Going to the dentist regularly is vital for your oral health. Poor oral hygiene can lead to all sorts of issues, from gum disease and bad breath to staining and tooth loss. We all dream of that perfect smile, with flawlessly straight teeth and bright, pearly whites. Unfortunately, good teeth come largely down to genetics, but there are things you can do to maintain the teeth you have.
Last week I went to the Covent Garden Dental Spa for my twice-annual clean and remembered how much I love it. All of the girls in there are so sweet, and the doctors really know what they are doing. Apart from simply cleaning your teeth, the Covent Garden Dental Spa use their brightening air-flow technology which I still haven’t found in any other dentist in London.
The process uses an air-flow machine which shoots polishing powder directly onto your teeth. If you’re considering teeth whitening but you’re not sure if you just need a good clean, I would definitely try this first. The polish removes any stains and really does make your teeth shine bright!
The airflow treatment literally just feels like someone is blowing air on your teeth, but is actually getting rid of all those coffee and red wine stains. Your teeth will literally look shades whiter after the treatment- mine sure did!
However, prior to booking my appointment at Covent Garden Dental Spa, some of my friends also recommended me to visit London based dentists Wytes and its likes for cosmetic dentistry treatments. I was told that besides dental implants, these clinics are also known for treating teeth imperfections using the techniques of composite bonding. Additionally, if you want you could also reshape your gumline and whiten your teeth for a more radiant smile.
Ultimately, you need to remember that your teeth are primarily for eating and talking. If you lose your teeth, you’ll struggle to do either. Losing teeth is a stressful experience, but as you get older it may become a regular occurrence. Affordable Dental Bridges are luckily widely available nowadays, so you can get any gaps filled in, but you’ll still need to look after your mouth as a whole. Oral health doesn’t stop at the teeth – your gums and even your tongue need some care too!
Anyways, this time I chose Covent Garden Dental Spa. If you are looking for more information, you could book your appointment at the Covent Garden Dental Spa today!