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Dental treatments

Adult orthodontic patients

Dr Asif Chatoo trained as a dentist before becoming an orthodontist, which means that every time he sees a new patient for an orthodontic assessment, he can comprehensively take their dental needs into account. 

Orthodontics is often the first step in a patient’s journey towards transforming the appearance and alignment of their teeth. Following orthodontic treatment, other cosmetic dental treatments such as veneers, crowns, aesthetic bonding or whitening, can be carried out. We like to work collaboratively with colleagues, ensuring that the orthodontic treatment is a valuable first step in the transformation of your teeth and smile.

Our cosmetic and hygiene dental treatments

We are delighted to have an in-house cosmetic dentist, Dr Sandra Garcia Martin, working in the practice, who can provide a range of cosmetic dental procedures.

We also have a hygienist at the clinic, Gosia, who can provide dental hygiene, jet cleaning and oral health advice.

We work closely with other referring dentists, especially where multi-disciplinary treatment is required, so we are always happy to see patients on referral from a colleague.

Want to find out more?

Please view our consultation options or contact the team on 020 7486 2883.

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Keeping our patients and colleagues up to date on all things orthodontic is part of our mission as well as sharing news from the clinic and recipes that work for people in braces. Check out our blog for the latest.

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Orthodontic advice for musicians

If you are a musician who plays a wind instrument, the thought of needing braces can be daunting. The good news is that, with a little bit of getting used to and some practice, braces needn’t affect your ability to play.

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