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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.

Dental Practice

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.

Have a dental emergency - we can help take care of your teeth

What do you do if you have a dental emergency over the holidays? We’ve gathered together our top 5 emergency dental FAQs – bookmark this page! Whether you’ve got swollen gums or your child has chipped a tooth, a dental emergency can threaten to spoil Christmas for everyone. Don’t let it! We’re here to arm you with the information you need to take the situation in hand and do the right thing while getting the help you need. BROKEN TOOTH Bitten down too hard on a kernel of fancy festive popcorn? The treatment of your chipped or fractured tooth will depend on the degree of its injury, but you should see a dentist straight away. Don’t worry, as it’s usually easy to restore a damaged tooth and we might even be able to do it in a single visit. Call us for an urgent appointment and, in the meantime, try to avoid biting in that area or eating hot or cold foods. KNOCKED-OUT TOOTH Did the battle over the turkey drumsticks come to fisticuffs? If a blow or fall knocks one or more of your teeth out, you should recover it and remove any dirt or debris by gently rinsing it. To protect the fibres on the root surface, avoid handling the root. Your tooth will have a better chance of survival if you can keep it in its socket until you can get emergency dental treatment. If that’s not possible, put it in a cup of milk. If the tooth is simply pushed out of place, don’t force it back into its socket, just apply light finger pressure to reposition it to its normal alignment. Use a moist tissue or gauze to hold the tooth in its place and call us immediately. TOOTHACHE OR SWOLLEN GUMS Are your teeth or gums causing you more pain than Uncle Nigel’s bad jokes? There are a number of reasons for toothache and swollen gums, but it’s most often down to infection. Painkillers may help you feel more comfortable but don’t rely on them instead of seeing the dentist, as they allow more time for the infection to spread. If the pain has become worse over time, use warm water or a specialist mouthwash to rinse your mouth. You may also choose to gently floss or use a waterpick to remove any food that might cause infection. Call us immediately so we can assess the cause and help solve the underlying problem. LOST FILLING OR CROWN Did your nan’s Christmas cake pull your crown off with it? At Christmas, the only crown we’d want you to be taking off is the paper kind. If eating sticky foods pulls one out, or loosens a filling, then you’ll need to come in and see us. A loose crown should be saved so we can re-cement it as soon as possible, as long as it hasn’t been damaged. If a filling falls out, remove it from your mouth to avoid swallowing or choking on it. You won’t need to save it as it will be replaced with a new one. BITTEN LIP OR TONGUE Biting your tongue over your granddad’s views on Brexit? Christmas banter can be treacherous! If you’re in pain after biting your lip or tongue by accident (or on purpose), apply a cold compress to the inside of your mouth to reduce the swelling. If you can’t stop the bleeding with a compress, and are losing blood, you may need to visit your closest A&E to get stitches. Call 111 for advice. We hope you’ll have safe and happy Christmas and New Year celebrations, but if something does happen, then hopefully you’ll now have a better idea what to do. Bookmark this blog post and program our number into your phone for rapid reference. And share this with friends and family, so they can be prepared too! Dentist Surgeon

Your children should be happy about visiting the dentist

Here's what some of our wonderful dental patients had to say about their treatment with us: consistently delighted with the service I’ve received and the dental work I’ve had done at the Dental Surgery, both general and cosmetic, and no longer feel the need to hide my smile! Shirley Temple “ I was recommended to come here after years of just seeing the local dentist and never being especially happy but not knowing any better and returning there. Coming to this practice is guaranteed to change anyone's opinion about scary dental appointments! Starting with a relaxed moment in the lovely new reception through to leaving it is a calm and professional service. I have had some dental and hygiene treatment here and have been at ease every time as everything is well explained so the patient really understands what is going on, most importantly I couldn't be happier with the treatment I received here I've been going to the Dental Surgery for around 4 years now and I have to say the service here is phenomenal. The practice has seen me through numerous bouts of wisdom teeth infections over the past few months and even though this is a private surgery they only have their customers best interest at heart rather then charging unnecessary amounts of money for procedures or medication I don't need. Always able to get in on the same day of calling, always get a friendly and efficient service and the best advice. Thanks so much for going the extra mile. Fantastic first visit to the dentist for the 4year old in my care. She was so nervous and the dental hygienist Lottie put her at ease straight away. Lottie was very friendly and professional, it was an exceptional experience. Recommend her very highly and this practice. I had brilliant experience at The Dental Surgery. My hygienist Lottie was extremely professional, friendly and very knowledgable. Lottie has helped me to maintain healthy teeth with a busy lifestyle. The best service I have received from any dentistry in London! The receptionists were also very friendly & helpful. Looking forward to my next visit! Orthodontist