It is important to see your dentist in W1 every six months or so to make sure that your teeth and gums are in the best possible health. Even if you think that your smile is cavity free, the obvious signs of pain are not usually present until quite late, when emergency restorative work may need to be done to save your tooth. By this time, the integrity of your tooth is lost and can never truly be restored to full health again.
Restorative procedures can be expensive and we would not like you to experience pain in your mouth. By taking advantage of the latest equipment that we have available, we can detect any early signs of decay and make sure that your teeth are as strong and healthy as they can be.
With high magnification and intense lighting, coupled with high resolution digital scans, your dentist in W1 is able to gain detailed images of your teeth like never before.
High quality preventive care allows us to work with our patients to create a system that prevents us from needing to many restorative treatments and helps us to keep your smile healthy and functional for life.
I don’t like to go to a dental practice unless I absolutely have to
Unfortunately, through horror stories that we have heard from our parents as children, or even horror stories of our own, a lot of us harbour some degree of fear when it comes to dental procedures and check-ups. This can result in patients putting off that all important biannual visit, which can lead to restorative work needing to be done, further perpetuating that anxiety and fear.
Your understanding and caring dentist in W1 is working hard to combat this vicious cycle by educating patients and creating a warm, inviting and professional atmosphere for you at our practice. Should you need to have some kind of restorative work done with us, rest assured that we have sedation options available to help ease you through the journey.
Advances in technology and constant research into practice methods mean that the length of many procedures have drastically reduced, as have the healing times. We use only the best materials which last longer, and are less likely to result in complications. These ensure that you are more comfortable during and after the treatment procedure.
Who should come and visit us?
Parents should bring along their babies at their earliest possible convenience to ensure that children are relaxed and comfortable with a familiar face at the practice. Research has shown that fear of the dentist is much lower in children who frequently visit one.
Education is important for both children and adults and we make sure that we keep our discussions entertaining, light, and insightful so that everyone can get excited about keeping their teeth clean.