Missing teeth can be caused by a number of factors and probably more common than you may realise. The good news is, you don’t need to shy away or hide your smile
Regular check-ups are an essential part of a good oral health routine and help to provide a preventative approach to dental issues; but at Stafford Street Dental & Implant Clinic, this is more than just a check-up
In all applicable practices, we have invested significantly in state-of-the-art air purifiers, providing a safer environment for you, your practice team and all our patients.
Our practitioners care about your oral hygiene routine, so to help you maintain a healthy mouth and smile, we have put together some handy video tips.
As our practices begin to reopen. We have put together some answers to frequently asked questions regarding your appointments and PPE.
New patient journey video
Take a look at our video to find out more about our new patient journey
Child patient journey
We understand that visiting the dentist can often be quite a big event for a child. Now things are different, we wanted to help showcase what a child should expect when they next visit the practice.
Our guide to using dental floss and interdental brushes
We have previously provided advice on how best to keep your teeth clean using a toothbrush but it’s important you also clean the hard to see or reach parts of your teeth as well.
Understanding our approach to cancellations
We are working hard to ensure that patients can return to our practices to receive the care they deserve as soon as it is safely possible.
Dental emergency guidance
Learn about some of the common dental problems and what might constitute an emergency, alongside some tips to help from home
Top tips on how to brush your teeth properly!
As we know, brushing your teeth is an essential part of your oral hygiene routine, but are we all doing it correctly? To maintain healthy teeth and gums you must use the correct routine and doing this regularly and thoroughly, will help to ensure your mouth stays healthy. Whilst we probably all do this slightly differently, we have some simple, helpful tips on how to brush your teeth for maximum oral hygiene.
How to manage ulcers
Mouth ulcers are sores that form in the mouth and can be very painful. They’re sensitive to the touch and often cause a sharp, stinging pain. More often than not, they are clearly defined - usually oval shaped - and often react to the tiniest facial movements, making eating, talking and even smiling a painful ordeal. But where do they come from, and how do we get rid of them?
Teeth whitening – how to battle stained teeth
Have you noticed that your teeth maybe aren’t quite as white as they used to be. Maybe you noticed in a photo, or after applying your favourite red lipstick. But what can be done? In this blog we break down the different types of stain, how to prevent stain and what can be done to get rid of it.
Composite restorations and buildups
Composite is the word dentists use for white, tooth coloured, filling material. Composite can be used to open up the bite when the teeth are worn out, which restores the aesthetic appearance and improves the bite.
Teeth grinding and clenching
Teeth grinding and clenching is much more common than people realise.
Everyone says- “I don’t grind my teeth! My partner isn’t reporting scraping squeaking noises at night so I’m not grinding!”
Mouth cancer awareness month
November is Mouth Cancer Awareness Month, organised by the Oral Health Foundation and we are taking part in this event.
Dentists are taught to look out for mouth cancer as part of their training, so we always examine all our patients for mouth cancer- it’s why we look under your tongue!
The environment and safety at Stafford Street Dental & Implant Clinic
We care for the environment at Stafford Street Dental Care.
Yann and Gilly Maidment and all the team at Stafford Street are concerned for the welfare of our environment and agree with Emanuel Macron that we have to take action
Passionate about prevention
At Stafford Street Dental Care we are passionate about prevention and have been over all the years we’ve been working.
What does this mean? Prevention means stopping things before they happen and what we set out to stop happening is gum disease and tooth decay.
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