Thursday, December 5, 2013

Do you live in London and want the brightest smile in the city?

Do the people you see every day seem to have a more confident smile than you?

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Can Having Bad Teeth Effect You Mentally?

Having bad teeth can effect more than your dental hygiene. New research by Oasis Dental Care has revealed that having bad/discoloured teeth can affect your mental wellbeing too.

During a recent study they discovered that 14 million people across the UK think they have bad teeth, 70% of which feel it is having a negative impact on their lives:
  • 5.4 million (39%) stated that they tried to hide their teeth or even avoided smiling altogether.
  • 4.4 million (31%) felt less confident in public and had lower self esteem.
  • 2.1 million (15%) felt depressed.
  • 400,000 (3%) have stopped leaving their home because of their teeth.
  • 1.4 million (10%) don’t speak as much as they would if they had better teeth.
  • 1 million (7%) feel their love life has been affected.

More surprising was the difference between men and women.

Whilst only 26% of women admitted to having poor dental hygiene (compared to men at 33%), four out of 5 women were more sensitive to the impact of having bad teeth compared to just 63% of men.

What can you do?

Having bad teeth goes far beyond vanity. It can effect your emotional and mental well-being, influencing the way you approach life.
Yet having bad teeth is easy to remedy…
By simply taking better care of your teeth and enlisting the help of one of the following, you can have the smile and confidence you crave:
  • Improve your dental plan – make sure you brush your teeth at least 2 times a day with a medium sized hard toothbrush, making sure your toothbrush works in a circular motion. If you have eaten/drank anything particularly staining, wait an hour then brush your teeth. In addition, try to floss every night.
  • Visit your dentist – your dentist can offer your teeth a professional clean as well as help to mend croaked or cracked teeth by using caps, braces and veneers.
  • Consider teeth whitening – if the root of your fears is due to teeth discolouration, teeth whitening can help you to make your teeth up to 11 shades whiter in 2 weeks. Dr George’s Dental White contains a 16% carbamide peroxide (the same gel dentists use) which when it enters the pores in your teeth, creates active oxygen that converts coloured compounds into colourless compounds.
 Any one of these method can help to improve the health and appearance of your teeth, so if you are one of the 14 million people in the UK who feel you have bad teeth, why not give these a try and make sure you are no longer a statistic.

Is Poor Brushing Affecting Your Teeth?

Whilst we all know that we need to brush our teeth at least twice a day to prevent plaque and tooth discolouration, it would seem that many of us still don’t know how to brush our teeth properly. 

According to 2 studies by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, after assessing 2,000 15-16, 31-35, 60-65 and 76-80 year olds, researchers discovered only 1 in 10 knew how to brush their teeth effectively to prevent tooth decay.

From not brushing their teeth twice a day, to rinsing out their mouth straight after brushing (thus diluting the protective effect of the fluoride toothpaste), dentists we shocked to find that 90% of participants were not looking after their teeth properly.

And whilst missing the occasional brushing may feel like nothing, overtime this lack of maintenance can lead to plaque, cavities, weakened enamel and tooth discolouration.

How to brush your teeth correctly

The British Dental Association has got a number of tips to help improve the health and appearance of your teeth:
1. Use a small head on your toothbrush as this will make it easier to remove food from all the nooks and crannies.
2. Opt for a medium or soft brush.
3. The best way to brush your teeth is to use a circular action (not up and down) and make sure you take your time on each area and that you reach to the back of your mouth (this is where bacteria usually accumulates).
4. Clean your teeth for a minimum of 2 minutes twice a day.
5. Your toothpaste should contain a fluoride concentration of at least 1,350ppm.
6. Floss between your teeth in the evening to remove the build up of detritus.
However if you’re still worried that you are not cleaning your teeth properly the British Dental Association recommend doing the following every time you brush:
  • Placing the head of the toothbrush against your teeth, tilt the bristle at a 45 degree angle to your gum line.
  • Begin moving your brush in a circular motion several times over each tooth, making sure you cover the entire area of the tooth.
  • Brush the outer surfaces of your teeth with your bristles angled at 45 degrees to your gums.
  • Use this same method to brush the inside of your teeth.
  • To clean the inside surfaces of your front teeth, tilt your toothbrush vertically and make small circular strokes with the front part of your brush.
  • Lastly brush your tongue as this will help to freshen your breath and keep your mouth clean as it will remove bacteria.
Note: every time you’re ill you should change your toothbrush.

Follow this dental plan and you can ensure that your teeth stay clean and healthy. However if your teeth have been overexposed to staining foods and drinks to the point that your toothbrush cannot readily remove it, then teeth whitening may be able to help.
Made from 16% Carbamide Peroxide (the same concentration as dentists), Dr Georges Dental White can help to convert coloured compounds into colourless compounds and help to whiten your teeth by up to 11 shades.

Can Tooth Spray Be The Answer To Damaged Teeth?

Often one of the biggest reasons many of us turn to teeth whitening is due to the appearance of discoloration on our teeth.

Now whilst a lot of this is caused by smoking and food/drink stains, a big reason why our teeth looks yellow is because our enamel has worn away, revealing the dentin underneath.

But what if you could prevent that?

Well, if research by King’s College London and Imperial College London is correct you may soon be able to use a tooth spray that can offer increased protection for your teeth.

How does the Tooth Spray work?

Created using a type of calcium, the spray is believed to help repair damage done to your enamel whilst repairing your exposed dentin.

Simply spray a few millimetres away from your teeth and the dry powder blocks the tiny tubes in dentin – reducing their sensitivity – whilst acting as a mild abrasive, to help remove stains from your teeth. 

Is it safe?

This spray is still being developed by scientists, but once on the market it could potentially help you to overcome enamel damage and give your teeth a second chance.

Until then though there are a number of things you can do to keep your teeth healthy and stain free.
  • Avoid staining foods and drinks – sauces, wine, berries etc
  • Quit smoking – not only does smoking reduce oxygen supply to your gums, but the nicotine can cause your teeth to yellow
  • Adopt a healthy dental routine – brush your teeth at least twice a day for 2 minutes (if you want to brush after meals wait at least an hour); floss every evening; change your tooth brush every 3 months and use a medium-hard toothbrush
  • Use teeth whitening – whether you opt for our 16% carbamide Dr George’s Dental White teething gel or chose to use strips, pens or professional cleaning from your dentist; remember to follow the products instructions carefully and don’t use the product more than 2 times a year. With the right product you can whiten your teeth by up to 11 shades.
Achieving a white, healthy and natural smile is possible, no matter how old you are. Simply bear in mind the points above and you can keep your teeth, enamel and smile perfectly white.