Gum Disease

Gum disease, or periodontal disease can range from mild gum inflammation to severe damage to the soft tissue and jaw bone and even tooth loss.

Gum disease can be easily treated by your dentist and prevented by a good oral hygiene routine.

Ask your dental hygiene therapist for advice on dental care and disease prevention.

Cracked Teeth

There are many causes of cracked teeth including grinding the teeth, impact from an accident or even aging. The main symptoms are pain and sensitivity.

The best treatment option for you will depend on the severity of the crack. Book an appointment with one of our expert dentists for a full examination.

Sensitive Teeth

It is common to experience sensitive teeth at some point in our lives, however if it is acute and/or long-lasting you may need to seek treatment from your dentist.

Our specialist dentists can advise you on the best course of treatment to reduce sensitivity.

Book in to see a hygienist for advice on how to manage sensitive teeth.

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay, also known as cavities, are holes in the teeth caused by the bacteria in plaque.

It is important to treat tooth decay to prevent more serious damage occurring to the teeth and gums.

Visit your dental hygiene therapist regularly to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

ToothAche

The most common causes of toothache are tooth decay, an abscessed tooth, a tooth fracture, a damaged filling, repetitive motions like grinding the teeth and infected gums.

If you are experiencing toothache it is important to visit your dentist for a full examination to determine what treatment is necessary.

Gingivitis

Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease and is quite common among adults.

Gingivitis needs to be treated quickly and effectively to prevent it worsening and potentially causing tooth loss.

Make an appointment with a hygienist for oral health care recommendations and schedule regular checkups to track your progress.

Tooth Abscesses

A dental abscess is caused by a bacterial infection in or around the teeth and gums.

Symptoms can include pain, swelling, toothache and sensitivity and in some cases fever.

If you suspect that you might have a tooth abscess then you must make an appointment to see your dentist immediately to avoid the infection spreading.

Nervous Patients

Are you scared of going to the dentist?

All of our specialist dentists are fully trained in dealing with nervous patients.

We use the patented NuCalm system to keep our patients calm and relaxed through any treatment.

Don't be held back by dental phobia! We can help you get through treatments panic free.

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Areas we cover

Perfect Practices is an elite group of carefully selected dentist studios in London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex and Berkshire.

Our dentists and orthodontists are all highly trained and very experienced in their specialist field of dentistry.