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You can also discover lots of fantastic information and support to help you and your family enjoy a lifetime of healthy, happy smiles, using the latest updates, research and developments from the dentistry industry.
Gum disease could be a precursor to Alzheimer’s and arthritis24th July 2019
When you attend a check-up at the Essex Smile Centre, our dentists and hygienists will routinely check for the early stages of periodontal (or ‘gum’) disease. Often referred to as a ‘silent’ disease, since the early symptoms are not always obvious or accompanied by pain, gum disease is nevertheless one of the leading causes of tooth loss in the UK.
Introducing Dr Jayesh Pala25th June 2019
A friendly dental clinician with experience in a range of areas, Jay’s main focus is aesthetic dentistry. His natural, holistic approach means that if you are considering dermal fillers or anti-wrinkle injections, you’ll feel completely unrushed and at ease to discuss any questions you may have prior to treatment.
5 tips to care for your teeth and brace6th February 2019
Have you decided to make 2019 the year you gain confidence in your smile with a course of teeth straightening? In this month’s blog we look at 5 top tips to enable you to care for your brace and oral health ensuring that you get the best possible result from your teeth straightening treatment 1. […]
Make 2018 the year you put you first6th January 2018
Here at The Essex Smile Centre we are pleased to be able to offer Denplan plans that allow you to budget for your ongoing dental treatment by set monthly direct debit payments. Payments varying depending on your oral health needs. We firmly believe that dental payment plans still remain the most effective way of paying […]
Top tips for a cavity free Christmas8th December 2017
It is that time again, the shops are full of twinkling lights and everyone is busy trying to ensure everything is ready. There are cards to write, presents to wrap, food to buy and parties to attend. It is no wonder at such a busy time of year oral hygiene routines can start to slip. […]
Mouth Cancer Action Month4th November 2017
Over the past ten years the number of people who have been diagnosed with mouth cancer has increased by a third. More than 2,000 people now lose their lives to mouth cancer every year, which is more than are killed on the UK’s roads. Mouth cancer is a disease which can affect the lips, tongue, […]