An age-old problem

Posted on 23 October, 2012  in Dental Care

In an increasingly ageing society, it is perhaps surprising that people living in care homes have such poor access to dental care.

Sadly, this is an unintended consequence of the 2006 NHS Dental contract. The domiciliary dental sector is currently estimated at two million patients and is expected to double by 2020, making it a rapidly emerging new private sector niche.

CQR Dentures

Posted on 11 October, 2012  in Dental Care

CQR Dentures technology enables our patients to advantage from the cutting-edge of contemporary science. This new building process allows us to make a denture that can be exclusively modified to the shape and function of the person patient. This means that muscles of the jaw can work additional efficiently to allow a better chewing action. They are also steadier so that you can feel surer when smiling and talking. There’s less resistance against the gums too!

CQR Dentures provide many health and way of life benefits to give you the self-assurance that your dentures are effectual and well-fitting.
Dentures, also known as false teeth, are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and which are supported by surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable; though there are a lot of dissimilar denture designs, some which rely on bonding or grasping onto teeth or dental implants. There are two main categories of dentures, depending on whether they are used to put back absent teeth on the mandibular arch or the maxillary arch.
Dentures can create a person look and feel elder than they are and limit their everyday pleasure of eating and talking contentedly. CQR Dentures give many of our patients the chance of a new excellence of life’, helping make your mind up many of the evils caused by conservative dentures. High Street Dental Care is proud to be the primary dental practice in the UK to offer CQR Dentures technology.

New CQR Dentures technology

Patients can turn out to be entirely edentulous (without teeth) for many reasons, the majority of common being taking away because of dental disease characteristically relating to oral flora control, i.e. periodontal disease and tooth decay. Other reasons comprise tooth developmental defects caused by harsh malnutrition, hereditary defects such as dentinogenesis imperfecta, trauma, or drug use.

Dental implants

Posted on 12 July, 2012  in Dental Care

If you end up missing teeth and wish to eat your favourite foods, increase your chewing ability and improve your appearance and speech, then our Dental Implants Melton Mowbray treatments is the solution. A dental implant replaces the muse of a missing tooth. Initially, the dentist places the implant into the jawbone. After a period of 3-6 months, depending upon certain factors, the dentist taps a post or abutment into the implant. The post projects through the gum and gives the support for a porcelain crown or removable denture.
A few years ago, dentists would replace missing teeth with crowns, fixed bridges or dentures. Bridges require healthy teeth to be decrease and traditional dentures can often be unstable. Dentists can replace one tooth or multiple teeth with dental implants.

Dental Implants Melton Mowbray

From our dental implant centre in Melton Mowbray we provide dental implants and advanced cosmetic dentistry treatments to the best possible standards. We provide the most recent dental technology and our highly experienced dental surgeons are trained in advanced techniques in implant surgery.

Procedures used for dental implants

Implants ought to be placed without affecting the other teeth. Reckoning on oral hygiene conditions you may be advised how long the surgery will take and value. Your Dentist should check structure of your living bone. This will ensure it match with new implant to forestall too large teeth that won’t fit in your mouth comfortably. The new replacement should be rooted on gap. However it requires a process known as an osseointegration to allow the hot implant anchor with jaws bone.
This process is time jaw takes to heal after successful implant. It is important to to learn basic hygiene measures on the right way to manage implants. Unlike dentures, dental implants has high success rate and most patients prefer this method. You’re required to follow the medical prescription given by dentist after successful implant. With good care after surgery your jaw will heals quickly. It’s essential use cold ice after surgery to allow your jaw to rest since it recuperates. For quicker recovery you’ll get antibiotics that can assist you heal would after surgery. Additionally prescribed antibiotics could also prevent other dental infections.

Hygienic measures to avoid periodic disease

Regular brushing will improves your mouth hygiene and remove any debris that could cause infection. Like regular brushing you’ll have to floss your teeth. We suggest to regular visit in your dentist for check. Experienced Dentist will always come up with advice on food to eat to improves your health and prevent more infection. It’s good to grasp which kind of food so that you can react with the implants, as some may damage your implants. The hot button is ensuring if you undergo surgery for dental implant it’s going not to make you’re feeling uncomfortable.