We have two sets of teeth in our lives: baby teeth and adult teeth. But wouldn’t it be nice if we grew three sets instead of just two? Imagine if all our adult teeth fell out when we reached middle-age, and then a new set of adult teeth grew in to replace them. Our diseased,...
The technology behind invisible braces has transformed the way we straighten our teeth in the past few years. Braces which blend in with your smile are much more popular than traditional metal-mouth appearances. A question we get asked a lot is “Is it too late to get braces?”. This is a frequent question we hear...
Do you have a habit of drinking Sparkling water? As we probably think it is a ‘healthier’ option than any other fizzing drinks, however, according to Adam Stone, a dentist in London’s Harley Street, “It’s pH3 on the acidity scale. The bubbles erode your tooth enamel – and over time this causes painful, yellow cracked...
White or tooth coloured fillings provide a healthier, more natural alternative to traditional silver amalgam fillings. They also allow for a minimally invasive restoration meaning more of your natural tooth can be preserved.
Invisible braces have revolutionised orthodontic treatment, allowing you to transform your smile discreetly and comfortably. It uses a series of virtually invisible custom-made aligners to gradually straighten your teeth without the need for metal wires or brackets.
General dentistry covers a wide range of procedures. This includes the initial consultation and diagnostics such as x-rays, CAT scans and wax moulds for replacement teeth.
Porcelain veneers are thin pieces of porcelain used to recreate the natural look of teeth, while also providing strength and resilience comparable to natural tooth enamel.
Dermal fillers add volume and improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles by plumping up and re-sculpting the face, gently and as naturally as possible.
Dental implants are usually made of titanium and have an internal screw called an abutment that holds a false tooth (or teeth) in place.
Crowns sit on top of your original tooth. They are used to repair and protect damaged or weak teeth.