FAQs for Dental Studio at The Door W4

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We suggest frequent visits to the dentist (usually every 6 months or once a year); however, the frequency is dependent on the individual. Dr. Julia will discuss the necessary intervals with you after your first visit. 

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We offer guarantees on most treatments, mostly against structural or manufacturing issues. These agreements are on a case-by-case basis, and will be discussed with you when we set out your treatment plan. All risks and potential complications are outlined clearly before any treatment plan is undertaken.

Our number one priority is that you are thrilled with the results of your dental work, and we will work with you to reach a solution should any complications arise. We follow a careful process of consent, expectation management and establishing clear predictable results at every stage. Everything is explained beforehand, with cooling off periods where necessary, to minimise the risk of this happening.

Feeling anxious about visiting the dentist? We understand, and we're here to help. Let us know your worries and we'll work together to find the best solution for you. We have plenty of ways to help you feel comfortable. If it’s been a while since your last dental visit you may be concerned about how much treatment you need - try not to worry, it's usually not as bad as you think. The biggest step is picking up the phone and scheduling the appointment!

Dental Studio at The Door W4 is an advanced premium dental suite, with the latest equipment and exceptional process and service.  We follow all regulations, regularly train staff, pro-actively service all equipment, and go above and beyond at every turn to ensure your visit is safe, clean, and comfortable.

Pain isn't always a sign of dental issues - decay and gum disease can be present without it. We take extra care to check for any potential problems at our check-ups, as well as for mouth cancer. If everything is healthy, we'll give advice to help keep it that way and may even extend the interval between check-ups if you're particularly diligent.

Do cold or sweet foods cause you sharp pain that only lasts a few seconds? That's sensitivity. It can be caused by brushing too hard or consuming acidic foods and drinks. To reduce it, use an electric toothbrush and toothpaste for sensitive teeth, use the toothpaste as an ointment and rub it into the sensitive areas. If the pain persists, come and see us!

Bad breath is usually caused by bacteria on teeth and gums, plus food trapped between teeth decomposing. Brush and clean regularly, use dental tape or interdental brushes, and clean your tongue. Garlic, coffee, onions, smoking, dry mouth, and certain medical conditions and drugs can worsen the smell. Artificial saliva products may help.

Infections in throat, nose, lungs, sinuses, diabetes, liver, or kidney issues can also cause bad breath. If a dental cause can't be found, we may refer you to a doctor.

Absolutely not! Orthodontics for adults is becoming more and more common. Come and see us and we can talk through your options with you, which include discreet, affordable and painless clear aligners.

Mouth cancer can take many forms, affecting the mouth, tongue, and lips. If you have an ulcer that doesn't heal after three weeks, come and see us. We do a comprehensive check for mouth cancer at every visit, and can detect signs you can't see. Risk factors include smoking and drinking alcohol, particularly in those over 40. Unfortunately, mouth cancer kills 1,700 people in the UK annually, but early detection can prevent many of these deaths.

Daily flossing is essential for keeping your teeth healthy. It removes food particles and plaque, preventing tartar buildup and widening of the spaces between teeth and gums. Waxed or unwaxed floss, floss picks, and interdental brushes are all great options.