Find a cosmetic dentist in London (East)

No featured dentists were found in London (East). Below are the 3 nearest featured dentists to London (East).


1st Floor Suite, 83 charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 4PR
Web: Tel: 020 76 31 31 99

Art Dentistry

8 Devonshire Place, London, W1G 6HP
Web: Tel: 020 7935 2660

Harley Street Dental Studio

52 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PY
Web: Tel: 020 7636 5981
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11 reviews
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East London is as the name suggests the East portion of London. It is both a wide geographic area and is also a local government sub region, although for these purposes it is divided into North East London and South East London. The following London Boroughs can be considered to be a part of East London: Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets, Havering Newham, City of London, Barking and Dagenham, Bromley, Bexley, Lewisham, Greenwich,

For all your cosmetic dental needs, there are a number of trained professionals in the East London area. Bear in mind however, that many of the procedures and treatments offered by cosmetic dentists are only available from private clinics and not from the NHS practices. To find a list of treatments and a local NHS dentist search online for more details.

A number of people in the UK suffer from dental phobia, which often results in poor oral health due to avoided appointments and treatments. It is a good idea, if you are especially nervous, to search online for a dentist with a high dental phobia rating and positive recommendations to help you find the best dentist for your situation.

Check-ups are essential to the maintenance of your oral health and should be scheduled for every 6 months. This can help your dentist spot any changes or problems that may occur and prevent them from spreading further damage. Procedures such as periodontal cleaning, fillings and root canal surgery are all preventative treatments to help stop disease and decay. However, sometimes the damage has been done and the best line of action for your dentist may be tooth extraction. After the tooth has been removed it is always recommended that your have it replace, to maintain the structure of your teeth and mouth. Replacement treatments can include implants, dentures, crowns and bridges.

If you have misaligned teeth or suffer from an overbite or underbite then orthodontic treatment is the best route to take. Your cosmetic dentist can offer you a whole range of brace systems such as Invisalign, 6-month smiles, Damon braces and Inman aligners, which will leave your smile lovely and straight. Book a consultation with your dentist to decide which is your best option.

Teeth can be stained for a number of different reasons and it is often very hard to remove with manual brushing. Your dentist could offer you a number of options to brighten a dull smile, including a deep, intensive clean from a dental hygienist or teeth whitening, which will leave your teeth glossy and bright. Some teeth can be extremely stained or chipped and a more advanced option may be needed such as porcelain veneers; talk to your dentist to find out the best choice for you.

Non-surgical facial treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers are now available from many cosmetic dental practices; ask your dentist if he or she is a practitioner.

Many of these treatments and procedures are only provided by private practices and are not available from the NHS. If you wish to find an NHS dentist and a list of what they practice visit the NHS website.

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