Find a cosmetic dentist in Croydon

No featured dentists were found in Croydon. Below are the 3 nearest featured dentists to Croydon.


Kings Road Dental Clinic

295 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 5EP
Web: www.kingsroaddentalclinic.com Tel: 020 7351 1685
4.4666666984558105 Rating
3 reviews

Dental Elegance Sidcup - Kent

178 Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent, DA15 8PT
Web: www.dentalelegance.co.uk Tel: 0208 850 8820
4.25 Rating
4 reviews

The London Smile Clinic

Ground Floor East, 40-44 Clipstone Street, London, W1W 5DW
Web: www.londonsmile.co.uk Tel: 020 7255 2559
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Croydon is a South London town that was previously part of the County of Surrey. It is also the name of the London Borough that is centred on the town. The postal area of Croydon is CR. Croydon is not far away from dental schools located in Central London. The town of Croydon has a population of just 14,085; the wider London Borough has a population of 341,800.

There are many cosmetic dentists within the Croydon area who practices a whole range of treatments often including non-surgical facial treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers.

Many of these treatments are only available from private practitioners and are not covered by the NHS. If you are looking for a NHS dentist and to check which procedures are available, consult the NHS website.

It is important to attend regular dental check-ups, which can help spot underlying problems and stop them before they develop. If you have put off the dentist due to dental phobia there are many dentists in the Croydon area who a specially trained in supporting more anxious patients and just remember the prevention is sure to be a lot less scary than the cure.

Teeth can become dull and discoloured, which can affect the overall look of your smile. Treatments such as intensive cleaning from a dental hygienist and teeth whitening are both great ways of brightening stained teeth leaving them glossy and pure. If you feel that your teeth are beyond this treatment, procedures such as crowns or veneers may be a good option for you.

If you suffer from more serious problems such as gum disease or tooth decay and have therefore suffered tooth loss, it is important that you replace the missing tooth to stop eating and speech troubles. A number of treatments may be suitable to your situation such as implants, dentures, crowns and bridges; consult your dentist to find the best procedure for you.

Invisalign and Inman aligner braces have caused a storm within the orthodontic world and are perfect for people who need braces but find the traditional metal braces ugly and uncomfortable. Most of the brace treatments available from your cosmetic dentist are discreet and undetectable, leaving you with a beautiful smile without the embarrassment of wires.

Botox and dermal fillers have become more and more popular over the last few years and are now available from your many local practitioners. Ask your dentist if they are trained in providing these procedures.

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