Month: October 2015

Dealing with Bad Breath

Halitosis Having bad breath is something that no one wants but in some cases you don’t actually know you have it!  The only way you know is by being told, which can be highly embarrassing for both you and the

Stoptober is Nearly Over

But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t quit smoking. The NHS campaign ‘Stoptober’ will be coming to a close at the end of this month, although the general campaign will continue to run. Some people find the support and encouragement

Common Dental Myths and Facts

What is fact and what is fiction? There are some common misconceptions about certain things in dentistry that Blue Sky Dental are glad to put straight.  Today we discuss the top common dental myths and explain what is fact and

Children’s Teeth – Myths and Facts

No child should have tooth decay at an early age, and here are a few tips to make sure. Despite improvements in dental health care over the years, it is regularly reported that many children start primary school already showing

Mouth Cancer – Know the Facts!

Types of Mouth Cancer Mouth Cancer is the 16th most common cancer in the UK. In fact 18 people are diagnosed everyday with Mouth Cancer but by knowing the facts you could reduce the risk of developing cancer. The most

Can Oral Health Checks Detect Early Stage Dementia?

Report from the British Dental Health Foundation suggests dentists may have role to play. Dementia seems to be increasingly in the news these days, and anyone who has experienced a friend or relative having dementia will know just how painful

Taking Care of Yourself as well as your Baby

Oral Health during Pregnancy During pregnancy your hormones are all over the place. This can have an effect on your mental and physical well being. One thing that can change during pregnancy is your dental health. The hormone change in

Endodontic Care at Blue Sky Dental

root canal and tooth

Specialist dental care at our Chelmsford dental practice. Endodontics is an area of dental care that deals specifically with the inner part of the tooth (endo coming from the Greek for ‘inside’). It is an area which can mean the