Taking proper care of your oral health can be one of the most important factors in ensuring the long life of your teeth and gums, and in guaranteeing to keep that bright smile on your face. We offer advice, guidance, and treatment on all aspects of oral health and work closely with our patients to identify any dental problems, or potential future issues, to help you ensure your teeth, gums and mouth are as healthy as possible.
Whether you suffer from sensitive teeth, bad breath, or find that you regularly need fillings, our team of highly experienced dental professionals and hygienists can work with you to help recognise the issues, and provide simple and straightforward solutions to ensure a happy, and fresh, smile.
Good oral hygiene can be the key to preventing a number of minor dental problems including bad breath, discolouration and sensitivity, and more serious conditions such as gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss. It can also result in you requiring fewer visits to your dentist in both the short and long term.
Taking good care of your teeth and gums involves regular and thorough brushing and flossing routines. Our team will work with you to devise and implement a comprehensive hygiene plan that suits your individual needs and lifestyle.
Gum disease (also known as periodontal disease) can affect patients of all ages and is caused by the bacteria in plaque forming on the surface of the gum, resulting in symptoms including bad breath, bleeding, swelling, sensitive teeth, or soreness. Periodontal disease is the biggest cause of tooth loss in adults and is the consequence of long term bacterial contamination.
Gum disease, particularly if diagnosed early, is extremely responsive to treatment and is straightforward and painless. The procedure involves the simple removal of plaque from the teeth and gums using a deep-clean method (a procedure called scaling). Following the procedure, the team at Fillybrook House will ensure you are provided with top quality after care support and advice to help prevent any future gum disease or infection.
8 The Fillybrooks, Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 0DJ