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Welcome to your families complete private and NHS dentistry and health practise welcoming new and existing patients.

Here at London Dental Smiles we pride ourselves on providing holistic care to all our patients. We tailor dental treatments to suit you and your needs.

All our dentists are trained to the highest standards to offer you an exceptional quality of care and our friendly, attentive and conscientious team are happy to answer any questions you may have.

 

Dental Implants

London Dental Smiles offer a range of private and NHS treatments

 

We offer a full range of treatments including the highly popular dental implants from our London dental health practise.

Used to replace missing or damaged teeth, dental implants offer stability to dentures or rid you of them completely. They are designed specifically to look and feel like your own teeth which makes dental implants a popular choice with many of our clients.

At London Dental Smiles our two main dental implant brands used are Tatum and Ostem.

The Tatum implant systems are used because they are exceptionally strong and resistant to fracture.

These implants make the most of any available existing jaw bone structure so the implant fits securely.

Using OSSTEM implant systems, you can expect superior cleanliness and excellent osseointegration between the implant and your surrounding bone tissue. The OSSTEM implants are completely free from any residual substances which makes them a popular choice at the London Dental Smiles clinic.

Deciding on which brand of implants to use and how to proceed with your dental implant treatment plan will all be down to a discussion with the dentist or dental surgeon. We will need to discuss your health and the implant procedure step by step before proceeding.

Contact us to book in for a free implant consultation where we can discuss each brand in depth and provide you with information you need to make your decision about moving forward. Don’t hesitate to get in contact, ask us questions and mention any queries you might have.

See how London Dental Smiles can help improve your oral health, create the perfect smile and start your dental implant procedure.

 

Emergency NHS Dentist

London Dental Smiles offer a range of private and NHS treatments

 

We offer a range of emergency NHS dentistry treatments for those urgent dental issues that just won’t wait. Don’t suffer in silence: give us a call and we’ll take care of it.

Just give our emergency dental treatment number a call on 020 8459 2324.

 

At London Dental Smiles, we offer a comprehensive and completely flexible emergency service that covers a wide range of treatments, which are all available under the NHS. Whether it’s an emergency dental treatment or a prescription of painkillers to reduce discomfort, our team are on standby and ready to help. Common emergencies that we’re accustomed to handling include severe toothache and chipped, broken and missing teeth.

One of our experienced team members will advise you over the phone on steps you can take to mitigate the pain and will schedule an appointment for as soon as possible. During your emergency appointment, we can take x-rays, perform various procedures and generally do whatever it takes to get you back on your feet and feeling like your usual self.

Where possible, we’ll aim to provide you with a same-day appointment, enabling us to resolve the matter as swiftly as possible. Our state of the art clinic includes equipment that will enable us to diagnose the problem and to promptly proceed with treatment where necessary.

Don’t let severe pain or a dental emergency put a dent in your day. The sooner you can secure treatment, the sooner you can return to work and focus on the things that matter once more. If you’re unsure as to whether the dental problem you are experiencing requires emergency care, give us a call and we’ll be happy to advise on the best course of action. Some dental emergencies will require treatment as soon as possible to avoid exacerbating the problem and causing prolonged pain.

Contact our practice to find out more and we’ll be able to advise on costs and availability. Make a note of our emergency dental number and keep it handy. That way, if the worst ever happens, you’ll have the reassurance of knowing that help is at hand.

 

Teeth Whitening

London Dental Smiles offer a range of private and NHS treatments

 

We offer a range of different teeth whitening procedures from our London dental health practise so we can find the right treatment for you and your lifestyle.

Our main three whitening treatments are home whitening kits, Zoom Advanced Power and Enlighten. These procedures are designed to be accommodating, give you a brighter smile and make you feel great.

The Home whitening kits provided at our London dental clinic aim to give you whiter teeth using tailored made whitening trays to be worn at home. This means you can wear the trays at night and gradually whiten your smile without having to take time out of your busy schedule for in clinic procedures once the initial appointment is complete. With tailor made whitening trays moulded to your mouth you will have whiter teeth in only a couple of weeks.

If instead you would prefer an in-house treatment then you can visit London Dental Smiles for a 1 hour in-surgery whitening treatment using Zoom Advanced Power. The teeth whitening procedure is scientifically advanced and carried out in an hour at our London dental clinic. It is effective, safe and can give you lasting results in a matter of weeks which makes it the ideal treatment for someone with not much time and looking for quick results.

We also offer Enlighten which is a cutting edge whitening system. This treatment is guaranteed to give you whiter teeth with both an in-surgery treatment and home whitening kit used over a 3 week period.

The results will be radiant, give you a brighter smile and leave you feeling confident about your smile.

Take a look at all of our teeth whitening treatments and contact us to find out more.

Whichever treatment works best for you, London Dental Smiles are happy to help!

 

Childrens Dentistry

London Dental Smiles offer a range of private and NHS treatments

 

Children’s dentistry calls for a patient and gentle approach. Our primary aim is always to ensure that your child is at ease and completely comfortable before we proceed. At London Dental Smiles, our friendly staff will ensure that your children are as comfortable and happy as possible. Our treatment rooms have been designed to impart a calming ambience. Everything about it is intended to help your child relax in what may be an unfamiliar environment for them.

We encourage you to get your child into the habit of having regular dental checkups. Not only will this keep their teeth healthy and allow us to identify problems before they develop, but it gets your child accustomed to visiting the dental practice. Prevention is always preferable to treatment. As your child grows, our dental team will advise them on dental care and emphasise the importance of caring for their teeth.

 

Relative analgesia for children for a relaxed dental experience

Relative analgesia, also called “inhalation sedation”, involves the use of nitrous oxide and oxygen to make dental procedures more comfortable for the child. Relative analgesia doesn’t make the child fall asleep; instead it puts them in a completely relaxed state, enabling the dentist to proceed with the necessary treatment without putting the child through a traumatic or fearful experience.

Relative analgesia for children will be fully discussed by the dentist with parents, as well as with the child. We’ll usually show the child the equipment to be used for the relative analgesia procedure, to familiarise them with how it looks and works. That way, if the child later requires relative analgesia, they will know what to expect and will be at ease.

During the initial consultation, prior to any dental work being performed, we’ll discuss the treatment and will obtain the consent of parents for the use of relative analgesia along with the treatment/procedure.

 

How does relative analgesia work?

Inhalation sedation or relative analgesia is composed of a mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen; the usual ratio is 70% oxygen and 30% nitrous oxide, although a 50% oxygen 50% nitrous oxide ratio is sometimes used in medicine (referred to as “entonox” or “gas and air”).

Relative analgesia in dentistry works as a maintained level of conscious sedation, raising the patient’s threshold for pain and placing them in a relaxed state – without falling completely asleep in the process.

 

How is relative analgesia administered?

A rubber mask is fitted over the child’s nose and mouth area. The rubber mask should be comfortably fitted so that it allows the child to inhale the oxygen and nitrous oxide (laughing gas) while the dentist proceeds with the necessary dental treatment at the same time. The inside part of the rubber mask usually has an attractive scent such as mint, vanilla or strawberry to make the experience a more pleasurable one for the child. Throughout the procedure, the child will be conscious of their surroundings and will be able to understand any instructions coming from the dentist, but will be in a completely relaxed and comfortable state.

The equipment used to administer relative analgesia is composed of a supply of the compressed gases (nitrous oxide and oxygen) and the apparatus (connected to the rubber mask) which will deliver the gases. The dentist, along with a properly trained and certified dental nurse, will control the desired mix and quantities of the nitrous oxide and oxygen. The flow of compressed gases will be monitored with the help of pressure gauges and flow meters.

 

Who will benefit from relative analgesia?

Children who require dental treatment or a procedure will benefit from the use of relative analgesia if they:

- Have a moderate or severe fear of going to the dentist, or of undergoing a dental treatment

- Require tooth extractions, which might cause them to feel fearful or anxious during the procedure

- Have a strong gag reflex that may make it difficult for the dentist to proceed with the dental treatment effectively. The strong gag reflex may also result in a negative or traumatic experience for the child.

 

Price List:

Exam & x-ray – £ 40.00

Panoral x-ray – £ 40.00

Hygiene clean – £ 55.00

Fillings

- Amalgam (silver): from £80.00

- Composite (white): from £100

RCT

- Anterior: from £ 550.00

- Pre-Molar/Molar: from £ 550.00

Extractions

- Non-Surgical: from £90.00

- Surgical: from £150.00

Crowns & Bridges, Inlays

- Temporary Crowns: from £ 150.00

- Metal crowns: from£ 350.00

- Metal Inlay: from £ 500.00

- Porcelain crowns: from £ 600.00

- Porcelain Veneer (per tooth): from £ 600.00

Invisalign (clear braces)

- one arch: from £ 1800

- both upper and lower arch: from £ 3000

Invisalign Full (for more complex treatments)

- upper and lower arch: from £3500

(please note Invisalign prices are subject to individual assessment, book for a complimentary consultation for more information about your treatment).

Dentures:

- Acrylic: from £ 650.00

- Chrome: from £ 850.00

Implants: from £ 1600.00

Bone Graft: from £ 350.00

Bone Graft: from £ 350.00

Cerezen: £ 1044.00

Tooth Whitening:

- Tooth Whitening Kit (Home): from £ 350.00

- Laser Dental Whitening (Zoom): from £ 350.00

- EnlightenTeeth Whiteningfrom £ 599.00

 

Contact Us:

London Dental Smiles

229-231 Church Rd

Willesden

London

NW10 9EP

Book a Consultation 020 8459 2324

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