We have been running our own dental practice in London since 2007. Our state of the art dental clinic is located in the heart of London, in the prestigious Bloomsbury neighbourhood, and serves as the backbone to our endeavours. We carry out a full range of dental treatments here, from oral surgery and dental implantology, to cosmetic treatments and orthodontics. We have our own dental laboratory that allows us to produce high quality dental prosthetics quickly, and at a reduced cost, giving us an edge over most dental clinics in London.
Any dental treatment done to save your tooth can be considered a facet of general dentistry. This includes consultations, hygiene sessions, oral cancer screenings and fillings as well, but also more complex treatment like root canal treatments, extractions and any other procedure done to conserve the life of the tooth and mouth. These are the procedures that most patients need, and both preventative care and dental treatments designed to heal the teeth after a problem has occurred fall under this umbrella term.More Cost
Orthodontics is the part of dentistry that deals with the correct alignment of the teeth. It deals with correcting the bite and the way the teeth align in order to beautify the smile, with preventing pathological problems from occurring, and to correct malocclusions of the bite and thus make the teeth easier to clean, and to prevent back, neck and facial pains from developing. This can be done using a wide variety of orthodontic braces, and can be started at any age. This is a complex facet of dentistry that requires regular visits to our London dental practice.More Cost
Cosmetic dentistry or aesthetic dentistry deals with the appearance of the teeth, although it does have health benefits, it first and foremost deals with the way the smile looks. Tooth whitening sessions and hygiene sessions, root planning and scaling, and tooth veneers are all procedures that fall under this category. Cosmetic dental procedures can be provided by a dentist or a dental hygienist as well. These procedures can take from fifteen minutes to an hour and a half, depending on how much work needs to be done, and only dental veneers require multiple visits.More Cost
There are many ways to replace teeth. Some of them require oral surgery, some of them a mere fitting and some dental prostheses. Dental implants are the only way to replace all of the parts of the teeth and to prevent tooth loss as a condition, but many other tooth replacement methods exist, and all of them will restore the appearance and the function of a full head of teeth.