Best teeth whitening dentist north London? At Dental Perfection we always welcome new patients of all ages. The majority of our new patients are typically recommended by our existing private patients, or by those who have been referred to us by dentists seeking a specialist opinion and/or treatment from Dr Mehran Sanei, our Specialist Prosthodontist. New patients can simply call 020 7431 2710 to speak with our friendly reception team. We will quickly find the most suitable time for you whilst you are on the phone and we can answer any questions or concerns you may have before visiting our state-of-the-art dental practice in Hampstead. Find even more info at https://www.dentalperfections.co.uk/hampstead-oral-surgery.html.
Routine dental examinations are vital, not only to maintain the health of your teeth and gums but also in aiding a healthy body and lifestyle. What is the dentist looking for when he/she checks my teeth? At a routine dental check-up, the dentist is forming a diagnosis of your health in relation to the head and neck (extra-oral), all the areas inside your mouth (intra-oral), your lymph nodes, soft tissues, Temporomandibular joint, facial and chewing muscles and any exposed skin or soft tissue abnormalities. This is all in addition to checking the condition of your gums, the health of your tooth structure, looking for decay and worn or leaking restorations.
Certain illnesses such as diabetes, liver or kidney problems, nasal or stomach conditions and “dry mouth” (xerostomia) that affects the flow of saliva can be the cause of bad breath. Dental problems account for the majority of breath disorders. These can range from broken, leaking fillings or obvious infections to impacted teeth and calculus buildup that can harbor odor-causing bacteria. Bits of food that get caught between the teeth and on the tongue will rot and cause an unpleasant smell.
As an expert dental specialist, Dr Sanei will carry out a full examination including head/neck exam of glands and nodes, muscles of mastication, TMJ (jaw joint) and oral cancer checks, as well as taking important x-rays in order to discover any potential dental problems that may exist and/or arise in the future from your teeth, gums and existing restorations (fillings, crowns etc). Detailed photographs of relevant teeth will be taken and all findings will be discussed with you immediately. If any dental treatment is required, all possible options will be considered and although it would be our duty to recommend the ideal treatment option for you, your personal choices will be listened to and respected. Going forward, any treatment carried out would be with your full and informed consent. Read even more details at https://www.dentalperfections.co.uk/.
As you age, your teeth can become discoloured due to a huge number of different causes. Tea, coffee, red wine and spicy foods can all stain your teeth, and there are many other things can cause your teeth to become discoloured which can’t be fixed by simple tooth whitening. Discolouration from root canal treatment, certain medications or large resin fillings will not be affected by traditional whitening treatments, as these procedures can only bring your tooth to its lightest natural shade.