Private Dentist

State of the art dental care from award-winning private clinics, at affordable prices.

Book a private dental consultation from only £35.

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    Why choose us for your dentistry?

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    First-class dentistry using the latest technology

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    Highly experienced team delivering quality expert dental care

    Thousands of satisfied customers

    Award-Winning Private Dental Practice in London

    State of the art dental suites

    X-ray, 3D imaging (iTero) Scans and CT scanning available

    Over 30 years of experience

    Expert, ethical and trustworthy team

    Membership plans from £20 per month

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      NHS or Private Dentist?

      Dental care is available through different routes - using the NHS, or opting to go private. It’s important to weigh up the pros and cons of this decision, before making it. While NHS dental care is often thought to be more cost-effective, that actually depends on the treatment you require. Bear in mind that cosmetic treatment is not available using the NHS, whereas private care allows you to access a wide range of treatments. Private dental care makes use of only the highest quality resources, resulting in the best cosmetic results. With private dental care, you can expect longer appointment times, more flexibility and the use of state-of-the-art equipment.

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        Private Dental Charges

        Receive high quality, ethical care for whatever your needs, whether that’s a routine check-up or something more complex. We set highly competitive prices at our London clinics, because we are committed to offering first-class dentistry that suits every budget. Our clinics provide cutting-edge, innovative imaging that detects decay. We monitor the condition of your oral health using X-rays, 3D imaging (iTero), and CT scanning.

        We offer private dental check-ups, starting from only £35 for new patients, including an X-ray when clinically required. See below for our full price guide.

         

        • OFFER New Patient Dental Check-up (£35)
        • Routine Dental Check-up (£75)
        • Hygienist Classic Clean (£75)
        • Emergency Dental Appointments (£85)

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          Private Emergency Dentist

          Our private dentists can be called upon in an emergency, without lengthy waiting times. This makes our services unrivalled by the NHS. These appointments can be accessed in an emergency using a membership plan, or on a pay-as-you-go basis.

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            Safety is our priority

            • Leading medical group, focused on delivering expert personalised, clinical care to our patients
            • State of the art clinics
            • Market leading products
            • COVID safe service
            • CQC regulated following the strictest protocols - rated outstanding
            • First class care in a medically safe environment

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            Join one of our membership plans

            Our membership plans offer first-class care for a low monthly cost, making private GP and Dental healthcare affordable. Our members benefit from the use of all our clinics with unlimited access to services up to 6 days a week.

            We offer membership packages to suit the whole family, with flexible options so you can build your healthcare around your needs from £3 per month.

            Private Dental FAQs

            How often should I see my dentist?

            We recommend that you visit your dentist every six months, to ensure that we manage to closely monitor your oral and dental health. A full assessment will take around thirty minutes, which allows the dentist to track any progress, or detect issues such as tooth decay. Regular check-ups can help prevent gum disease, and tooth loss.

            What is tooth decay?

            Tooth decay is the softening of your tooth enamel, which is caused by acids produced by bacteria. This occurs when sugar is broken down in your mouth. The softening of enamel results in a damaged tooth structure. Tooth decay, if left untreated, can cause cavities (holes in teeth) which continue to expand. This will require treatment, depending on the severity. Treatment may include a filling, root canal or even an extraction, if the damage to the tooth’s structure is that severe.

            How to prevent tooth decay?

            We recommend that you follow a good oral hygiene routine, brushing with a fluoride containing tooth-paste at least twice a day. This removes any debris from food, which is a prime cause of decay. In addition to regular, six-month check-ups, this will help you maintain good oral health.

            What is gum disease?

            Gum disease, or periodontal disease, is where the gums become red, swollen or infected. This is caused by bacterial growth in your mouth, which can cause plaque and decay. This results in tissue damage or tooth loss if not properly treated. Please book to see a dental specialist at your earliest convenience, if you suspect you have gum disease, or present with any of those symptoms.

            How is gum disease treated?

            It varies on the severity of the case. Severe cases may require that the dentist removes the tooth completely, but in other cases, a deep clean can get rid of the bacteria and plaque. To avoid this, it is best to have a dental check-up every six months, to keep on track of your oral health.

            How do I know if I need a root canal?

            Signs of infection that are severe enough to result in a root canal include:

            • Serious pain in the tooth when eating, or when pressure is applied.
            • Tenderness or swelling in the gums.
            • Darkening of the tooth.
            • Pain and sensitivity to hot or cold food and drink.
            • A bump on the gums, close to the painful area.

            It is strongly recommended that you seek the advice of a dentist if you experience any of these symptoms.