Preventive

Electric Toothbrush VS Manual

Parrock Street Dental are now proud to announce that we now have in stock the NEW Philips Sonicare, the newest toothbrush on the block. Sonicare’s unique technology drives fluid deep between your teeth and along the gum line for visibly cleaner teeth, healthier...

How can Sugar affect my Teeth?

Everyone knows that sugar can have a negative effect on your health. It not only effects your teeth but can also effect other parts of your body in a negative way. What is Sugar? Sugar is a sweet, crystallised substance which is obtained from various plants, most...

Visit Our Hygienist Vilma!

Taking care of your teeth is very important, and it s not only the dentist who can help you maintain the health of your teeth and gums. A dental Hygienist is also important in your on going oral care. Read on to find out why. What is a Hygienist? A Dental Hygienist is...

Caring for your Tongue.

It is not just your teeth that you need to worry about in your mouth. Your tongue, if not cared for, can harbour bacteria and cause bad breath. Information about the Tongue: Your tongue is a muscle in the mouth which performs a number of functions. It has a rough...

Help your tooth brush care for your teeth!!

Caring for your teeth is very important, caring for your tooth brush is just as important to make sure that is remains hygienic so it can do the best job possible. Did you know that your tooth brush may have Staphylococci, coliforms, pseudomonads, yeasts, intestinal...

Can eating Dairy products prevent Cavities?

Your diet plays a massive role in contribution to your health, and the health of your mouth is no exception to this. There are various food that can possibly help with maintaining a healthy mouth. Eating Cheese May help to prevent Cavities: Eating dairy products, such...

How does Smoking affect your Oral Health?

One of the main things that can affect the health of your mouth quite drastically is Smoking. If you choose to Smoke you are putting yourself at risk from numerous problems which could otherwise be avoided. Problems caused by Smoking: Smoking can lead to problems with...

How your diet can effect the health of your teeth.

We all know that we need to watch our diet in order to stay fit and healthy, by eating lots of fruit and vegetables and not eating too much junk food, but did you know that by watching what you eat, you can help to protect your teeth as well? There are particular...

Ask about Preventative Dental Care

And Avoiding the need for Dental Implants in Kent While it is true that Parrock Street is a major provider of dental implants in Kent, our services are far more wide ranging, and one thing we are particularly hot on is preventative dental care. Although we can restore...

Flossing and orthodontics

Flossing is an important part of proper dental hygiene habits. Gum disease starts between the teeth and along the gum line, places where a normal toothbrush simply cannot reach. Floss is an effective tool for preventing the build-up of plaque, but this is only true if...

Prevent disease with straighter teeth

A large percentage of common dental diseases are caused by a lack of proper dental care. In addition to regular dental checkups, the best way to avoid these kinds of dental problems is through good oral maintenance habits and with healthy eating habits. Avoiding...

Choosing the right kind of dental floss

Looking for an Orthodontist in Kent? You may want to consider a Cosmetic Orthodontic Dentist instead. Everyone knows that daily flossing is important for proper dental care. Flossing helps to remove food particles that are lodged between the teeth, which helps to...

Dealing with sensitive teeth

Many people deal with sensitive teeth. Tooth sensitivity is usually caused by a loss of the enamel, or the protective hard coating of the teeth. The loss if the tooth’s enamel allows its inner parts to become exposed to the outside world. This means that the tooth’s...

Common Causes of Halitosis

Looking for an Orthodontist in Kent? You may want to consider a Cosmetic Orthodontic Dentist instead. Halitosis is simply a term for constant bad breath. Everyone experiences bad breath at one point or another. Most people have bad breath in the mornings, because...

Brushing Infant’s Teeth

Are you looking for a dentist in Kent for children? According to studies performed by paediatric dentists tooth decay problems are the most common chronic disease to affect children. Even very young infants should receive proper dental care to help prevent developing...

Indulging your sweet tooth without damaging your teeth

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, the chances are you are struggling between wanting to indulge it and not wanting to ruin your teeth. But if the UK’s leading dental charity has anything to do with it, you won’t have to struggle for much longer – you’ll be able to reach...

5 Professional Tips from the Experts for a healthy smile

5 Tips for a healthy mouth and smile Tip 1: Brush your teeth twice a day with an electric rechargeable tooth-brush and use a mirror and go systematically to ensure you clean all areas using a fluoride toothpaste. Tip 2: Interdental cleaning with either dental...

What Post Extraction Instructions Do I Need To Follow?

When having an extraction, patients will always be given written and verbal advice on how to maintain the extraction site for a speedy recovery. Please find below the main points that should be followed: It is common for an extraction site to continue oozing blood for...

Brushing and Flossing Techniques

It is very important to invest in a good toothbrush to help maintain effective brushing and prevent gum disease. There are so many toothbrushes on the market, it can be difficult to know what to buy. We advise that any electric rechargeable toothbrush will suffice....

Kent dentist explains the effects that soft drinks have on teeth

This is a very important topic that I feel should be addressed as many people are not aware of the effects soft drinks have upon the health of your teeth. Without being too technical teeth are made from dentine and have a protective enamel around the tooth to stop it...

Why do i need dental hygiene appointments?

A recent study carried out from University College London states that over half of all adults in Britain are suffering a dental condition known as Periodontitis also called gum disease. It is most common amongst the elderly. Approximately 67% of people aged over 65...

Oral Mouth Cancer Screening

Cancer screening is a very important part of a general dental examination. Dentists not only check the health and vitality of teeth and gums but they also check the health of the whole mouth, ie, cheeks, tongue, roof and floor of mouth. Therefore it is very important...

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