We are working as hard as we can to ensure we have all safety measures in place to open as close to the 8th of June as possible.
We will be operating in a reduced capacity at the start, with a strict appointment system and revised procedures to keep you safe, which you will be made aware of in advance.
We will keep you informed of our staged opening plans and revised opening hours
Trusted Dentist London Bridge
Our dental practice is closely located to London Bridge and St Katharine docks and based in Shad Thames SE1.We offer the highest level of routine, restorative and cosmetic dentistry together with unparalleled patient care.
Patient focused dentistry
Whether you have a dental problem that needs urgent attention or you simply want to enhance your smile, we’ll be delighted to talk through a range of options with you in the comfort of our welcoming London Bridge dental clinic.
For your trusted London bridge dentist, long-term preventative dental care is the key to a healthy smile.
At your first visit , you can expect us to carefully listening to your needs and concerns and answer any questions you may have.Next, we will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth and gums, together with an oral cancer screen. We’ll discuss all the different treatment options before mutually agreeing on a course of action. Finally we’ll hand you a printed treatment plan together with a full breakdown of costs.
Ultra-modern dentistry on your schedule
We appreciate that many people are anxious or nervous about visiting the dentist. In our London bridge dental practice, we have created a welcoming, pleasant and sympathetic environment. Here you can feel completely relaxed and can talk through your concerns in an informal atmosphere. We will provide you with our professional opinion, discussing the latest state-of-the-art treatment options available to you using the best technology and equipments in London today.
Our aim is to see every patient promptly, often with the same day appointments if required. Our wide range of services and convenient location will give you the freedom to select the care you want when you want it.
Professional teeth whitening in our London Bridge dental clinic
The market has exploded with all manner of best teeth whitening lotions and potions .However, no over the counter solution will ever be as good or attain such good results as our professional procedures.
In your London Bridge dental practice, all methods are GDC-approved . This help us achieve the bright white smile that you want.
Insurance, Bupa and business membership
All dental insurance providers including Bupa, Denplan, Cigna and Allianz ,fully recognise our dental practice.
We also offer Denplan membership to spread the cost of your routine preventive dental care and to make excellent dental care available to everyone. Our exclusive corporate discount means all business members enjoy 15% off our competitive fees . It is free to join (Please visit our Offers Page for more details).
The tip of the week:
Regular dental checkups are how your dentist detects any potential problems that you may not even be aware of. Unless you have pain or an obvious cavity, you may have issues you do not even know about. During a routine dental checkup, your dentist should:
1-Examine your neck, throat, tongue, face, and head. While this may sound strange, a dentist can often detect signs of potential trouble such as cancer or swelling.
2-Check for cavities. As mentioned before, you may have a cavity that you have not yet noticed, perhaps between teeth. Detecting cavities early makes for easier treatment, and often helps save permanent teeth which may be lost if decay progresses too far.
3-Check for plaque and tartar build-up. When plaque is not removed, it becomes tartar which is impossible to remove with regular brushing and flossing. Plaque can lead to gum disease, so it’s important to take care of it before it gets out of hand.
4-Examine your gums. Your gums can be a big indicator of your overall health, and potential gum disease. Your dentist will use a tool designed to measure the space between teeth and gums; spaces typically become deeper when gum disease is present.