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Welcome to the friendliest dentist practice in London.

We are dedicated to providing excellence in dentistry. Combining Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants and Orthodontics, we’ve been named Best Dentist in London and Best Practice UK as testimony to our innovation, culture and care.

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With world-class dental and orthodontic specialists, cutting-edge technology, wonderful support staff and soothing environment in the London City area, Your dentist is committed to making you smile, in every way. To see more of our practice – have a look around

Our general dentists and hygienists advise children and adults on how best to care for their teeth and gums to prevent dental problems, as well as fixing current ones. Cosmetic dentistry focuses on smile aesthetics with bespoke veneers, white fillings and crowns and teeth whitening to provide that extra sparkle. Our Smile Makeover in a Day is ideal for those short of time and seeking the perfect smile.

Invisible Braces

Our specialist periodontists treat patients with gingivitis (inflamed or bleeding gums) or periodontal disease (which affects the gums and underlying bone). Dental implants are the ideal solution after dental trauma and a permanent alternative to dentures, allowing patients to eat and smile with confidence.

Professional teeth whitening with the gentle touch for sensitive teeth

Many teeth-grinders aren’t even aware they’re doing it, and are baffled by what seem like unrelated symptoms in the daytime.  Although 80% of teeth grinding happens at night, when you’re not even aware you’re doing it, the symptoms are present during the day. Symptoms can include: Jaw ache Neck pain, Headaches, especially in the morning, Pain behind your eyes or in the sinus area, Difficulty or pain opening your mouth, speaking and/or eating Increased teeth sensitivity What can you do? If you experience any of the above symptoms it’s best to get checked out by your dentist.  In the meantime, here are some self-help measures you can take to ease the pain: Eat a soft diet to reduce the strain on your teeth and jaws (opt for soft foods that are easy to chew or that can be chopped, ground, mashed and pureed)< Apply heat to the area by using a wheat bag heat pack or warmed gloves Massage the area Take a course of over-the-counter pain relief medication such as ibuprofen or paracetamol Although difficult, try to de-stress as stress is a leading cause of bruxism Why should you see a dentist to treat this? Simply managing the symptoms won’t solve the underlying problem.  Bruxism can lead to serious dental health issues such as worn or broken teeth requiring fillings or crowns, loose teeth (and even tooth loss), as well as further pain and discomfort that might not be as easily remedied. What will we do? To help stop you grinding your teeth we can consider pain-free, non-invasive treatment, during a dental consultation. We will check your jaw joint, teeth and muscles. We can create a mouth guard to be worn at night. We will recommend an orthodontic solution if required We can discuss any sources of stress that might be causing the bruxism and make recommendations to help you reduce anxiety. Being told you’re a teeth grinder is often a surprise but it needn’t be a bad one. After all, it’s relatively easy to remedy, so if you have any doubts why not come in and let us check you out? Invisible Braces

Your children should be happy about visiting the dentist

Many teeth-grinders aren’t even aware they’re doing it, and are baffled by what seem like unrelated symptoms in the daytime.  Although 80% of teeth grinding happens at night, when you’re not even aware you’re doing it, the symptoms are present during the day. Symptoms can include: Jaw ache Neck pain, Headaches, especially in the morning, Pain behind your eyes or in the sinus area, Difficulty or pain opening your mouth, speaking and/or eating Increased teeth sensitivity What can you do? If you experience any of the above symptoms it’s best to get checked out by your dentist.  In the meantime, here are some self-help measures you can take to ease the pain: Eat a soft diet to reduce the strain on your teeth and jaws (opt for soft foods that are easy to chew or that can be chopped, ground, mashed and pureed)< Apply heat to the area by using a wheat bag heat pack or warmed gloves Massage the area Take a course of over-the-counter pain relief medication such as ibuprofen or paracetamol Although difficult, try to de-stress as stress is a leading cause of bruxism Why should you see a dentist to treat this? Simply managing the symptoms won’t solve the underlying problem.  Bruxism can lead to serious dental health issues such as worn or broken teeth requiring fillings or crowns, loose teeth (and even tooth loss), as well as further pain and discomfort that might not be as easily remedied. What will we do? To help stop you grinding your teeth we can consider pain-free, non-invasive treatment, during a dental consultation. We will check your jaw joint, teeth and muscles. We can create a mouth guard to be worn at night. We will recommend an orthodontic solution if required We can discuss any sources of stress that might be causing the bruxism and make recommendations to help you reduce anxiety. Being told you’re a teeth grinder is often a surprise but it needn’t be a bad one. After all, it’s relatively easy to remedy, so if you have any doubts why not come in and let us check you out? Dental Practice