The History of Dental Sedation

It’s estimated that dental phobia affects around 36% of the population, with 12% admitting they have a severe fear of the dentist. Trying to find remedies for anxiety and pain during dental procedures is something humans have been doing for thousands of years, as we’ll come to discuss later in this blog. In 2022, it’s…

What Treatments Does An Oral Surgeon Provide?

In some cases, oral surgery may need to be performed in the interests of your oral and dental health. Here at The Bristol Dental Practice, we’re experienced at performing oral surgery, whether it’s before dental implants treatment to graft new bone, to place dental implants, or to remove wisdom teeth or failing teeth.   Read…

Dental Sedation For Nervous Patients in Bristol

Having a fear of the dentist is one of the most common phobias around, and much of the reason these anxieties exist is down to the unfriendly-looking, clinical dental practice environments of the past. Today, it’s a very different story. Practices like The Bristol Dental Practice are often warm and inviting environments that go out…

Will Smoking Put Your Dental Implants at Risk?

Getting one or more dental implants has the potential to change your day-to-day life, your oral health and the aesthetic of your smile. However, there are things that can threaten a successful outcome when you’re getting a dental implant. Today, we’re talking principally about smoking and why it can affect the healing period and result…

An Introduction To The Dental Implant Procedure

Dental implants have revolutionised what it means to replace a missing tooth or teeth. And today, they’re incredibly versatile.   Dentists now have the freedom to combine implants with restorations like dentures and bridges to offer an outstanding degree of stability and comfort. If you’re looking to have a tooth replaced with a dental implant…

How Does Dental Sedation Work?

In the UK, it’s estimated that around half of adults are frightened of the dentist. In some cases, this phobia is so powerful that it prevents individuals from coming in and having a check-up. This puts patients at significant risk of dental problems ranging from decay and gum disease to mouth cancer and enamel erosion.…

We are open for all appointments!

We are open for all appointments! As from Monday 12 th April 2021, England exited the 3 rd national lockdown with businesses returning to work, reopening their doors, and resuming business as normal. We have also been open providing patient care following additional dental specific guidelines, increased covid safety protocols, wearing enhanced PPE and following…