Gum Disease Treatment and Prevention

What is Gum Disease? Gum disease is the second most common form of adult tooth loss after tooth decay. Gum disease is very common and is caused by a thin layer of bacteria called plaque which builds upon the teeth. One of the biggest problems of gum disease is that by the time you notice … Read more

Dental Phobia, Anxiety and Fear

We understand that some people feel very anxious or nervous about visiting the dentist. It may be the whole experience that worries you, or perhaps just one aspect. We know that often a dental phobic has experienced some form of difficult, painful or stressful dental treatment in the past – after all, no-one is born … Read more

Tooth Ache or Painful Teeth

Are You Experiencing Pain? There are several different types of dental pain, as well as a number of causes. Temporary pain, when eating or drinking hot or cold foods, can be caused by sensitive teeth. Often this problem can be alleviated by using a toothpaste specifically for sensitive teeth, but if after a few weeks … Read more

Sore and/or bleeding gums

Bleeding or sore gums can be a sign of gum disease, so it is important to visit your dentist if you have either of these symptoms. Gum disease is very common and is caused by a thin layer of bacteria called plaque which builds upon the teeth. The bacteria release poisons which irritate your gums … Read more

Bad breath and Halitosis

Bad breath is a common problem and has several causes. Quite often people who think they have bad breath simply smell of the foods they have been eating, such as garlic, onions or spicy food. Brushing your teeth, eating sugar-free mints or using mouthwash may help to mask this odour, but it will only go … Read more

The people of North London love the Inman Aligner

The Inman Aligner is an amazing and modern way for the people of north London to straighten their front teeth. Did you miss out on orthodontics when you were younger? Perhaps you had your teeth straightened but they have gone back to how they work for? Then if it is your front teeth which are … Read more