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American Academy of Periodontology encourages routine periodontal care during ongoing pandemic

Patients with gum disease are three times more likely to suffer from complications if they contract COVID-19. This is according to new research published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology. Analysing more than 500 patients with the virus, the research team discovered that those with gum disease …

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American Academy of Periodontology encourages routine periodontal care during ongoing pandemic

Patients with gum disease are three times more likely to suffer from complications if they contract COVID-19. This is according to new research published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology. Analysing more than 500 patients with the virus, the research team discovered that those with gum disease were nine times more likely to die in comparison to those with healthy gums. Additionally, they found those with gum disease were 3.5 times more likely to be admitted to intensive care and also 4.5 times more likely to require a ventilator. Read more here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our clinic on Finchley Road, NW3. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 15:29

HAPPY NEW YEAR

We went through a tough year in 2020. A new year is upon us, and with a new year comes a fresh perspective on many aspects of our lives. It’s the perfect time to take a step back and refocus on positive elements, such as how we can better take care of ourselves and boost our overall well-being in 2021. Focusing on our health should always be one of our top priorities, as it has an impact on everything we do in our lives.

We think it’s a great idea to start 2021 off on a positive note by getting your dental and aesthetic needs back in style! Let’s talk about the wide range of dental and aesthetic treatments available at BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic. We have put in place extensive COVID-19 safety measures and protective protocols to provide the most secure and controlled environment for our patients and our staff.

BrightSmile Dental & Aesthetic Clinic Provides the following treatments:

  • General, Cosmetic & Specialised Dentistry
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  • Body Sculpting: Fat Freezing

Contact us on 02074311444

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If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our Finchley Road clinic, NW3. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 12:09

The unexpected dangers of gum disease

Friday 29th March 2019

Medical News Today

Gum disease is common and unpleasant, but, according to a growing body of evidence, it could also play a role in a surprising range of seemingly unrelated health problems.  

Plaque — a sticky substance that contains bacteria — builds up on teeth. If it is not brushed away, the bacteria can irritate the gums. The gums may then become swollen, sore, or infected; this is referred to as gingivitis. In general, gum disease can be treated or prevented by maintaining a good oral health regime. However, if it is left to develop, it can result in periodontitis, which weakens the supporting structures of the teeth. To read the full article in MedicalNewsToday click here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our clinic on Finchley Road, NW3. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 15:44

How your mouth bacteria can harm your lungs

Friday 14th September 2018

Medical News Today (MNT)

New research now published in the journal mSphere examines the effects of poor dental hygiene on the respiratory health of elderly Japanese people. The recent results shed light on the importance of the tongue microbiota for our respiratory health. As Dr. Yamashita and his colleagues explain in their paper, the oral microbiota is important for overall health because the bacteria we ingest affect every aspect of our health. Medical News Today have reported on a number of studies highlighting the link between the gut microbiota and cancer, obesity, heart conditions, depression, anxiety, and other conditions. To read the full article in MNT, please click here

If you are worried about your dental health or gum disease, then book a free consultation at our Finchley Road clinic, NW3. Our friendly and highly skilled dentists are here to help you understand your ongoing dental health options.

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Posted by Bright Smile Clinic at 14:21