You may or not have heard of Invisalign, but this modern technique is certainly a strong contender for treating misaligned teeth. We take a look at traditional braces vs Invisalign and the main factors that will influence your decision in either direction.
As dental implants aren’t ‘live’ per se, it’s understandable to be confused over what dental implant aftercare is required and why it’s so important. We explain how you can prolong the life of your dental implants with appropriate aftercare.
We understand that replacing teeth is not a hasty decision – it’s an investment into the future health of your mouth as well as a means of restoring confidence in your smile. Whether it’s dental implants, dentures or bridges, it’s important to choose the option that is best for you. To help you on your tooth replacement journey, we’ve summarised some of the most popular dental implant FAQs.
When considering dental implants, you might be thinking, how long do dental implants last for? We discuss how you can make your implants last a lifetime.
Aside from the obvious cosmetic reasons, there are some significant health reasons to replace missing or damaged teeth. Dental implants have become widely used in mainstream dentistry as an attractive alternative to dentures and bridges.
Getting your travel vaccinations is an important step to ensuring that you have a happy and healthy, well-deserved break. When it comes to deciding which travel vaccinations you need, unfortunately, one size does not fit all and your requirements will depend on many factors including location, activities, vaccination history, length and time of stay. To help you on your way, we’ve provided an overview of some of the most popular destinations you need vaccinations for.
If you’re shortly heading off to more exotic climes, then you may find the availability of the travel vaccinations required to protect your health, a little more ‘exotic’ too. Unfortunately, not all travel vaccinations are widely available or free, which means that you might have to seek your vaccinations at a private travel clinic or combine both NHS and private healthcare.
The childhood vaccination programme in the UK helps to give protection from a number of diseases, but if you are travelling to other parts of the world, including Europe, you may need additional travel vaccinations and anti-malarials to protect your health while abroad.