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To book an appointment please submit the form. For urgent or emergency Dental appointments please email or call us during working hours or submit the form on the right.

Emergency Appointments fee for new patients is £85 during routine working hours. For Fridays & Weekends/out of hours appointment fee, please refer to our fees section under treatments. 

NHS hospital staff are given 10%-20% discount on treatments as a goodwill gesture. 

Practice Plan patients out of hours appointments fee is £65.

 

Our Dental team speaks multiple languages ( English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi, Portuguese, Spanish, Pashto, Danish, Creolo, Russian)  which often helps in better understanding and improved communication.

Urgent Dental Care / Emergency Dental appointments available.
Facial Aesthetic Services
Dental Implants
General/routine Dental care/Dental hygienist/Dental Scale and Polish. 
Dental Braces

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DENTAL HYGIENIST/ SCALE & POLISH APPOINTMENTS:

 
Dental hygienists are specially trained to play an important role in preventing gum disease and therefore tooth loss. 5 good reasons that you should visit your dental hygienist regularly:
 
1. Preventative measures to avoid risk of gum disease and prevent unnecessary drilling and uncomfortable procedures for our patients.
 
2. To keep your teeth looking white. Overtime, smoking, red wine and other food and drink can stain your teeth and leave them looking yellow. Your hygienist will be able to remove these stains properly which can make your teeth appear even whiter than they were before.
 
3. For a deep clean, even if you have excellent oral hygiene, food particles can get stuck in hard-to-reach areas, like under your gum-line. A specially trained hygienist will remove these particles along with any build-up of tartar and plaque on the tooth surface.
 
4. To check on overall health apart from cleaning your teeth and gums, your hygienist also checks for early decay, faulty fillings, infections and any signs of oral cancer. If something more serious is spotted early, then it can be dealt with and hopefully cured.
 
5. Advice on maintaining your dental hygiene a dental hygienist can provide advice on flossing and maintaining good oral hygiene. They may also advise you to use small, interdental brushes to clean those hard-to-reach areas in your mouth and show you how to use these properly without causing any damage to your mouth or gums.
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