Six month smiles offers in London: “Intrinsic whitening” refers to whitening the dentin, or inner part of the tooth, which soaks up hydrogen peroxide gel (also called whitening gel or bleach) and becomes lighter. When peroxide is used to whiten teeth, it produces free radicals which then bind to the darkest pigments in the spaces between enamel cones. The free radicals physically shrink the pigment molecules, which reduces the darkness of the pigment. In addition, making the pigments smaller means they also reflect less light.

At Bishopsgate Dental Care we use two different types of filling to restore and repair your teeth. White fillings also known as “composite-bonded fillings” and porcelain fillings are also known as “inlay and onlay restorations”. Porcelain fillings are used when more of the natural tooth has been lost and it needs more protection. The porcelain is bonded on to the remaining tooth structure to create a virtually-invisible filling that protects the tooth from breaking or any further damage. This treatment is also known as “a three-quarter crown”. All our fillings are natural looking, no one will be able to tell you’ve had any treatment carried out. Find additional information at White fillings in London.

We are extremely happy to announce that on Friday 23rd November 2018 we won the award for Best Dental Practice In London 2018! The Dentistry Awards are the profession’s biggest celebration, recognising excellent dentistry being carried out by teams or individuals in UK & Irish dentistry for over a decade. This is the UK’s largest dental awards ceremony. This year the awards were held at the Leicester Athena.

For many people, unhappy with their nose, the prospect of having surgery is dauntingly painful, expensive and high risk with numerous complications including black eyes, breathing difficulties and infection. Non-surgical rhinoplasty, also known as a non-surgical nose job, injection rhinoplasty, or the “15-minute nose job”, can be a lower-risk, lower-cost alternative allowing patients to get straight back to their day to day life without any downtime compared to the surgical rhinoplasty or “nose-job”. For those who can’t afford the expense or downtime associated with surgery, or for those who are simply afraid to actually have surgery, it can be quite a relief to hear that there is a safer, effective option available. Find more details on The 15 minute Nose Job.

Guide for white teeths. Do you need to have healthy teeth and gums? Here are several tricks: Chew Gum That Contains Xylitol: Multiple studies have shown that chewing gum that contains xylitol twice daily helps fight tooth decay by lowering plaque buildup. Brands like Trident make gums with this ingredient, so pick up a pack and get chewing if you’re looking to whiten your teeth. While all sweetened drinks are bad for teeth, some energy and sports drinks may be worse, according to one study in General Dentistry. Researchers found that these drinks — as well as bottled lemonade — may erode tooth enamel after long-term use. The result is thin, translucent, discolored teeth. To prevent tooth erosion: Don’t sit and sip these drinks for a long time. Rinse your mouth with water when you finish drinking.