You can pay by Cash / Debit Card / Credit Card / AMEX or we can provide Interest Free Credit.*
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We have ground floor facilities with ramps and no steps, suitable for wheelchair users. Please let our reception team know if you need to be seen in a ground floor surgery
You can park your car outside the dental practice on Kingston Road for free between 10AM and 4PM. Alternatively there is ample side street car parking in surrounding areas at all times.
We will ensure you are comfortable and our dentists will fully explain what is involved. Our dental team is very experienced in helping alleviate any fears you may have. They will discuss various treatment options to help your anxiety.
The dentist will discuss of treatment options available to you which may suit your budget. We also have 0% interest finance plans available.
NHS Patients – Please dial 111
Practice Plan Patients – If you cannot access your normal dental practice emergency arrangements and you need help in obtaining emergency dental treatment, you may call the Emergency Dental Helpline on 0800 783 2337 who will provide assistance 24/7.
Yes we do, please look under out treatment section for more information. Ring 0208 942 8943 for a consultation appointment.
Our applications process with our finance provider – Medenta is simple – the process can be completed securely online with a decision in seconds!
Many people suffer from bad breath, it is commonly caused by the smelly gases produced by the bacteria coating your teeth and gums. This can also happen with food debris being trapped in between the teeth. When this starts to decompose, it can cause a very unpleasant odour. We also encourage effective and regular tooth brushing and cleaning in between your teeth with dental tape or interdental brushes and cleaning your tongue is crucial to keep your breath fresh. Supported with regular visits to our hygienists will also help to keep the bad breath away.
Strong foods like garlic, onion, coffee and smoking of course adds to the problem, as can having a dry mouth caused by certain medical conditions and some prescribed drugs.
An abscess is a collection of pus that can form inside the teeth, in the gums, or the bone in which the teeth are anchored in place. A periapical abscess is located at the end of the tooth whereas a periodontal abscess is located in the gum area. Abscesses are normally painful but this is not always the case. It is important to get any swelling in your mouth checked by a dentist. If you think you may have an abscess, please contact us as soon as possible to arrange an appointment.
There are three stages of hygiene therapy:
Stage 1:- Education in oral hygiene
Initial cleaning to begin removal of hard deposits of tartar above and below the gum line. Your hygienist will begin to show you the skills and techniques used to achieve a healthy mouth.
Stage 2:-Further removal of all deposits under gum line and around tooth margins
Periodontal aids may be prescribed and used, e.g. floss, tapes or interspace brushes. Your hygienist can also assess plaque control and improve your daily oral hygiene routine if necessary.
Stage 3:-Maintaining oral health
At this stage you should now have achieved good oral health, and if this is maintained, you will retain healthy teeth and gums for life. Your hygienist will still remove any hard and soft plaque deposits and help refine the skills you have acquired