Esher 01372 464 000 Wandsworth 0208 870 0030 Fleet Street 0203 475 7973

text1

Want that super clean teeth feeling?
Call us or pop in for a hygiene visit

WALK IN HYGIENE

Regular scaling and polishing by one of our hygienists will help keep your teeth and gums healthy, your smile whiter and your breath fresher.

Scaling removes the hard tartar that cannot be removed by brushing, while stains from coffee, tea, cigarettes or red wine are removed by polishing your teeth one by one with special care.

It is gum disease and not tooth decay that is the major cause of tooth loss in adult patients. Bacteria thrive in the plaque and tartar on your teeth, producing harmful chemicals that irritate your gums and cause them to bleed; gums and bone break-down, eventually causing teeth to become loose. Therefore, regular removal of bacteria, plaque and tartar professionally by the hygienist is essential to maintain healthy gums.

text1

Discover our range of orthodontic treaments and find a solution that works for you.

STRAIGHTEN YOUR SMILE

Braces technology has moved on considerably in the last 20 years. In fact, often they hardly resemble anything because of the advent of invisible wires, brackets and aligners that can do the job of traditional metal braces. Additionally, modern braces treatment (both invisible and fast-acting) works both faster and more efficient to straighten and align your teeth with less time and risk.

The Neem Tree offers two basic categories of braces, both of which work far better than traditional braces of the last generation. Invisible braces minimise the appearance of braces for those wishing to avoid their smile to be affected.These generally work quickly; but for those desiring the most optimal speed of treatment, we also offer a line of fast acting braces.”

text1

Fill in the gaps with our advanced dental implant service and rediscover
your smile

MISSING A TOOTH

A dental implant is a small screw made of titanium, which is inert and well-tolerated by the body and takes over the function of a tooth root. The dental implant is inserted directly into your jaw to act in the same way as a normal tooth root so it can securely hold the artificial tooth in your mouth.

Since implants are anchored directly into your jaw, your other teeth need not be used as in the case of the bridge.

Implants can also be used to anchor bridges and dentures.

 

 

 

Patient Contact Form