We know that at the beginning of the year money can be tight, which is why we are committed to finding ways to make our cosmetic dentistry procedures more affordable than ever. At Bay Dental dentists Lancaster, we strive to help people achieve their perfect smile because we know how much of a difference it can make. Continue reading
Good oral hygiene is paramount to maintaining your teeth well into your old age. But it’s not just our teeth and gums that benefit from good dental hygiene practices. Research shows that an unhealthy mouth is not only linked to ailments like gum disease; it can also increase your risk of other serious health problems, like heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and even pregnancy complications.
Maintaining good oral health is something that is instilled in us from a very early age. Brushing teeth twice a day, flossing regularly and avoiding sugary drinks – these are the same oral health tips that most adults will have heard themselves as children and since passed on to their own children.
However, the average person now spends around 40 hours a week at work, not including the time spent commuting to and from work. Add to this the responsibilities of everyday life – running a household, raising children, attending a gym, maintaining a healthy social life – and it’s not hard to see why (or how!) more and more people are neglecting their oral health. Continue reading
The effects of having your teeth whitened can be amazing; an improved smile and increased confidence being just two of these. However, teeth whitening will only last as long as you continue to take care of your teeth.
We’ve all been brushing all our lives, but not everyone is doing it right. To improve your dental care and prolong the life of your teeth and gums, follow these simple steps.
We all know which main culprits are responsible for staining teeth. Red wine, coffee and tea are prime examples. But there are several things you consume that might be causing stains without you even realising. Some foods and drinks might not actually cause stains, but their effect on your teeth can make it much easier for other items to dull your smile.
While dental hygiene is incredibly important, sometimes the mental effects of being dissatisfied with the appearance of your smile can be far more damaging to your self-esteem and confidence than you realise or would like to admit.
It’s completely normal to scrutinise your smile – everybody has imperfections that they wish they could change, such as chips, cracks, stains and gaps. The good news is that it’s possible to achieve the perfect smile with veneers fitted by the finest dentist in Lancaster.
Having a scale and polish is an instant way of removing calculus, tartar and any stubborn surface stains on your teeth. Everyone is different in how often they require this and, as long as you’re visiting your dentist every six months, they’ll be able to recommend when you need it doing. However, there are definitely ways you can keep your own dental hygiene tip-top at home too and here are our tips to an all-round healthier mouth.
Our teeth go through a lot every day, and there are some foods and drinks which cause extra wear and tear on your smile. Here are the top things to avoid eating to keep your teeth happy and your smile sparkling:
Here at Bay Dental, we are always looking for new ways we can help our customers achieve a perfect smile! Our number one priority is making sure our customers are happy and that means making our cosmetic dentistry procedures affordable!
Teeth whitening is one of Bay Dental’s most popular services, so we have decided to make it even more exciting and give both our existing customers and new customers a sparkling new offer. With Christmas just around the corner, a bright white smile could be crossed off the wish list. Want to know more?