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DENTAL HEALTH – THE DENT IST @ TUPSL E Y


Some dentists are now able to offer intra- oral scans of the mouth. This involves using a hand-held camera which takes 6,000 photos of your teeth per second, it then knits all of the photos together to generate an on-screen model of your teeth (this means no messy impressions!) and is way more accurate. Intra-oral scan offers a visual outcome simulator which shows you how your teeth could potentially be moved. This is a useful tool if you're considering invisible braces to see if you are happy with the potential outcome, before progressing the dentist sends this off to the lab to create a ClinCheck. A ClinCheck is a detailed 3D video treatment plan which predicts the number of aligners required and the movement of teeth throughout the course of treatment. Once the patient has watched the ClinCheck, they are able to decide whether to proceed with treatment.


The use of the iTero also enables us to monitor teeth such as looking at wear, inflammation and restorability, as well as general education of your mouth by using an interactive moveable 3D image.


Education Patient centred dental education, for all age groups, is an essential part of modern dentistry. Early attendance, oral health


education, and diet analysis all contribute to achieving a healthy mouth. Often dentists will demonstrate effective cleaning, for example, showing you how to effectively use an electric toothbrush and interdental brushes.


If you have any queries, would like to book an appointment or just pop in for a chat, contact The Dentist @ Tupsley on 01432 343 158, or email thedentist@tupsley.com


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