Why do I have some loose teeth?

Whilst a loose tooth in a child might well result in a visit from the tooth fairy, it’s not such an occasion for us adults.  In fact, a loose tooth can be alarming. Some causes in adults are harmless, but others require the attention of a dental professional, who may save it or may remove […]

The Truth About Teeth Dehydration

Our bodies are made up of about 65% water, so it’s crucial for our organs and skin to maintain that hydration. What some people don’t realise is that teeth can become dehydrated, too. Even if we drink two litres of water a day, it doesn’t guarantee tooth hydration.  Why do our teeth get dehydrated, anyway? […]

Preventing Illness With Good Oral Hygiene

Obvious advantages come with maintaining good oral hygiene. From brighter teeth and fresh breath to fighting against tooth decay and gum disease, oral hygiene should never be underestimated.  The question is, do these benefits prevent the likelihood of developing certain types of severe illnesses like cancer?  Well, there is no conclusive answer, but research has […]

Preventing Illness With Good Oral Hygiene

Obvious advantages come with maintaining good oral hygiene. From brighter teeth and fresh breath to fighting against tooth decay and gum disease, oral hygiene should never be underestimated.  The question is, do these benefits prevent the likelihood of developing certain types of severe illnesses like cancer?  Well, there is no conclusive answer, but research has […]

Making The Most Of Your Next Dental Visit

About half of the adults in the UK say they visit their dentists every six months, the British Health Foundation reports. Seeing as most people see their dentist only a few times a year, three at most, it is important to make the most of these rare appointments.

Looking After Your Teeth For Life

Looking After Your Teeth For Life
Great oral health is vital for your comfort, wellbeing and your appearance. Your smile is often the first thing that people notice but it may not be for the right reason. If you are unhappy with the way you look then this can affect your self-esteem. Having strong teeth involves regular care at home but also the support of a good dentist. Stockport is home to The Mall, where we are committed to looking after your teeth your whole life through.

Reasons Why Regular Dental Visits Are Important

Research has shown that most people do not visit the dentist regularly. While some feel that a trip to the dentist is unnecessary due to good oral health, others are afraid of the dentist and avoid dental visits until they become necessary. The fact is, you should be visiting your dentist at least twice a year or more regularly, as there are several ways your dentist can help keep your mouth clean and healthy.

How To Banish Your Fear of The Dentist For Good

Fear of the dentist is a very common problem, with approximately one in ten UK adults avoiding dental treatment until an emergency arises because of fear, anxiety, or phobia. At The Mall Stockport our whole team understands and empathises with nervous patients. However, we do not think it should prevent you from seeking treatment, which is why we will work with you to help you banish your fear for good.

Other Than Mint: Food For A Fresher Breath

There is nothing worse than realising your breath smells like garlic and seeing the person you are talking to wrinkle his nose. Having a dragon breath is one of the easiest ways to taint your reputation.

Oral Health Is Paramount To Health

Neglected oral hygiene can lead to a variety of dental and medical problems including gum disease, infection, bone loss and more. Regular check-ups and cleanings here at The Mall Stockport can help to prevent these problems, as well as provide you with help and advice to maintain high levels of oral hygiene for many years to come.

Flossing Like Your Dentist

One in three Brits has never flossed their teeth in their entire life, says the British Dental Health Foundation.