It’s vital to consult a dentist at all stages of life. Harley Street Dental Clinic offers a full range of general dental services for all the family, from the day your baby’s first tooth appears to scenarios where all of your natural teeth are lost. Even wearing dentures, you still need to visit the dentist regularly.
Indeed, your oral health care needs may change throughout life, but your need for check-ups with the dentist won’t. Harley Street Dental Clinic benefits from the services of a unique collection of dental professionals with a variety of specialisms and areas of special interest, meaning that whatever treatment you need, it can be carried out under one roof.
Children in the UK still have unacceptably high levels of tooth decay. This is improving, but many children are still suffering unnecessary pain and distress caused by an entirely preventable condition.
Harley Street Dental Clinic has a team of children’s dentists, who will help to ensure that your child’s experience of visiting the dentist are unanimously positive. As well as catching any problems such as decay early, and offering preventative treatments including fissure sealant and fluoride varnish, bringing your child to a dental practice from their early years can help to avoid fear of the dentist later in life.
The teenage years are often synonymous with braces. Harley Street Dental Clinic offers a number of subtle ways to correct orthodontic issues. A dentist can also help teenagers to understand the importance of good oral hygiene, and the effect too much sugar or fizzy drinks can have on their teeth.
Adults require regular dental check-ups throughout life. Some groups, such as pregnant women, need special care. An increasing number of adults are also turning to a cosmetic dentist to improve the appearance of their smile – our Harley Street clinic offers a wide range of cosmetic services.
If you look after your teeth, there is no reason to lose them later in life. Even if you have lost all of your teeth, however, you still need to visit the dentist regularly. Often, dental implants can stabilise your dentures.