Looking for a 24-Hour Emergency Dentist?
If you’re in need of an emergency dentist, get in touch right away. We offer 24-hour emergency dental services from our clinic in Kensington High Street, London, W8 5SU.
These are situations that need the immediate attention of a dentist, especially when severe pain, bleeding, or trauma is present. Some of the emergency dental emergencies include: severe toothache, gum or tooth cavity injury, lost dental filling, lost/broken dental crown, or a knocked-out tooth.
Call or TEXT our 24-hour Emergency Dentist Hotline in the Kensington and Surrounding London areas to visit our EMERGENCY DENTIST:
+44 (0) 7958901920 or +44 (0) 7980614429
What General & Emergency Dental Problems can we help you with?
There are numerous dental problems that we can help you with to make sure you are pain free, have healthy guns and smile and help you overcome conditions such as bad breath, which are more than likely caused by poor dental hygiene. Problems include:
• Toothache or Tooth Pain • Sensitive Teeth • Loose or Missing Teeth • Lost Filling • Broken Dental Crown • Uncomfortable Dentures • Wisdom Tooth Pain • Stained or Discoloured Teeth • Bad Breath
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Are you taking good care of your teeth? General dentistry treatments and regular dental check-ups will help you enjoy a healthy smile for a long time.
Kensington Dental Practice is one of the most established family dental practices in London W8. We have been looking after generations of patients and their families in Kensington, helping them achieve and maintain beautiful, healthy smiles.
The Importance of of Regular Dental Check-ups
Regular visits to your dentist is always advised in order to maintain a healthy smile. During your dental check-up we provide a thorough examination of your teeth, gums and oral hygiene. Your dental check-up will also be an opportunity to discuss your eating, smoking and drinking habit, which can all have an impact on the general health of your teeth and gums. We help to detect the earliest signs of dental problems, and will be able to treat the condition accordingly before they can become more complicated.
A dental check-up is like a yearly car MOT and provides you with advice, precautions or dental work that may be required to maintain a healthy smile
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General, Cosmetic & Emergency Dental Treatments
Airflow Tooth Polishing: Teeth stains and plaque build-up are effectively removed with Airflow Tooth Polishing, which uses a jet of water, air, and sodium bicarbonate
Hygiene and Fresh Breath Treatments: Dental hygiene treatment help solve the problem of bad breath, ensuring that the breath smells clean and healthy
Tooth Extraction: Extraction is necessary when the tooth is damaged or decayed beyond repair, and no other treatment can save it. Tooth extraction is also done to solve impacted wisdom tooth problems, when the tooth starts to grow sideways and causes severe pain.
Root Canal Treatment: This treatment is done to an injured or decayed tooth, to prevent the further spread of infection. The infected parts of the tooth are removed, and the root canal cleaned and filled, to restore the healthy function of the affected tooth.
White Fillings: White fillings discreetly replace the damaged part of a tooth to restore its proper form and function.
Inlays and Onlays: Inlays and onlays are used to treat decayed or fractured teeth by repairing the damage to the biting surfaces.
Dental Implants: Implants restore the proper form and function of natural missing teeth. The titanium implants are connected to the jawbone, and will be connected to teeth restorations such as dental crowns or dental bridges. Dental implants can also be used to secure loose dentures that have become uncomfortable and embarrassing to use.
Dental Crowns: A dental crown is used to restore the form and function of a broken or decayed tooth. It can also be used to protect a tooth that has undergone a root filling, or to improve the appearance of discoloured dental fillings.
Dental Bridges: A dental bridge is a dental restoration that closes the unsightly gap caused by missing teeth.
Dentures: These dental restorations replace the form and function of missing teeth. Partial dentures fill the gaps caused by several missing teeth, while complete dentures replace all of the teeth missing in a given arch (the lower or the upper arch). Problems with loose dentures can be solved with a new set of better-fitting dentures, or they can be secured with dental implants (same day teeth).
Dental Veneers: Veneers are thin porcelain shells placed on the front part of a tooth to improve the appearance of a chipped or broken tooth, small spaces between teeth, or severely stained teeth.
Teeth Whitening: A teeth whitening treatment removes the stains on the surface of teeth. For best results, an in-office whitening treatment is combined with home teeth whitening trays under the supervision of the dentist.