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    Dental treatments

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    We offer a comprehensive range of dental treatments as well as cosmetic enhancements, smile makeovers and implants for missing teeth.


    Fillings, inlays & onlays

    There are various types of filling materials available for use and each type of filling material has it’s own merits depending on the individual application.

    White fillings can be shaped and matched to the original tooth achieving a very natural look and the material used is mercury free.
    Amalgam, (metal fillings) although still used, are often bypassed in favour of laboratory made inlays or onlays that are much stronger and last longer. The procedure for these laboratory made restorations is the same as that of a crown but more of the natural tooth is retained.



    Venveneers in romford dentisteers are thin porcelain facings bonded to the front surface of teeth and are used to cover natural defects such as, mis-shapen teeth, colour variations (where bleaching is unsuitable) and enamel cracks. Often veneers are described as being similar to a “false fingernail” and are similar in the respect that both are simply a thin covering of material bonded to the existing structure. There is minimal invasion of the natural teeth and the finish visually stunning.

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    If a tooth is badly broken it may need a crown, also known as a cap. A crown completely covers all surfaces of the natural tooth. After some preparation, an impression is taken to enable the manufacture of a precision made crown which is bonded in place completing the restoration. Crowns are tooth coloured or made of gold for added strength.

    Dental implants

    Dental implants can be used to replace either one or many missing teeth.

    They are the preferred choice where dentures are deemed unsuitable or disliked. If looked after well they can be a permanent solution without affecting any adjacent teeth.
    A dental implant is usually a small metal screw which is placed in the upper or lower jawbone where the natural teeth have been lost. Implants are made from pure titanium which “integrates” with the surrounding bone to provide a firm foundation for the replacement of missing teeth. Once the implant is integrated with the bone (a process known as osseointegration) it is ready to carry a crown or other structure. Implants can replace teeth individually or help stabilise poorly retained dentures.

    Dental bridges

    If one or more teeth have been lost, a bridge can be custom-made in a laboratory. There are different types, but the fabrication of a bridge generally involves the teeth either side of the gap being prepared for the fitting of two crowns carrying a replacement tooth in the centre, thus eliminating the gap. Bridges can be made in various materials such as gold and ceramic.
    Cosmetic dentures are extremely natural looking and very comfortable to wear. We also have a a Specialist Prosthodontist within the practice, experienced in making cosmetic dentures.


    Dental hygiene

    Dental hygienists are experienced in the treatment and management of gum disease, they perform a very important role by supporting the dentist in preventive dentistry and assisting patients in nurturing healthy teeth and gums.

    Dental hygienists carry out complex periodontal (gum) treatments as well as simple polishing to remove unwanted stains. Routine hygiene treatment can bring about healthy gums and a brighter smile.

    Why Choose Us?

    Simply because we care…

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      Coronavirus (Covid-19) -Information





      Since June last year, following the first lock-down, dentists’ were sent a revised version of the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) throughout the UK containing many changes to the way dental treatment was to be provided, to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19 to both staff and patients. 


      The SOP’s state that once an aerosol generated procedure (AGP) has taken place in a surgery, the room must remain empty (fallow) for a period of time before being thoroughly cleaned. An aerosol generated procedure (AGP) is air or water spray (or a mix of both) from a dental instrument, for example, a high speed drill and ultrasonic scalers’ used by hygienists. These aerosols could result in the spread of Covid-19 and dentists and their staff are at very high risk of getting Covid-19 from their patients. Even though the transmission rate has fallen significantly, our standard operating procedures remain the same. This significantly affects the number of people we are able to see daily. We are working hard to limit the impact this has on patient waiting times for appointments.  




       If you have an appointment booked, to download a Medical History Form/Patient Journey, click




      on this ‘pop-up’. Please update your contact details if there have been any changes, complete and sign the form and bring it with you to hand to your dentist when you visit. 




      We share an emergency out of hours’ dental emergency service covering evenings, weekends and bank holidays with two local dental surgeries. You can contact this service by calling 077 6735 3759 between 6pm - 9pm, Monday to Friday and from 9am to 9pm weekends and bank holidays.


       If you are a Denplan registered patient, the cost of this service is included in your plan unless you specifically elected to opt out of the emergency out of hours cover. The choice to opt out will have only applied to patients who registered from August 2018. If in doubt, please check your registration paperwork or call 0800 401 402 to speak to one of their customer support team.  



      If you think you have Coronavirus and need urgent dental care

      If you are generally unwell, self-isolating because you or any of your family have any of the symptoms below - 

      ●   a high temperature – you feel hot to touch on your chest or back

      ●   a new continuous cough – this means you've started coughing repeatedly

      Please do not contact our emergency dental service.

      For urgent dental treatment use:  Phone NHS 111 online coronavirus - or telephone 111 for further instructions.


      For changes that may occur to our service

      We will regularly review and update Covid-19 information on our website  www.gideaparkdentalpractice.co.uk


      Updated 27.05.2021

      For updated advice and information on how you can protect yourself and others, please visit: https://www.nhs.uk/

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