General Dentistry Bayswater W2 West London
General Dentistry centrally located in Bayswater near Notting Hill, Holland Park, Paddington and Westbourne Grove.
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Dental phobia is very common amongst the general public. It’s actually why most people don’t go to the dentist. Here at Garden Square Dental, we are fully qualified to manage your dental fears and worries.
Regular dental check-ups help detect any dental disease as well as screening for oral cancer. These checks can prevent future dental problems and expense.
To get children accustomed to dental check-ups, it’s a good idea to bring them as young as possible. From 2 years upwards, we can provide a painless rewarding experience to help them build up confidence in their oral health.
Acupuncture for dental patients can be helpful in treating acute cases of teeth grinding. It is also considered to be a valuable tool in the management of dental pain.
We have a lot of experience working with nervous patients, offering both oral and intravenous conscious sedation to ease their fear of dental treatments.
We offer hypnotherapy for dental phobic patients who may have had bad experiences in the past stopping them from getting the dental treatments they need.
Dental crowns are essentially a handcrafted ‘top’ that covers the tooth, keeping in mind the end goal to ensure its structure, while recreating the original tooth shape and colour.
If a tooth has become infected or is broken, there is an assortment of materials available to repair and re-establish the harmed region. This includes either metallic or white fillings.
If a tooth develops an abscess, we can alleviate the pain by cleaning out the contaminated nerve with root canal treatment.
Accidents can happen at any time. Teeth can chip or break, or a dental abscess might flair up, all of which can be very painful. At Garden Square Dental we are happy to accommodate your dental emergencies with dedicated emergency appointment slots.
Teeth can become sensitive with poor brushing technique, highly acidic diets or accidental damage to the enamel. Changes in lifestyle and oral hygiene regimes can help alleviate the symptoms. Speak to your dentist or hygienist if you suffer from sensitive teeth.
Tooth enamel can be worn away by acid in the diet, over-zealous brushing and teeth grinding or clenching. This can be tackled by adopting a neutral diet, use of electric toothbrushes and wearing custom made anti-clenching mouthguards.