Maintaining good oral health and having an effective daily dental hygiene routine is an important part of our lives and positively impacts our overall well-being. Regular visits with the dentist in Chester, at least twice a year for maintenance of healthy teeth, and more frequent in the event of dental issues, is vital in ensuring that your teeth are clean, strong, healthy and that dental problems can be detected early, treated more successfully and further complications are avoided. Poor oral hygiene can result in many different issues of the teeth beginning with the build-up of plaque and the formation of tartar which is the root cause of many different diseases. If left untreated plaque and tartar can result in cavities, tooth decay gum diseases including gingivitis and periodontitis and can even lead to eventual tooth loss. It is important to visit your dentist in Chester regularly to ensure such issues are detected before they can fully present themselves and therefore help avoid more serious issues and ultimately help retain your natural teeth for as long as possible.
Emergency care and general treatment at the dentist
In an accident or emergency which may have affected your teeth, it is essential that you see your dentist in Chester as soon as possible. Your dentist can provide emergency dental treatment, and the sooner that you are able to book an appointment and be checked by one of our dentists, the greater chance there is of successful recovery depending on the extent of the injury. Emergency dental care is available for issues such as toothache, chipped or broken teeth, problems with your fillings or crowns and other issues such as abscesses and facial swelling. These can be painful and uncomfortable problems and it is essential that you see your dentist as soon as possible to not only help treat the pain and discomfort but also prevent further complications and permanent damage. Your comfort, ease and well-being are our priority so you can rest assured that any treatment will be carried out with as minimal discomfort as possible, using anaesthetics where necessary. Your dentist will examine the extent of the damage and restore your teeth either temporarily or permanently and also prevent infection at the same time which will help prevent other problems and also help improve the overall health of your teeth.
To meet the demands and requirements of the modern age of social media, selfies, and in accordance with advances in dental technology, there are now many different types of cosmetic dentistry available. Everyone wants to be able to smile more brightly and more beautifully and although previously dental treatment as an adult may have been embarrassing or uncomfortable, and avoided, cosmetic dentistry is designed to be discreet, convenient and comfortable to suit your hectic lifestyle but also meet your dental needs. If your teeth are healthy, whether you suffer from stained or discoloured teeth, misaligned, wonky, crooked teeth, gapped teeth or overcrowding, teeth of different shapes and sizes, speak to your dentist in Chester to find out the variety of different treatment options which are available for you to help achieve the smile that you are looking for.