- Treatment Overview
One of the most important part of your visits to the dentist is your relationship with our hygienists.
Our hygienists will show you how to look after your teeth (and our fancy handiwork) better as well as keeping your teeth clean, looking great, feeling great and keeping your gums healthy.
We have all the tools, implements, rinses and gadgets you could need to keep your teeth clean, and if there is something specific you want just ask and we can get it for you. Our hygienists will show you how to use the: you can buy them in our online shop or at our shop in Highgate High Street...
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Periodontal | Gum Examination
Gum disease needs to be precisely investigated and documented before any treatment can start. Our periodontist (gum specialist) can then guide you on your next steps. This involves making detailed records of the extent of the gum disease, areas of bleeding,...Find out More
Non-Surgical Periodontal | Gum Treatment
Often the first port of call, the first stage of treatment is usually to clean your teeth using ultra fine instruments, and teaching you how to look after your teeth. This treatment is undertaken under local anaesthetic (a small injection in...Find out More
Surgical Periodontal | Gum Treatment
Where there are more persistent areas of gum disease or perhaps certain teeth that need further attention you will likely need a surgical procedure, also under local anaesthetic. We will spare you the gory details here! However our in house specialists...Find out More
Crown Lengthening Surgery
Sometimes your teeth are so worn down or broken that it is not possible to have them restored with a crown. On other occasions the gums around your teeth make look uneven and catch the eye when you’re smiling. Crown lengthening...Find out More
Corrective Gum Surgery/Gum Grafting
Receding gums? Unsightly little gaps? Replica teeth such as implants and bridges looking gappy? Or perhaps you have a gummy smile that you don’t like? Whether your gums have receded a little bit and you fancy making them look a little...Find out More
If your gums disease has been quite bad you may need a bone graft. This can help to stabilise loose teeth or improve the appearance of part of your mouth or gums. It could be that you have a missing tooth...Find out More
Hygiene for Gum Disease (with hygienist)
One of the most important part of your visits to the dentist is your relationship with our hygienists. Our hygienists will show you how to look after your teeth (and our fancy handiwork) better as well as keeping your teeth clean,...Find out More
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