we will ensure you have a thorough evaluation to prepare.
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Stress and Oral Health

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Did you know that stress may have an impact on your dental health? As if you needed anymore on your plate. Knowing how stress and dental health are connected may help you fight any issues that may arise.

Stress can contribute to Teeth Grinding

Bruxism is the technical expression for habitual tooth grinding and jaw clenching. For a lot of people, grinding and pruning are natural responses to frustration and stress. Teeth grinding, however, usually occurs during sleep, which means people are often unaware of the issue. Flatter tips of the tooth and a sore jaw are common symptoms of bruxism.

Stress can worsen signs of the temporomandibular joint, or temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD), affects their jaw joint and associated muscles utilised in moving the jaw and neck. Similar to bruxism, stress is regarded as a contributing factor in TMD, inducing jaw clenching, joint pain, headache and even clicking and popping of the jaw.

Your Own Immune System Is Weakened During Times of Anxiety

Anxiety can in fact endanger your immunity system, increasing your risk of oral diseases. Many people experience dry mouth, placing them in a higher risk of developing cavities. Others contract canker sores when stressed. Stress can even increase your odds of experiencing gum disease.

Keep Good Oral Hygiene and wellness, Even During Difficult Times

Maintaining your dental wellness routine in tip top condition, especially when you are stressed, is vital. Continue to practice good dental hygiene and you’ll shield your mouth from infection and decay. For many people, its hard to see the consequences of pressure on their bodies until something happens. That’s why it’s important to visit your dentist on a regular basis, as she or he could discover the telltale stress signs on your mouth and help you to cure any difficulties.

We Want To Make Life Easier For You

When you are under a great deal of pressure or life gets tough, their last thing you think about is your dental health. We would like to make things easier for you by helping you to avoid any dental health problems not only when you are stressed out, but all of the time! – Learning to cope with the unavoidable pressures of life in a positive manner will increase your oral and overall health.
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Nevertheless, if you do feel you’re experiencing any signs of bruxism, TMD or other dental health problems, call us and make an appointment.
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Facts Everyone Should Know About Teeth Whitening

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Teeth Whitening

Choosing to whiten your teeth will have you smiling more often and have a fantastic affect on your confidence! Here we answer some of the common questions you may have on the treatments available.

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How does it work?

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Whilst there are horror stories of tooth damage via cheap whitening alternatives, if used correctly teeth whitening is a perfectly safe treatment. Your teeth have tiny pores just as your skin does and it is through these small holes that dark coloured food and drinks penetrate. Smoking, red wine, curries, tomato based sauces and coffee are renown for staining teeth. It is a compound called chromogens which give certain food and drinks their bold colour and stain your teeth, also tannins and acids make your teeth much more susceptible to staining.  The active ingredients used in the whitening process work by opening the pores and gently lifting the stains out. The teeth then naturally rehydrate and remineralise after treatment.

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How white will my teeth get?

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There is no guarantee of how white your teeth will become. Those with deep stains must be patient with the process and realistic that this may take a few rounds of treatment to achieve the desired shade. Your dentist will talk you through the expected results.

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Delivery

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We use bespoke whitening trays fitted for your teeth to deliver the whitening gels. This ensures we capture every surface of the tooth for even coverage and protect your gums.

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What about laser whitening?

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Laser treatment might seem like a quick fix solution with some clinics offering up to 10 shades lighter in a single session. Whilst it is EU approved, it is not an option for those with sensitive teeth. The process accelerates the gel to work faster dehydrating the teeth quickly to remove stains.

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Sensitivity

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You might worry that sensitivity means damage but it’s not the case. The gels used to open the pores in your teeth will dehydrate the tooth temporarily which dulls their ability to defend the nerves from changes in temperature. This tends to last for 12-36 hours when we recommend using a fluoride rich toothpaste to care for your teeth and encourage rehydration.

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Will my implants whiten?

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Synthetic teeth and caps cannot be whitened, these are created to match your current teeth. If you are considering implants or veneers with the view to whiten, we would suggest whitening your teeth first then matching your implants to your new shade. Or alternatively, if you already have implants, you may want to consider having these replaced following a whitening treatment.

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Home Kits

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Other than in practice Enlighten Whitening treatments, we also offer Boutique Whitening kits to take home and whiten your teeth at your own leisure. The optimum time to whiten your teeth is just before you go to sleep. This time allows your teeth to remineralise and rehydrate without interruption of eating and drinking.

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How long does it last?

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Teeth whitening is never permanent, though avoiding known staining culprits it can be easy to maintain. Whilst the treatment will lift deep stains, if you revert to a diet including dark coloured food and drinks as before your teeth will again absorb the particles that develop into stains over time. The aging also process contributes to your teeth yellowing over time. You can of course arrange for whitening touch ups to combat this.  Ensure you take good care of your teeth and the results will last much longer.

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If you’re thinking about whitening your teeth, book a consultation to speak to our team about options available to you.

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5 Tooth Decay Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

Also known as cavities or dental caries, this is where the hard outer surface of your teeth (enamel) is damaged. If you don’t brush or floss regularly, you can find a build-up of plaque appear on your teeth. Plaque is a bacterial film that feeds on the debris of food and drink attached to your teeth. If left to thrive for too long, plaque can bore through your teeth’s enamel creating little holes. Once these holes appear, you’ll know you have tooth decay. If you have any of the following symptoms, book an appointment ASAP before the decay spreads.

Tooth Sensitivity

If you’ve recently developed sharp pains when eating or drinking something particularly hot, cold, sweet or acidic, this is a definite tell-tale sign for tooth decay. Caused by the holes bored by plaque, the nervous cells are exposed to the elements and are not shy is letting you know about it.

 

Stains

If you notice a brown, black or white discoloured spot on your tooth this can be down to decay. Although cavities typically first look like little white marks, they can eventually pick up stains from the foods and beverages you consume, turning them a different colour.

 

Toothache

Decay is the most common cause of toothache, wisdom teeth growing in, injury and sinus infection can cause it too. If toothache has appeared suddenly and nothing else about your health has changed, this could definitely be down to a cavity. Once plaque has eroded your enamel, it then bores through the next layers of tooth to the pulp. The tooth pulp is made of living tissue and more likely to become inflamed and painful.

 

Pits In Your Teeth

Once tooth decay has formed, and erosion gets worse, the cavity can then appear as a hole or pit in your tooth visible to the naked eye. This will usually present itself with pain and sensitivity at this stage.

 

Pain When You Bite Down

This can be a sign that your tooth pulp has been damaged. Worse still, this can be a sign that the pulp has died due to infection and pressing down on the root below. This type of pain can also be present when a tooth has been cracked and if either is left untreated may result in the tooth being extracted. Whatever the cause, come and see us straight away!

 

Hopefully these symptoms haven’t worried you too much that the slightest pain will result in tooth extraction. If you are suffering from any aches and pains in your teeth, phone and speak to our team. We aim to see all emergency patients the very same day where possible.

How do Smilelign clear aligners actually work?

With clear aligners, straightening your teeth couldn’t be easier. We use Smilelign for this revolutionary method. These clear braces are virtually invisible and remove the need for traditional and obvious wire braces, allowing you to discreetly undergo treatment and achieve your future smile.

Smilelign consists of a series of clear aligners, each marginally different in shape, that fit over your teeth and move them in gradual stages until they are in the desired position. They are removable, comfortable and, in comparison to fixed brackets, remarkably improve your overall oral hygiene.

 

So how does the process work?

Book a consultation.

In your initial appointment we’ll assess your teeth are suitable for the treatment. If so, we’ll take initial impressions which are sent off to the UK Smilelign lab.

 

Planning.

At the lab, your impressions are scanned by a skilled technician. This is where the precision planning begins. The movement of each tooth is plotted using specialised software to predict your future smile. This plan is then sent back to Karma Dental.

 

Return appointment.

When we have your treatment pan back from the lab we’ll show you what can be achieved. We’ll also have you try out a set of pre-aligners, these act like the clear braces will but without the pressure needed to move your teeth into their new positions.

 

Let’s begin.

If you are happy with how your teeth will look we can begin your treatment. Your aligners will be custom made to fit your teeth. Each brace is worn for 3-4 weeks, gently moving your teeth in the direction of your treatment plan. You then switch aligners and continue through your course.

 

Smile!

Once complete, you won’t be able to stop smiling! We’ll talk through how to maintain your gorgeous new smile and you’re on your way.

If you’re interested in beginning your Smilelign journey, contact us to book your first consultation and we’ll answer any questions you may have.

How to Treat Heavily Stained Teeth

Ageing is a crucial factor in lifestyle. It also plays a big role in the state of our teeth. With several different factors like diet, genes and habits – with time, our once pearly whites become yellowish and stained. According to the World Health Organization, emotional issues can also be caused by discoloured teeth. Our self esteem begins to decrease and we can even become uncomfortable socialising. That’s why it’s important to either prevent or spot and treat stained teeth early on. On the other hand, the great news is the harm is preventable!

 

What are the key causes of tooth discolouration?

Teeth discolouration is the most common issue among patients. First we determine the cause of the stains so as to offer adequate treatment. Stains might be external, this is usually brought on by smoking or excessive consumption of particular foods or beverages like coffee, tea, sodas, berries, etc.

Discoloration may also be internal because of injury, excessive fluoride exposure or the use of tetracycline during youth or hereditary dental malformations.

 

Are veneers the best option for patients with intensely stained teeth?

The treatment plan depends upon the case, kind of discolouration and anticipation of the patient. Here at Karma Dental, we decide on the appropriate treatment based on a comprehensive evaluation and after discussing the various options with our patients.

 

Is there a long term solution?

The treatment depends upon the sort of discolouration. Simple external stains may be removed through hygienist visits by professional cleaning and polishing. Resistant stains may be whitened with at home whitening or internal whitening methods. Veneers or crowns are sometimes the ideal permanent solution for severe staining.

 

Could patients maintain their dental hygiene patterns throughout the process of getting their veneers fitted?

Regular brushing and flossing is suggested for all patients. Perfectly fitted veneers/crowns don’t induce gingival bleeding as long as you maintain excellent dental hygiene and visit the hygienist regularly.

 

Any final methods for patients with heavily stained teeth?

Prevention is the key:

Avoid smoking, staining foods and beverages.

Use non abrasive tooth pastes.

Maintain excellent dental hygiene.

Visit the dental hygienist every 4-6 months.

Prevent excessive exposure to fluoride for your kids.

 

If you’re considering professional treatment for stained or discoloured teeth, contact our team! We’ll advise on the right solution for you.