London Centre for Periodontics and Implant Dentistry
Year: 2014

Gingivitis and Receding Gums

Monitoring gum disease is an important step in avoiding gum recession. Have you ever noticed that some people seem to have teeth which appear larger than average? Teeth that seem somehow too large for their mouth? One possibility is that

The Economic Wisdom of Dental Implants

Long term cost benefit of implants. Accustomed as many of us are, to headline watching; most of us perhaps neglect to look at the details, preferring to have a whole subject summed up in just a few words. This practise

Everyday Habits That Help Promote Good Oral Health

Good oral health – much more than just brushing and flossing. Before we start, it should be made clear that the following tips are NOT an alternative to regular brushing and flossing of the teeth. Nor does it mean that

Recovering from a Dental Implant Procedure

Patient comfort post implant placement. Over the years, we have placed dental implants for many patients from Central London and beyond. Whilst the exact approach may differ slightly depending on the patient’s circumstances; for example, some may need a bone

Stoptober – Time for Action

A challenge to smokers in Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster. The start of October sees the annual ‘Stoptober’ campaign where people are encouraged to give up smoking for the month (and hopefully forever). Why, you may ask, should a dentist support

The Use of ‘Deep Cleaning’ in Gum Disease Treatment

Cleaning below the gum line at our Central London Dental Practice. Gum disease is a problem that should never really be allowed to reach the stage where a ‘deep clean’ is necessary. That said, it does happen on occasions and

How Dental Implants Benefit More Than Just Your Smile

Cosmetic dentistry and the ‘feel good’ factor. There are probably very few of us who don’t wish that we could have better looking teeth. This in itself is obviously desirable but many of us perhaps simply accept them as they

The Benefits of Flossing

Why do 80% of us not floss our teeth and reduce the risk of gum disease? Do you floss your teeth? If the answer is no, then you are in the majority in the UK. As any dentist will tell

Fear of the Dentist and Dental Implants

Making your implant procedure in London as comfortable as possible. A fear of visiting the dentist is one of the most common phobias in the UK, with around a third of the population experiencing it to some degree. Some people,

Teeth in a Day – Aftercare

Getting the most from your teeth in a day procedure. Whilst most people may think of dental implants as being replacements for missing individual teeth; another popular use for them is as part of the ‘teeth in a day’ procedure