Entries by katharine

Welcome to our new dental nurse at CK Dental

We are delighted to welcome a new dental nurse at CK Dental. Adelaide Errett has recently joined our team at CK Dental after gaining four years’ experience as a dental nurse. She particularly enjoys cosmetic dental work and giving patients the smile they desire. She also enjoys assisting the team with oral surgery cases. At CK […]

Our lead dentist Cornelius Krause talks dental anxiety

At CK Dental, patients can benefit from the latest technology, combined with Cornelius’ calm and gentle approach and vast experience in treating dental phobic patients. Here Cornelius discusses how he deals with dental anxiety. How do you approach dental phobia? Cornelius: Every patient at CK Dental is treated as an individual and we try to […]

Looking after your teeth in lockdown

Although dental practices are now able to start seeing patients, the restrictions in place mean that many of you may still have to wait to see a dentist. So, while you’re hanging on in there until your next hygiene appointment, here are just some of the ways you can look after your teeth during lockdown: […]

Introducing our new Associate Dentist

We are delighted to welcome Dr Emma Langridge as our new Associate Dentist at our Bristol dental practice. Emma has a great passion for ethically-based, minimally invasive dentistry, providing bespoke treatment plans to suit each individual patient. She is a big believer that all her patients should be able to smile with confidence and will […]

Invisalign FAQs

When many of us think of teeth straightening our minds probably cast back to the train track braces that we were given at school. There were functional – they did the job, but they would never win any awards for beauty or subtlety. So, what happens if you didn’t opt for teeth straightening as a […]

Poll Finds Impact of Dental Anxiety on Brits

Dental anxiety means more than just being a bit nervous about visiting the dentist. It can have a profound impact on your oral health and overall wellbeing. Recently, a leading UK dental law firm conducted a large-scale survey into the problem of dental anxiety. Ninety-one per cent of those surveyed found they had experienced some […]

What can cause dental phobia and what can be done to help?

Feeling nervous about visiting the dentist is something that can affect children or adults and it can stem from a wide variety of factors. Depending on the root cause of the problem and the age of the patient, different tools and techniques can be tried out in order to try and offer the necessary reassurance […]

Understanding more about dental implants

Having a missing tooth, or more than one missing tooth, can be problematic in many ways. Not only can it affect confidence and leave people feeling unable or unwilling to smile properly, but it can also affect how people eat and speak as well. If you are embarrassed by missing, broken or crooked teeth then […]

Save a smile this new year

As we look forward to the new year – and with it our new year’s resolutions – the Oral Health Foundation is keen to encourage us to donate to the Save a Smile appeal, a charity which aims to help educate and inspire people to take better care of their oral hygiene. As with all […]