Archive for October, 2016

Smile Makeovers In Cheam

14th October, 2016

In this day and age there is no longer a reason to feel self conscious about your smile. With cosmetic dentistry becoming more and more popular whether you would like a brighter smile, straighter teeth or a complete smile makeover

Ninety 2 Dental is a family dentist offering the best in routine and cosmetic treatments. If you are considering any of the following please give us a call for further information and to book in for a consultation so we can see what is worrying you and the best options available to you.

We currently offer treatments such as:

Invisalign braces,

Enlighten tooth whitening,





Cosmetic Contouring and Fillings

All of these are available for you to get your smile back on track and it may not cost as much as you think to get the work you require done. Some of the work may sound intricate, but modern technologies and the treatments that are in dental surgeries today have made all of these procedures very easy. Contact Ninety 2 Dental today you won’t be disappointed!

Treating an Abscess In Cheam

An abscessed tooth is a painful and annoying one, and it can take awhile to clear it up. A Sutton dentist has advised his patients that extra care must be taken to ensure the infection doesn’t return. The problems arise not just when the tooth becomes infected, but afterwards, and especially when the patient is avoiding that particular tooth because it is sensitive. In extreme cases of reoccurring infections, a root canal treatment may be required and this isn’t a pleasant experience. At the first sign of an abscess the dentist will try to save the tooth, antibiotics are prescribed to get the infection down, and pain killers will usually be recommended as well. An infection can take over a week to completely be treated, and in the meantime the dentist can do nothing to the tooth. After that the tooth can be removed if it is in a bad way, but your dentist will try to save it. Taking the tooth out will usually stop further infections, as will a root canal treatment. Root canals Treatments are done where bacteria has managed to infiltrate deep down into the cavity of a tooth, the dentist will remove much of the inner part of the tooth and then clean it out. The hole will then be filled with an anti bacterial paste that hardens to replace the normal enamel of the tooth; this will leave no room for bacteria to accumulate in the future, and will usually cure the problem. Where the tooth is damaged by the abscess the dentist may find no alternate to an extraction, but as long as the jaw line is O.K. then a dental implant may be placed in the gap to replace the tooth, this will then take a few months to infuse with the bone, but the result is a natural feeling tooth and no more abscesses.

Experiencing a Dry Socket After Extraction?

Whenever you have a tooth extracted, it is generally expected that the wound will heal and recover naturally and usually this is the norm. However sometimes the clot can dissolve too quickly or fall out and then you are left with exposed bone to the air. This is known as a dry socket. A dry socket will generally be extremely painful due to the exposure of the tooth with the main problem being the mouth is left wildly open to bacterial infection

The only remedy is to get yourself to your dentist as soon as you can. The dentist will then dress the wound, which will have to be changed each day. Sutton dentist explains each night you must use anti-bacterial mouth-washes and tread very gingerly around the wound when consuming  food and drink  also when cleaning your teeth until the wound starts to heal over again. During this period, it will be painful, so you will also need to stock up on painkillers to help you!

If you have any questions regarding dry sockets please contact Ninety 2 Dental today