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Jul 2015
4th
 

Breaking News! Fluid abrasion is coming to Progressive Dentistry

As one of London's leading dental practices, we strive for the very best treatments for our patients. As such, we invest in the latest technology that can have a major benefit for our clients. We have just invested in fluid abrasion. This product will enable us to treat decay, remove old composite fillings, aid bonding, clean inside of crowns and bridges and much more WITHOUT drilling. Just imagine, no horrible noise or sensation from the dental drill! What's more, in many cases, we can do this without ANY anaesthetic. So no needles and no drilling, what could be better? Well, the technology also allows us to clean and polish teeth using the latest powder called Slyc which also de sensitises teeth. All of this fits in with our ethos of minimally invasive dentistry. So if you would like to benefit from the latest technology, please do not hesitate to contact us. Dental treatment does not have to be something you fear. We are here to help and provide the very best in dental care.

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Case of the month November 2020- Cosmetic Bonding

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Case of the Month April 2018- Smile Transformation

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Oct 2017
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Minimally Invasive Dentistry 2017

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