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Invisalign, Veneers and Dental Implants in London – plus the excellent services you would expect from the finest dentists in London.
If you’re looking for a stunning new smile then Finest Dental are here to help. Our London Liverpool Street practice is complete with a friendly team, outstanding practitioners, and the best available technology and equipment. Achieving the smile of your dreams is easier and cheaper than you might think when you visit us here at Finest Dental Liverpool Street.

Located in the true heart of the city close to the Tower of London, Victoria Park and just a short distance from Canary Wharf, our Liverpool Street clinic caters to all cosmetic dentistry treatments. From dental implants and Invisalign treatments to veneers, crowns, dental bridges and Teeth In A Day, we’ve got a solution for all your teeth troubles.

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One of our most highly sought after treatments in London are the Invisalign braces. A near-invisible alternative to the traditional metal braces, Invisalign is a removable custom-made aligner that slowly moves your teeth into perfect alignment. They are frequently chosen over metal braces as they are far more comfortable, more hygienic and less disruptive, but above all they are near invisible.

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When should my child start visiting a dentist?   Following the guidance of the British Dental Society dental check-up before their first birthday.  We are also on hand for dietary advice (especially on the intake of sugars) and proper oral care recommendations. The journey to a life of healthy teeth and gums starts even before your child requires dental care.  The relationship between your child and their dentist is just as important as their level of skill and expertise.  Discuss your own dental visits with your child to dispel the myths and stereotypical “fears” associated with dentistry.  If they see you smiling after a dental visit, they are likely to do the same! Top tips for baby teeth   Baby teeth function as “placeholders” for your child’s permanent teeth, and if a baby tooth is lost too early it can cause permanent teeth to grow into the empty space, making it difficult for other teeth to find room.  This could lead to a variety of future dental issues such as tooth decay, gum disease and abnormal wear of tooth surfaces to name a few. Did you know that baby teeth are just as susceptible to cavities as adult teeth? Start brushing your child’s teeth twice a day as soon as they emerge using a very thin film of high fluoride toothpaste (no less than 1,000 ppm / parts per million).  Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay by protecting the tooth against bacteria and sugars in the mouth. Although important that your child spits out the toothpaste, it is not necessary for them to rinse with water so that the excess fluoride can continue to protect their teeth. Should my child be seeing an orthodontist?   Depending on the needs of your child, the age at which treatment may be undertaken can vary.  Orthodontic treatment is generally carried out once all the adult teeth have emerged, however in certain cases early intervention can minimise or even avoid future orthodontic treatment.  As a rule, around the age of 8 is an appropriate time for your child to be assessed by our specialist orthodontist who works closely with all our dentists. Keep it going!   At The Dental Surgery we believe the key to lifelong good oral health starts with proper education, at an early age, on how to look after your own teeth and recognise any signs of declining oral health.  During your child’s first and subsequent check-ups, our team of dentists, hygienists and specialists will spend time showing them proper brushing and flossing techniques, providing dietary advice (such as being aware of their sugar intake) and preventative treatment where necessary (such as fissure sealants, topical fluoride applications and oral hygiene vists).  We aim to make their appointments positive and something to look forward to. Best 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?

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 Invisalign, Veneers and Dental Implants in London – plus the excellent services you would expect from the finest dentists in London.
If you’re looking for a stunning new smile then Finest Dental are here to help. Our London Liverpool Street practice is complete with a friendly team, outstanding practitioners, and the best available technology and equipment. Achieving the smile of your dreams is easier and cheaper than you might think when you visit us here at Finest Dental Liverpool Street.

Located in the true heart of the city close to the Tower of London, Victoria Park and just a short distance from Canary Wharf, our Liverpool Street clinic caters to all cosmetic dentistry treatments. From dental implants and Invisalign treatments to veneers, crowns, dental bridges and Teeth In A Day, we’ve got a solution for all your teeth troubles.

Cosmetic Braces

One of our most highly sought after treatments in London are the Invisalign braces. A near-invisible alternative to the traditional metal braces, Invisalign is a removable custom-made aligner that slowly moves your teeth into perfect alignment. They are frequently chosen over metal braces as they are far more comfortable, more hygienic and less disruptive, but above all they are near invisible.

Have a dental emergency in a hurry? We can help take care of your teeth in London

Keep smiling Here at The Dental Surgery we believe in tailoring treatment to suit your individual situation and needs, we consider your dental health along with your desired results to plan the best treatment for you. As medical professionals, we place emphasis on prevention and early intervention. One of the diseases we are determined to prevent is tooth decay (cavities). If we spot tooth decay (a cavity), we aim to prevent progression by removing the decayed part of the tooth and replacing it with a restorative dental material. The choice of material is based largely on the size of the cavity, smaller cavities can be filled with a direct filling material placed in a single visit while larger cavities may require a coverage restoration (such as a crown) which protects the tooth from further fracture. Fillings are mostly used to restore the natural shape and function of teeth that display minor erosion due to decay (cavities).  If left untreated, cavities can lead to infections or an abscess of the tooth, and even multiple tooth loss. When a tooth has become functionally compromised and is likely to breakdown or fracture despite our best efforts with a filling material, then a crown may be the best option for the tooth.  The advantage of a crown is that the entire tooth is protected and stabilised.  Modern materials and our talented technicians allow us to create or recreate the desired aesthetics to a phenomenal degree of accuracy not only in terms of shape but also colour. When a tooth is missing and the adjacent teeth need to be crowned (see crown section) then it may be that a bridge which is supported by the adjacent teeth is the best way to replace the missing tooth. If one or more teeth are missing, or if the structure of the tooth is severely compromised, you may be a suitable candidate for dental implants as they offer more stability and a better prognosis than conventional treatments in such situations. Teeth Straightening 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?

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