Find a cosmetic dentist in London (North)
No featured dentists were found in London (North). Below are the 3 nearest featured dentists to London (North).
North London is relatively difficult to define. It can either be defined quite widely as the area North of the river Thames or more specifically as a sub region as part of the London Plan. The latter definition defines North London as including the London Boroughs of Camden, Enfield, Barnet, Haringey, Hackney, Westminster and Islington. The area is covered by a number of postcodes including N, NW, NE, E and EN.
London contains three medical schools, Eastman Dental Institute at the University College London, the Institute of Dentistry at Barts and the London Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry, the Dental Institute at King’s College London. The larger region of North London contains 4,721,700 people. The narrower sub-region has 1,700,000 residents.
North London has a number of cosmetic dentists offering a variety of treatments for your dental needs and problems.
Before the problem occurs prevention may be possible, so it is always advisable that you pay a visit to your dentist every 6 months to check that all is well and if not to take action against the problem. Procedures such as root canal surgery, fillings and periodontal cleaning are some of the treatments your dentist may use to help restore your teeth and mouth to health. Sometimes it may be too late and teeth may have to be removed to stop the spread of infection and disease. After this has happened it is always advisable to replace the missing teeth to return your smile to its natural appearance and to prevent future eating and speech problems. Your dentist may offer you implants, dentures, bridges and crowns as replacement options, which will be matched and tailored to your teeth and mouth, leaving you with a beautiful natural-looking smile.
If you have crooked, twisted, gapped teeth, with an overbite or underbite your best options may be orthodontic and brace treatments. Normal braces are ugly and uncomfortable to wear but with a private, cosmetic dentist your range of options are a lot more attractive with most of their braces being discreet and almost undetectable. Models such as Invisalign, lingual, Inman aligners, 6-month smiles and Damon brace all leaving you with beautiful, straight teeth without the embarrassment of wire braces.
If the colour of your teeth is your main problem then you may want to consult your dentist about intensive cleaning and teeth whitening, which are quick and easy ways to brighten your teeth. If your tooth discolouration is darker than usual you may want to consider porcelain veneers, which are perfect for stained teeth and also chipped or cracked teeth.
A number of other problems can be treated by your cosmetic dentist including gummy smiles treated with gum contouring and gaps between teeth treated with cosmetic bonding. If they are a trained practitioner your local cosmetic dentist can also offer your facial rejuvenation treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers to treat crows feet and wrinkles.
Do note that many of these treatments are only available at private practices and are not covered by the NHS. Check online on the NHS website for a list of their procedures and a local dentist for more details.
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