January 2017

Considerations before transforming your smile in Egham

At your local Egham dentist, we offer a wide range of general dentistry including fillings, oral health checks, root canal treatments, and more. What you may not know is that we also offer a wide range of cosmetic dentistry treatments including, but not limited to: complete smile makeovers, tooth whitening, veneers and adult orthodontics. As the new year gets into full swing, you might be considering some cosmetic dentistry. It might be your reward for quitting smoking, or starting healthy new habits? Perhaps you have always put off having your smile made over because of other financial commitments, or because you were always worried about having it done, but now, everything is in place and it feels like the right time to progress? This is fantastic news for you and we'll be pleased to help you get the A list smile you deserve. However, here at your local Egham dentist, we always put you first, so if you are considering cosmetic dentistry, it is worth thinking about whether or not it is right for you first. Cosmetic dentistry can transform a person's life, giving them the confidence they never had, enabling them to be the person they always wanted to be. But it isn't right for everyone. We will always ensure you have a detailed and lengthy consultation with us to ensure that any treatment is the right option for you, but in the meantime, please consider the following to help you decide if it is the right time for you to transform your smile: Budget Cosmetic dentistry is more affordable now than it ever was before, and there are payment plans and various treatment price points available. Before you decide on cosmetic dentistry it is a great idea to do a bit of research to get an idea of different prices for different types of treatment. You should also be aware that certain treatments may need maintenance over the years, costing a little more money. When you visit us for your consultation we can offer you a completely transparent price plan to give you an idea of individual costs for your treatment plan. Options

Why "healthy" habits can cause problems you don't expect.

At this time of the year, most people are still going strong with their resolutions for the new year. This is great news, as it means a lot of our local Egham dental patients are enjoying a healthier life. Common resolutions you might be pursuing include quitting alcohol, quitting smoking, exercising more, enjoying a healthier diet, and perhaps taking up a new hobby. What you may not realise, is that although these new changes are healthy for your body, they could have a detrimental effect on your oral health. No need to light up, eat a chocolate bar, or quit that new sport just yet though; these tips will help ensure your new healthy habits can go hand in hand with a well maintained healthy smile: Juicing Adding juices to your daily routine is beneficial to your body, because increasing your intake of fruit and vegetables can only ever be a good thing. The only issue you may struggle with, is the effect of juices on your teeth. Juices, or particularly, high acid juices containing fruit, can attack the teeth and damage the enamel, causing the teeth to be more sensitive. The way to balance this out, is to try and opt for more vegetable based juices, to drink your juice through a straw, and to follow your juice with water. Sports Exercise is an important part of a healthy life, but certain sports could be risky for your teeth. Rugby, cricket, football and any sport where contact or balls are involved could cause a hazard for your teeth if they are not protected. Teeth and gums can be injured easily in certain sports, but a personalised mouthguard from your Egham dentist can help you avoid a dental emergency. Personalised mouthguards made to fit your specific teeth and gums are known to be more effective in protecting the mouth during sports. Quitting Anything

Here Are More Reasons To Keep Trying....

Smoking is a really, really bad habit and kills over 4 million people across the world every year, according to recent studies. This isn't new information for anyone, and you're especially likely to understand its implications for your health, if you're trying to quit. Smoking has endless bad effects on the body, including your dental health. Dental problems that can be caused by smoking are: ●     Stained teeth ●     Salivary gland infections ●     Unpleasant breath ●     Plaque build up ●     Bone loss ●     The potential for white patches in the mouth ●     Gum disease risk is increased ●     Healing can take longer ●     Dental implants are less likely to succeed ●     An increased risk of oral cancers Smoking & Gum Disease Smoking can increase the risk of gum disease and is known to have an effect on the cells in the gums. This effect on the cells is negative and can make a smoker more likely to get gum disease and other infections. Healing is also impaired. Unfortunately, gum disease can get really serious and lead to tooth loss and a loss of bone and gums in the mouth. Smoking & Oral Cancer Smoking is known to be a leading cause of many cancers including lung cancer, bladder cancer, oral cancer, kidney cancer and stomach cancer, and causes an increased risk in many other types as well. Oral cancer in particular is widely attributed to smoking, and statistics show that over 90% of oral cancer in the UK alone, is attributed to lifestyle habits like smoking. What To Do About It If you are struggling to kick the habit following a new year's resolution to quit, hopefully this extra information has helped to reignite your desire to quit. If you're feeling a little stuck, or you're just looking into quitting, there are many different things you can do to help yourself become smoke free. Speak To Your GP Or Pharmacy Your GP or pharmacy can advise you on different products and support services that will help you quit smoking. There will be specific services for your area, which may involve support like free cessation products (depending on your entitlement), support groups, leaflets and regular breath checks to check the chemical levels in your body. Have A Goal In Mind

Did you know that Crown House Dental is taking on new patients?

If you have moved to the local area, or are looking for a new dentist, we would love for you to come and join our handy and friendly Egham dentist. About Us We pride ourselves on a partnership built on trust and mutual respect to improve your dental health. We aim to work with you to provide you with optimum oral health, providing you with transparent costs, advanced and professional treatments, and a friendly experience every time you visit us. Our team consists of hand selected individuals who are all passionate about their field of expertise. Mr Sami, our practice owner has been running Crown House Dental in Egham since 2006 and has a special interest in helping anxious patients with a therapeutic approach. Samriti Batta is our associate dental surgeon and has a passion for keeping up to date with the latest trends and advances in dentistry. Rajnish Joshi is our implant dentist, who has a wealth of training and qualifications in many areas of modern dentistry, and has a special interest in dental implants and full mouth reconstructions. These are just some of our highly qualified and passionate team members who are excited to help you gain optimum oral health. Why Choose Crown House Dental, Egham? There are many dental surgeries out there, but we think none quite like ours. We really do see each and every patient as an individual and ensure that each and every experience with us, even with invasive treatments, is as pleasant as possible. We go the extra mile to try and ensure every patient leaves us smiling because they are so happy with their smile, and because they have had a great experience. You will find we always have the latest treatments available to you, and we will always seek out the least painful, most efficient and cost-effective plans for each patient, providing high-level general and cosmetic dentistry at a competitive price. Treatments Available From Your Egham Dentist We have a wide range of general and cosmetic dentistry treatments and services available. Just some of the services we offer are:

Is your oral health and smile in shape for 2017?

Happy New Year from Crown House Dental in Egham! We hope that 2017 is set to bring great things for you. Perhaps you've already started your New Year's resolutions and you're eating healthier, quitting smoking, starting a new hobby, or any other amazing resolution set to improve your life for the better. As you're cracking on with getting 2017 on the right track, perhaps it's time to think about aspects of yourself you perhaps always wanted to improve? Many patients come to us in the New Year thinking about their smile, considering cosmetic dentistry to transform their smile into the 'A list' grin they always wanted. There are many different reasons people want cosmetic dentistry including: ●     Wanting a smile like a celebrity ●     Wanting to improve on an already great smile ●     Wanting the perfect smile! ●     Correcting an old dental injury or issue ●     To brighten stained teeth ●     To completely transform a smile that has perhaps deteriorated over time, and causes embarrassment ●     To straighten a crooked smile ●     To correct tooth gaps ●     To bring shape back to the face, through replacing missing teeth These are just some of the reasons patients speak to us about aesthetic dentistry, everyone has an individual story and circumstance, and that is the way we treat every patient, as an individual. We understand that often, emotions can run high with how a person feels about their smile, and getting a new smile can be an emotional journey for many different reasons. With our understanding and professional manner, we ensure every patient is supported through this emotional and transformational journey. If you are considering cosmetic dentistry with our Egham dentist, there are many different treatments available to you including: