Common dental concerns in ageing

Oral health concerns as we age Maintaining our oral health becomes increasingly important as we age – but also more challenging. Many older adults face common dental concerns…

Are dental crowns suitable for seniors?

Your guide to dental crowns for seniors Our oral health needs are constantly evolving, often presenting new challenges and concerns as we age. If you’ve been told by…

What to expect when wearing dentures for the first time 

Getting used to wearing dentures At Staina House Dental Practice, we recognise the difference a confident smile can make. If you’re struggling with missing teeth, dentures can be…

What are cavities and what causes them? 

What happens if cavities are left untreated? Cavities are a common dental issue that affects individuals of all ages. Through regular check-ups and hygiene appointments at our practice…

Why is it important to visit the dentist regularly?

Dental appointments should not be overlooked or forgotten. As we age, our oral health requirements change, making routine dental visits important for maintaining a healthy smile. While we’re…

What will happen during my new patient dental examination?

Welcoming you to our practice At Staina House Dental Practice, we are pleased to extend a warm welcome to our new patients. Our team understands the anxiety that…

Understanding the Difference Between Your Dentist and Hygienist

What to expect at your next appointment There can be some confusion between dentists and dental hygienists. You’ll often find both working at your dental practice. Each professional…

Merry Christmas from Staina House

Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas from all the team at Staina House Christmas and New Year Opening Hours 22nd December – 8.30am – 12.30pm 23rd December –…

What to do if you hate the dentist? 

Being nervous about visiting the dentist is very common.  Research shows up to 53% of UK residents fear attending dentist appointments…

What Happens at a Routine Dental Check-Up? Everything You Need to Know

As we age our bodies require more care and attention, and this applies to our oral health too. Routine dental appointments might not be at the top of everyone’s list of favourite activities, but they are an essential part of maintaining a healthy and happy smile.

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