Find a cosmetic dentist in London (South)
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South London is the southern portion of London. The definitions of its boundaries vary but it could be considered to contain the London Boroughs of Croydon, Bromley, Merton, Kingston, Sutton and Richmond. There are three dental schools within London, all of which are easily accessible from South London.
There are many experienced cosmetic dental practices within the South London area, who can provide you with a whole range of treatments. However, many of these procedures are only available from private clinics and the NHS does not provide them or cover the cost. To find an NHS dentist visit the NHS website online for more details.
If you are looking for treatment for crooked, twisted and misaligned teeth then ask your dentist about its range of orthodontic treatments. There are many advanced, innovative systems available, including Inman aligners, Incognito, Invisalign, 6-month smiles and Damon braces, which will leave your teeth beautiful and straight.
Tooth decay and gum disease can often lead to tooth loss, which can not only be detrimental to your oral health but also affect your self-esteem. If you are looking for long-lasting, natural looking replacements for your teeth, your cosmetic dentist can offer you a number of procedures such as dentures, bridges, crowns and implants, which will restore your smile to its former glory.
Teeth looking a little dull and tired? Then book a teeth whitening session with your dentist, which could have your teeth over 7 shades whiter in only 45 minutes. If you feel that your teeth may need a little extra work, or you have recently chipped a tooth, then porcelain veneers could be a great option.
Not only can your dentist improve the aesthetics of your teeth, they can now improve the aesthetics of your face, with Botox and dermal fillers now available from most cosmetic dental practices.
At the heart of all good oral health is a maintained cleaning routine and regular visits to your dentist. It is advised that you visit your dentist once every 6 months, so they can monitor and observe the changes of your teeth and mouth. This can prevent many problems occurring such as gum disease, tooth decay and tooth loss and also offer warnings against things like oral cancer. It is always better to prevent rather than cure the problem.
If you are very nervous of the dentist you are not alone, with many people in the UK suffering from dental phobia. This can often cause you to avoid dental check-ups or treatments, which could be potentially damaging to your oral health. It is therefore important that you visit, but if you are especially nervous, rest assured that there are many dental professionals with training and experience in this area. Search online for dentists within the South London area who have good recommendations and high dental phobia ratings.
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