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Emergency dentist London

Dental services at Emergency Dentist London

We offer a full range of dental services at our dental clinic. Please click on the tabs if you would like to have more details about our dental services.

Root canal treatment is used to repair and save a tooth that is infected or badly decayed. A root canal procedure is performed when the nerve of the tooth got infected or the pulp is damaged. During a root canal treatment, the nerve and pulp are removed, and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed.

There are two meain reasons for a root canal treatment. The first is the infection that destroys the dentin and enamel of the tooth until it reaches the pulp. Bacteria then infect the pulp. Antibiotics usually can't reach all the bacteria inside a canal. They are given to reduce the number of bacteria that spread outside the canal and into the bone. The second reason for a root canal treatment is damage to the pulp that can't be fixed. A fracture in a tooth can damage the pulp itself. So can a less severe blow (trauma) to the tooth, even if there's no visible damage right away. In time, the tooth may darken because of bleeding within the pulp.

 

Wisdom teeth in located in the back four corners of your mouth. Usually they emerge around the age of 20. In many cases there is not enough space for wisdom teeth, and they can cause pain, infection and swelling. Removal of wisdom teeth can be the solutions for all these syndromes.

Few cosmetic dental treatments offer the comprehensive results that veneers can provide. In a single treatment, veneers can correct surface flaws such as cracks and chips. Veneers can also conceal dark tetracycline stains, which cannot be treated with traditional teeth whitening procedures. Veneers can also change the shape of teeth, often making these improvements an ideal solution for patients with irregularly shaped, pointed, proportionately small, worn teeth.

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of medical-grade ceramic that are fixed to the front surfaces of teeth for an immediate smile renewal. Individually crafted for each patient, these cosmetic improvements are made from advanced material that closely resembles the look of natural dental enamel. Dentists can use veneers for an impressive number of cosmetic corrections, ranging from teeth whitening to orthodontic adjustments. Thanks to their lifelike appearance and wide array of functions, porcelain veneers rank among the most trusted and popular methods in cosmetic dentistry.

If any of your teeth are damaged by decay, cracks, chips, or other forms of damage, dental crowns may be an ideal solution. Crowns offer both oral and cosmetic health benefits, reinforcing the structure of a tooth and in the meantime helping to make a smile look whole and natural again. Crowns are typically custom-made to blend seamlessly into each patient's unique smile. They are carefully crafted to complement the neighboring natural teeth in terms of size, color, shape, and texture and to restore integrity to the patient's bite.

In order to create a custom crown, the patient's tooth must first be prepared and a mold must be taken. A temporary restoration is then used to protect the tooth until the final, permanent crown is ready to be placed.

In some cases, dental crowns are used to secure artificial teeth (being part of a dental bridge). In other cases, crowns are secured to dental implants to replace missing teeth. The dental crown procedure usually involves two visits to our dentist over the course of 2 to 3 weeks.

A dental bridge is a prosthetic composed of a false tooth (pontic) and two anchoring dental crowns (abutments). The crowns are fixed to the teeth on either side of a gap, anchoring the pontic in place of the missing tooth. The dental bridge is so called because it "bridges" this gap. Although the pontic is secured with dental cement to prevent the buildup of bacteria between the prosthetic and the gums, there is no physical connection between the jawbone and the false tooth. Though bridges can be made from a variety of materials, including silver amalgam or gold, they are commonly made from porcelain for aesthetic considerations.

Dental bridges are safe and very effective replacement solution for patients with missing teeth. There are several types of dental bridges that can be used in patients. You can consult our dentist to find out which dental bridge type is right for you.

Have you lost some or all of your missing teeth and finding it difficult to speak and eat properly without your natural teeth? You don't have to live without your teeth! By replacing your missing teeth with dentures, you will not only get your smile back, but you will also be able to speak clearly and eat all your favorite foods.
A denture, also known as false teeth is a prosthetic dental appliance that rests over the soft tissues overlying the jaw bones, and serve as a replacement for your missing teeth. Although any dental appliance that replaces missing teeth is technically called as a denture, however, this term has been customarily reserved removable prosthetic teeth.

An overdenture is a prosthetic dental appliance that derives its stability from tooth roots or dental implants lying beneath them. The overdentures possess superior retention and stability, unlike the conventional dentures which are dependent upon the oral soft tissues for their support and retention, and tend to frequently slip while eating or talking.

 

Are you looking for a permanent and reliable tooth replacement option for your missing teeth? You must have heard that implants are best restorative option for your missing natural teeth. However, most people are unable to afford buying an implant for each of their absent teeth. What if you get a complete dental arch replaced with a stable and retentive fixed dental prosthesis that is supported by only four implants? Yes, it is possible with the All on four implant dentures!

Most restorative techniques in dentistry have successfully the number of teeth that need to be extracted due to cavities or infection. Despite that, teeth still need to be extracted for various other reasons. Dental extraction is a surgical procedure in which a tooth is removed from its socket within the jaw bone, under the effect of anesthesia. Generally, there are two types of dental extractions...

 

Dental fillings are used to restore teeth that have been damaged by tooth decay. The development of tooth-colored also known as invisible fillings has provided dentists and patients with a safe more attractive alternative to amalgam fillings.

By exactly matching tooth-colored composite fillings with the natural color of your teeth, a skilled cosmetic dentist at Emergency Dentist London is able to provide you with white fillings that are virtually invisible. The removal of old silver amalgam fillings can provide patients with white fillings that provide a more pleasing, less toxic silver-free smile (silver fillings contain mercury).

Not only smoking, consuming tea or coffee but even time can seriously discolour your teeth. Whitening your teeth is a long lasting easy solution to improve your smile and your appearence. Today, you have more whitening options than ever before. Although there are many over-the-counter products to choose from, professional, dentist-supervised treatment is safer and offers more dependable results. Emergency dentist London provides different teeth whitening solutions, our recommended solution is the Zoom whitening system. We offer both chairside application and prescribed take-home kits. Take home kits, custom molded for your mouth, allow you to easily whiten your teeth in the privacy of your home.

Most of our patients have been satisfied with the outcome of their whitening treatment. Side effects are rare and mild, and the treatment is convenient and non-invasive. Following our professional whitening regimen, you could enjoy a dramatically improved smile and a huge boost of self-confidence!

Few cosmetic dental treatments offer the comprehensive results that veneers can provide. In a single treatment, veneers can correct surface flaws such as cracks and chips. Veneers can also conceal dark tetracycline stains, which cannot be treated with traditional teeth whitening procedures. Veneers can also change the shape of teeth, often making these improvements an ideal solution for patients with irregularly shaped, pointed, proportionately small, worn teeth.

Porcelain veneers are thin shells of medical-grade ceramic that are fixed to the front surfaces of teeth for an immediate smile renewal. Individually crafted for each patient, these cosmetic improvements are made from advanced material that closely resembles the look of natural dental enamel. Dentists can use veneers for an impressive number of cosmetic corrections, ranging from teeth whitening to orthodontic adjustments. Thanks to their lifelike appearance and wide array of functions, porcelain veneers rank among the most trusted and popular methods in cosmetic dentistry.

If any of your teeth are damaged by decay, cracks, chips, or other forms of damage, dental crowns may be an ideal solution. Crowns offer both oral and cosmetic health benefits, reinforcing the structure of a tooth and in the meantime helping to make a smile look whole and natural again. Crowns are typically custom-made to blend seamlessly into each patient's unique smile. They are carefully crafted to complement the neighboring natural teeth in terms of size, color, shape, and texture and to restore integrity to the patient's bite.

In order to create a custom crown, the patient's tooth must first be prepared and a mold must be taken. A temporary restoration is then used to protect the tooth until the final, permanent crown is ready to be placed.

In some cases, dental crowns are used to secure artificial teeth (being part of a dental bridge). In other cases, crowns are secured to dental implants to replace missing teeth. The dental crown procedure usually involves two visits to our dentist over the course of 2 to 3 weeks.

A dental bridge is a prosthetic composed of a false tooth (pontic) and two anchoring dental crowns (abutments). The crowns are fixed to the teeth on either side of a gap, anchoring the pontic in place of the missing tooth. The dental bridge is so called because it "bridges" this gap. Although the pontic is secured with dental cement to prevent the buildup of bacteria between the prosthetic and the gums, there is no physical connection between the jawbone and the false tooth. Though bridges can be made from a variety of materials, including silver amalgam or gold, they are commonly made from porcelain for aesthetic considerations.

Dental bridges are safe and very effective replacement solution for patients with missing teeth. There are several types of dental bridges that can be used in patients. You can consult our dentist to find out which dental bridge type is right for you.

Beautiful, healthy and white teeth are essential for a beautiful smile. A beautiful smile is an essential social asset, especially for females. But do not forget about the gingiva (gums) which hold the teeth. Health and good looks of the gums are almost as important to your overall good looks and a beautiful smile. If your gums have discoloured or you do not like the existing colour of your gums you can have them bleached by a professional. Gum bleaching is one of the simpler dental operations performed the world over.

The professional term for teeth cleaning is prophylaxis, which literally means treatment towards prevention. Prophylaxis may include: ultrasonic Scaling, tartar (calculus) removal, debridement, polishing.

A root resection is needed in case of an infected root in a multi-root tooth. The infected root will be removed by your dentist, and you can keep your origin al teeth with the second root.


In preparation of the resection session of root canal treatment will be proceeded. After root canal treatment we will need to explode your gum to make the infection visible. If any other treatment could help we will separate the infected root from the teeth and finally remove it.
Before closing, the area will be cleaned and sterilised completely to avoid any further infection.

If needed, in addition to bone grafting, our dentist will perform gum grafting as well. Gum is the protective tissue between your teeth and jaw bone. We offer aesthetic gum surgery as well. With aggressive brushing or bad eating habits (excessive biting, clenching, etc) your gum gets damaged and gum recession becomes visible. Gum grafting is part of a perfect smile makeover.

If your jaw bones are not strong enough to support a dental implant, your dentist will first implant a piece of bone.

 

Your jaw bones can be damaged for several reasons. If you have a missing teeth or some diseases, a development deformity, had previous dental treatment or trauma your jaw bone might be in a poor condition. A successful bone grafting can also help natural bone growth.

Before the operation your dentist will discuss your preferences with you.

 

Are you feeling shy because of a missing tooth? Do you have eating trouble? Has your pronunciation changed after having lost a tooth? We give back your smile and your self-confidence! After receiving a dental implant, you will be able to participate in any social event!

If you want to improve your smile and facial esthetics by getting your teeth straightened out, then you should consider getting braces. Dental braces are orthodontic appliances that are bonded to your teeth with the help of an adhesive cement, and bring about tooth alignment and straightening by generating controlled forces onto your teeth.

 

Do you want to enjoy a beautiful smile and perfectly aligned teeth, but you don’t want to ruin your smile by wearing the metallic braces? What if you could get your teeth straightened without having to wear the uncomfortable and unaesthetic braces? Invisalign is a system of clear removable aligners that are made from a transparent acrylic material so that they are not visible whenever you speak or smile.

 

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