Entries by katharine

New Year, New Smile! Five Popular Dental Treatments

Every year we resolve to embrace a healthy new way of life, whether that’s fitness related or eating better. If a happier, healthier and more confident smile is also on your list of New Year’s Resolutions – there are plenty of dental treatments for you to consider. Here is CK Dental’s guide to some of […]

Welcome Dental Nurse Helen To Our Dental Clinic In Clifton

We are delighted to welcome Dental Nurse Helen Williams to our new dental clinic in Clifton Village. Helen comes with over 20 years’ experience since gaining her dental nursing diploma at Bristol dental hospital. She spent 17 years at a specialist Bristol orthodontics practice, where she became lead nurse and an expert in dental X-rays. […]

Our Five Tips To Protect Your Teeth This Winter

Did you know that the cold winter weather can prove hazardous for your teeth? The drop in temperature throughout the winter months can lead to a wide range of dental issues. This includes tooth sensitivity and the development of cracks in the teeth. So, what can you do to help protect your teeth from the […]

Stress-Related Teeth Problems – Are Your Teeth Giving It Away?

A recent survey published within the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry has revealed dental hygiene reduced during the lockdowns. Many people neglected their teeth and oral health, with participants of the study admitting to cleaning their teeth less often. Stress has been a huge contributor to the decline in oral hygiene. Alongside anxiety, it […]

How to Spot the Signs of Mouth Cancer

By spotting the signs of mouth cancer early, we have a much better chance of beating it – with early diagnosis, your chances of survival are nine out of ten. Mouth cancer affects over 8,300 people in the UK each year. Over the past decade, the number of cases has increased by around a third. […]

How to Achieve a Winning Smile

If you don’t like your smile, it can have a huge impact on your life. According to one study published by the American Dental Association, 40% of young adults feel the state of their teeth limits their quality of life. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. There are many dental treatments available that […]

Looking After Your Children’s Dental Health in Bristol

Tooth decay has become a common problem amongst children in the UK. In a bid to try and reduce the issue, medical experts have suggested adding fluoride to tap water. They argue that doing so would help to reduce cavities by as much as 28% for the poorest children. While a sugar-heavy diet is the […]

Untreated Gum Disease and COVID

A new study has revealed that over 80% of patients who have had complications from COVID, also had periodontitis. Commonly known as gum disease, periodontitis is a bacterial infection of the gums. Here, we’ll look at how gum disease is linked to COVID. And because it’s more important than ever, we include our top tips […]