Safeguard your oral health with modern dentistry
A dentist isn’t just the first port of call when you are suffering from dental pain or discomfort. Regular check-ups with a dentist can protect you against developing dental problems in the first place. This can significantly impact your overall well-being. Enduring persistent dental pain can dampen your mood, while conditions such as gum disease are linked to increased chances of developing diabetes and heart disease.
At Londent in London Bridge, a highly trained dentist is on hand to provide you with the dental care and treatment you need, safeguarding the condition of your teeth and gums.
Helping you protect your dental health
At your dental check-up a dentist will thoroughly examine your teeth, gums and mouth. This may involve x-rays or the use of an intraoral camera. Dental problems, such as tooth decay, can be picked up and treated before they worsen. More serious conditions, such as mouth cancer, can also be detected early, giving you the best chance of successful treatment.
Professional cleaning, scaling and polishing of your teeth will also help you avoid gum disease and tooth decay. This will remove plaque and tartar, which can lead to inflammation, swelling and bleeding of the gums. You will also receive all the advice and guidance you need to properly brush, floss and clean your teeth at home.
Getting to the root of your dental problems
Treating dental problems as soon as they arise means you can avoid unnecessary discomfort and also minimise potential damage. A dentist has the skills and experience to administer a range of effective treatments. This can include using crowns and fillings to repair damaged or decayed teeth, root canal treatment to tackle infection, and bridges, dentures or dental implants to restore missing teeth.
Addressing the aesthetics
A modern dental practice now offers more than treatment for your general dental health. Cosmetic dentistry addresses the aesthetics of your smile by improving the appearance of your teeth and gums. Teeth whitening can remove stains and discolouration, while invisible braces can discreetly straighten your teeth. Veneers are also on offer to address several common teeth imperfections, such as chips, cracks or slight misalignments.