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Mar 2022

What Is A Porcelain Onlay & How Much Does It Cost?

Article written by Dr Nissit Patel BDS MClinDent (Pros) I am often asked about various different dental treatments and one of them involves porcelain onlays. Most of my patients know about porcelain veneers but in general, porcelain onlays are not well known. I will attempt to explain the treatment in simple detail, with explanation on the procedure, what to expect, why they are beneficial and the fee scales involved.… READ MORE
Mar 2022
Mar 2022

2 Dental Implants to Replace 3 Missing Teeth

Our case of the month for February 2022 is one involving 2 dental implants to replace 3 missing back teeth. Dental implants are considered the gold standard to replace missing teeth but what are dental implants? Well, essentially implants are the replacements for the roots of the missing teeth. They provide the foundation to allow us to place new teeth on top. Simple? Not really! Dental implant treatment is complicated and requires a huge amount of training, experience and ongoing education. Of course, some… READ MORE
Nov 2021

Case of the Month September 2021- E Max Veneers

Our case of the month for September 2021 was a simply stunning one using ultra minimally invasive E max veneers. Our client disliked her front teeth composite bonding which had discoloured, worn and chipped over time. Although teeth bonding is a superb treatment, there are disadvantages compared to porcelain such as those mentioned above. Porcelain will not stain or change colour and it is far more durable than composite. However, in the past, porcelain needed considerable preparation to create space for th… READ MORE
Sep 2021
Jan 2021

Over The Counter vs Professional Tooth Whitening

It is a new year, Christmas is over and January is possibly the most depressing month of the year. However, a new year also means a new start and there is no better feel good dental treatment than tooth whitening. Everyone deserves whiter teeth and with modern technology, amazing results can be achieved. With a plethora of treatment methods on the market, it can be confusing which option to choose in terms of best results and costs. We will therefore provide a guide to over the counter tooth whitening vs pr… READ MORE
Sep 2020

Dental Crowns: What Are They, Procedure & Cost

Dental crowns are one of the most common dental procedures but many people are not aware what a crown is exactly. To be very simple, a crown is a new tooth surface that sits over your existing tooth to protect it.When is a dental crown needed? This is a really good question. A dental crown is needed when the underlying tooth is heavily broken down and a routine filling will not be sufficient. There is a choice to be made between having a filling and a crown and we will provide the best advice as to which wi… READ MORE
Aug 2020

Case of the month March/April/May/June/July 2020

It's been a while since our last Case of the Month! Something called Corona Virus stopped us from working for a couple of months and we have been working extremely hard since then catching up and sorting out the dental health of Fulham residents and Londoners in general. In fact we have had clients from Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Dorset and even the USA coming to see us post lockdown. The case we would like to post to cover the last 5 months since our last one is one that really personifies what we do here at… READ MORE
Jun 2020
Jan 2020

TMJ Disorders - jaw joint problems

The temporomandibular joints, also known as the TMJ, is a complex set of joints, ligaments, and jaw muscles at the base of the skull in front of the ear. We have one on each side of our head, connecting our lower jaw to our upper jaw. Each TMJ has a disc-like structure made of cartilage between the ball and the socket. This disc acts as a cushion so our jaws can open backward, forward, and even sideways. Our TMJ allows us to perform actions such as chewing, biting, yawning, and speaking. TMJ Disorders: Cau… READ MORE


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