All You Need to Know About Metal Braces

There are many types of braces, which can all help with improving the appearance of crooked teeth. Metal braces are a common dental treatment that uses a special kind of metal wire and bracket to keep the teeth in position. Many people pit metal braces vs ceramic...

What to Know About Bleeding Gums

Many people will experience bleeding gums at some point in their life. At times people may notice their gums bleeding randomly with no apparent cause, but there is usually an underlying cause.  The causes of bleeding gums include being too rough when brushing and...

What to Know About a Tooth Infection

An infection can affect a tooth the same they affect other areas of the body. A tooth infection can commonly result from a tooth abscess, where bacteria enters the tooth itself and forms pus inside of it, which can then cause an infection that spreads into the gums or...

What to Know About Tooth Caps

Tooth caps, or dental crowns as people also call them, are small caps in the shape of a tooth that goes on top of a cracked, damaged or broken tooth. Tooth caps look and feel the same as a healthy tooth and are a reliable option as a permanent treatment for teeth....

Chipped Teeth, Signs, Symptoms & Solutions

A chipped tooth is when a piece of tooth enamel comes off of a tooth. Having a chipped tooth is not normally a serious problem, but large chips can cause cosmetic issues and pain in some cases.  If you have a newly chipped tooth you may be wondering what to do...

All You Need to Know About Crown Replacement

A dental crown can help fix the appearance of decay or damage within a tooth and prevent toothache, gum disease or other problems from occurring. Using a temporary crown will help during dental the initial phase of the treatment to prepare the mouth and surrounding...

All You Need to Know About Front Tooth Crowns

What is a front tooth crown? A front tooth crown is essentially an artificial tooth that provides protection to a partially damaged tooth. Front tooth crowns are usually around 2mm thick and typically made from porcelain to mimic the appearance of your surrounding,...

Common dental crown problems and how to fix them

The main purpose of a dental crown is to protect and restore the tooth to its natural appearance and function. While traditional crowns are designed to last anyway between 5 to upwards of 20 years, dental crown problems can occur for a number of reasons. If you do...

How much does a dental crown cost in the UK?

The cost of a dental crown (also known as a tooth cap) depends on a number of factors, including the reason the crown is needed (accident, injury, decay, poorly installed previous crown etc). The type of crown also affects cost, as does the dentist’s pricings (or the...

Explaining the process of dental crown procedures

Dental crowns, also known as dental tooth caps, are used to restore functionality to decayed or otherwise damaged teeth. The procedure to fit dental crowns is explained in detail below. The dental crown procedure: explained The process for dental crown (also known as...