Category: Advice

Dental Health – New Year Resolutions For 2021

Chelmsford prosthodontist, Hiten Pabari, looks ahead to the new year and offers some suggestions for dental related resolutions. It is probably fair to say that the vast majority of us will be glad to see the back of 2020 and

Second Lockdown – Your Questions Answered

Dental care for our Chelmsford patients during the latest Covid-19 restrictions We all hoped that it wouldn’t come to a second lockdown, but the rising numbers of new Covid-19 cases and the threats to capacity of hospitals has meant that

Don’t File Down Your Teeth!!!

A few words of warning to anyone considering this TikTok posted suggestion Sometimes, even those dentists that have been in practice for a long time are taken by surprise. We have seen people try to whiten teeth by brushing with

Going To University? Make Sure To Look After Your Teeth!

Further education offers many opportunities, but can also be a challenging time for oral health A-levels and University admissions have made the headlines in the last few days, for all the wrong reasons. Hopefully this will be sorted out soon

What Happens To Your Teeth When You Are Ill?

Chelmsford dentist, Bhavin Bhuva, explains some of the problems that can arise In normal times, the majority of us will take fairly good care of our teeth. We will brush them both morning and night in an attempt to avoid

Your Morning Tooth Care Regime – Getting It Right

Starting the day right helps to improve tooth and gum health When our alarm clock goes off in the morning, making sure that we look after our teeth well is possibly the last thing on our mind, especially if we’ve

The Adverse Effects Of Snacking On Your Teeth

Chelmsford dentist, Bhavin Buva, discusses oral health problems arising from this increasingly common habit. There was a time, not so long ago, when most of us would eat three regular meals a day, usually sitting around the table with our

Stress Resulting From Coronavirus Concerns

The impact of stress on our teeth and our overall oral health How are you coping with the ‘lockdown’? Perhaps it hasn’t made a huge difference to your lifestyle if you were already working from home, or perhaps you miss

Coronavirus Lockdown – Now And Looking Ahead

Keeping teeth healthy now and in future We now know what many of us have expected for a little while; that the current ‘lockdown’ situation is to be extended for at least another 3 weeks. What happens after that will

Children’s Oral Health Care When Off School

This extended break could lead to younger children falling out of their usual routine. During the current Coronavirus/Covid-19  situation, many of us will have our children at home for longer than we originally anticipated. Although there is a possibility that