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1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood
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Dental implants (from £2,300)

Crown and bridge

Dental x-ray + 6 more

Dentures

First visit dental hygiene

First visit dentistry / orthodontics

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Experience

Treated diseases

  • Crowded teeth
  • Abscess - tooth
  • Tooth decay

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Location: Dental Design Studio

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Services & pricing

Dental implants

from £2,300

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

from £2,300

Crown and bridge

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

Dental x-ray

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

Dentures

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

First visit dental hygiene

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

First visit dentistry / orthodontics

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

Plaque removal

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

Root canal

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

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Teeth cleaning

1 Murray Road, Northwood,, Northwood

Dental Design Studio

No price information

Patient Reviews

5

General score
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  • Punctuality
  • Attention
  • Facilities
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Location: Dental Design Studio

highly recommended


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  • Question about Dental implants

    I don't have bone for dental implants and my gums are making my teeth fall out (I don't know what this gum disease is called) What would be my solution?

    Loss of teeth due to gum problems is officially called periodontal disease. This results in the loss of the tooth due to a gradual destruction of bone by bacteria in the mouth. It is always important to have a clean mouth and ensure the periodontal disease is well managed. This can be done, by cleaning the teeth at least twice a day with toothbrush and floss and by seeing the dental or dental hygienist regularly for professional cleaning.

    There are specialist procedures that can be carried out to try and increase your bone for implants (bone grafting). Or if this is not suitable or available, then another option would be the provision of dentures (false teeth) to fill the gaps.

    Dr. Jeff Sherer

  • Question about Dental implants

    Can I put in the implants when removing my teeth or should I wait?

    In some situations, it is possible to place the implant immediately following the extraction of the tooth.
    This depends on a number of factors including:

    * Is there enough bone
    * Is there any infection present
    * The condition of the rest of the mouth and teeth

    The implant specialist will discuss this option with you before treatment and will advise what is preferred in your particular situation. In reality, often the decision can only really be decided once the tooth is removed and the area is inspected.

    Dr. Jeff Sherer

All the contents published in Doctoralia.co.uk, especially medical question and answers, are informative and in no case must be considered a substitute for medical advice.

Experience

Treated diseases

  • Crowded teeth
  • Abscess - tooth
  • Tooth decay