Dentists and Dental Hygienists are the best overall defence against oral cancer – they are, in fact, a lifesaver. No other medical professionals are as well positioned to address this potentially deadly disease at its earliest stage. The key is to identify oral abnormalities at their most easily treated stage of development.
I was sat in The Quad in Derby and in a moment of procrastination prior to doing some work I got hold of the Derby Telegraph, for the first time in years. It is a local newspaper and provides various local news stories, as I was reading through the paper I came across the article above, it was front and centre as they usually are, we dentists are prone to a bit of bashing by the press and initially I felt that this article was going the same way.
At Ollie & Darsh, there is no secret to the fact that a treatment we provide to our client is Invisalign.
Invisalign is the clear brace system that can move teeth into a more desired position.
Some of you who follow us on social media will have seen from recent posts that we now offer a revolutionary procedure to O&D known as Same Day Smiles, which does exactly what it says on the tin.
Visiting the dentist can sometimes give us a feeling of nervousness, but why is that? What is it about the dentist that reminds us of nothing but dental pain and anxiety?
At Ollie and Darsh we have introduced painless dentistry, a concept many of us will find very hard to grasp. To start off what exactly is painless dentistry?
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If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter you will have noticed that we have been running a series of Invisalign questions and answers. We have been focusing on popular questions we have been asked by our Invisalign clients and hope that if you are considering Invisalign, have just started your smile journey or are an experienced Invisalign wearer you will find the information useful.
This blog has been designed to share with you our most frequently asked questions in regards to Invisalign at Ollie and Darsh.
What is Invisalign?
Invisalign is the clinically proven, nearly invisible way to straighten your teeth with metal braces. You wear a series of clear, plastic, removable aligners which over the period of your treatment plan move your teeth onto the desired position. The aligners can be removed for eating, drinking, brushing and flossing.