The Park Practice - Dental Clinic

Dental Healthcare

To maintain good dental health visit The Park Practice regularly

Regular dental check ups will ensure that any problems with your gums and teeth are identified quickly. On a basic dental level, brushing works best. Always brush your teeth twice a day and if possible floss after meals. Drink or rinse with water to help cleanse your mouth and avoid sugary snacks and drinks. If you need any further information, ask our dentists and dental hygienist for advice.

Dental Hygienist : we have a fantastic healthcare service and our hygienist is experienced in dealing with any gum health issues.
This can vary from patients who find preventing plaque build up causing some gum inflammation to people who present with far more complex periodontal health challenges.
We advise that you  might need to  visit us for regular cleaning and check ups twice a year but people at greater risk of oral diseases should have dental check ups more than twice a year.
Tobacco and alcohol use, gum disease and poor oral hygiene may mean that you are at greater risk of poor dental health. People with diabetes and pregnant women may also need more regular dental check ups. To ensure no long term effects on gum/bone support for your dentition.

Daily Dental Care
Follow a proper daily dental care plan and your teeth will benefit from improved dental health. Although brushing your teeth twice a day should help prevent tooth decay, it is not the full answer. Take care of your teeth from a young age, on a daily basis, and you’ll hold onto them for longer. Otherwise, you could start to lose your teeth by middle age and develop recurring gum disease.

Some simple dental care advice
rinse your mouth with water every morning when you get up. This will wash away that left-over sleep taste. Give your mouth a quick check to make sure your gums are healthy.
brush your teeth with a pea-sized amount of toothpaste. Rub in a circular fashion and along the gum line. Do not brush too vigorously.
use a mouthwash to help freshen your breath and wash away any residual debris.
try drinking water, or rinsing your mouth with water, after meals to help cleanse your mouth. Avoid sugary drinks and snacks. If you are really good - remember to floss!
repeat your morning brushing technique at the end of the day. Brush your tongue briefly as well. Rinse and head off to bed.

Visit our kids dental care page for information about children's dental health.

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Dental Implants are now the number one choice for replacing missing or failing teeth. Implants can be use to replace single , multiple or , in some cases, all the teeth.

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Affordable and Invisible  alternative to fixed braces

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Sports dentistry is one of the most significant up and coming fields in modern dentistry.

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NHS Registrations are available for Patients Exempt from NHS charges and all Under 18's at The Park Practice Dental Clinic 

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Give your children’s teeth the best dental care with regular check-ups

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0141 334 1211
The Park Practice
61 Park Road
G4 9JE

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