General


Specialist Dentistry


  • Treatment of Gum Disease
Treatment of Gum Disease

Treatment of Gum Disease

We are accredited and recognised experts in the field of gum disease, treatment of dental implants and gum treatment.

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  • Treatment of Peri-implantitis
Treatment of Peri-implantitis

What is Peri-implantitis?

Peri-implantitis is an infectious disease that causes inflammation of the gum and the bone structure around a dental implant. Chronic inflammation causes bone loss, which can lead to a loose implant that eventually could fall out. The risk of inflammation and infection is higher with implants in comparison with natural teeth, as the implant connection to surrounding bone and gum is more fragile when it comes to bacterial invasion.

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  • Dental Implants
Dental Implants

What are Dental Implants?

When teeth are lost due to gum disease or decay, they occasionally have to be removed. This can result in problems with eating and function, not to mention the aesthetic aspect of missing teeth.

Modern day dentistry has advanced considerably and missing teeth can easily be replaced. This can be in the form of a denture, a dental bridge or a dental implant.

Titanium based implants are fast becoming the ideal solution to replacing missing teeth. They are placed in the jaw bone to support a crown which aims to replicate the normal function and appearance of a natural tooth

Dental implants are small titanium cylinders which are placed in the jaw and support a crown (part of tooth which is above the gum line). The area is made numb and the gum lifted open. The implant is then placed in the jaw bone and allowed to heal over a period of usually 12 weeks. Once the implant has been allowed to heal and integrate, it can then have a crown placed on top of it.

In certain circumstances, the implant can have a temporary crown placed at the same time of implant placement so you do not have a missing tooth whilst the implant is healing.

All aspects of the implant placement, time lengths and costing will be discussed in full to ensure you are fully aware of the treatment plan before you begin

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  • Orthodontics
Orthodontics

What is Orthodontic Treatment?

We are always looking for preventive ways of treating our patients to ensure that they have healthy stable mouths for life. Orthodontics is the least destructive way of achieving large changes in the position of teeth and ensuring the longevity of the teeth.

Orthodontics is a speciality in dentistry concerned with the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of teeth that are malpositioned. This can occur for a variety of reasons and is very common.

Teeth that are malpositioned can be problematic as they can be prone to gum disease and tooth decay. Furthermore, imbalances in the bite can cause damage to the teeth and can result in bite discrepancies and make eating difficult. In addition, the aesthetic appearance of the teeth can be compromised.

Advancements in modern day orthodontics has revolutionised the way we manage bite discrepancies and teeth can be moved quickly and discreetly to improve their position and provide the perfect smile.

  • Invisalign®
Invisalign®

What are removable INVISALIGN® Braces?

Invisalign is a revolutionary, ever evolving clear aligner system which enables teeth to be straightened discreetly. This is done through the use of clear aligners which are worn on the teeth which engage with tooth coloured attachments placed on the teeth to move the them into the desired position.

Invisalign requires tooth coloured attachments to be fixed to the teeth to facilitate their movement.

Invisalign trays must be worn for 22 hours a day. Failure to do this will result in the teeth not moving as planned. Invisalign appointments are every 4-6-8 weeks apart depending on the type of Invisalign treatment provided. Failure to adhere to these intervals will mean that the movement of the teeth cannot be checked by the dentist, this may alter the end result.

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  • Sedation
Sedation

What is Sedation?

Conscious sedation is the process of relieving the anxiety associated with dental treatment through the provision of safe and effective drugs whilst remaining fully conscious. This results in you, the patient, being more comfortable during dental treatment with the additional benefit of reducing pain. It is a very safe and effective alternative to a general anaesthetic due to the reduced recovery time and side effects of the stronger drugs used during a general anaesthetic.

Conscious sedation is the perfect choice for patients who are anxious or have phobias of the dentist. Any dental procedure can be carried out under conscious sedation and it can benefit people with a severe gag reflex, anxiety and dental phobia.

The aims of sedation are to

  • Minimise recovery time, discomfort and anxiety
  • Maximise cost effectiveness for you, safety and comfort
What is it?

IV sedation allows you to be more comfortable, relaxed and less anxious during dental treatment. In addition your pain threshold is much higher enabling you to tolerate dental treatment much more readily than before. The medications used results in you becoming relaxed, drowsy and even sleepy. Furthermore, the vast majority of the patients have little or no memory of the dental procedure. Whilst you are very drowsy, verbal communication is still possible.

Is it safe?

The procedure will only ever be carried out by a highly skilled clinician who is very experienced and doesn’t leave your side. Furthermore, the highly advanced equipment used, is constantly monitoring your vital signs such as heart rate, oxygen and blood pressure. The biggest benefit is the recovery time, which is minimal compared to a general anaesthetic.

Contact

Address:
West Hampstead
92 West End Lane
London NW6 2LU

Email:
info@whiterosedentalstudio.co.uk

Opening Times

Monday to Tuesday: 9am-9pm
Wednesday: 9am-8pm
Thursday: 9am-9pm
Friday: 9am-6pm
Saturday: 9am-3pm
Sunday: Closed

Phone:
020 7372 7800

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