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Neem Dental Clinic – Your Dentist in Harrow

Led by Dr. Ananthasayanan, Dr Pratheeba, our team have helped thousands of patients visibly rebuild their smile and confidence in Harrow. We offer you a modern and caring service that likes to put the health and comfort of our dental patients at the forefront.

Experienced Dental Team in Harrow

The highly experienced Dental Team at Neem Dental Clinic is able to offer a wide range of affordable treatments, from the smallest correction to complete smile makeovers and dental reconstructions, so that you can have the confidence in your smile that you deserve. We take great pride in our work to deliver the highest standard of dental care in Harrow.

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White Wedding Smiles – Nail The Perfect Smile On Your Big Day

Whether you’re the Bride, Groom, Maid of Honour, Best Man, or a regular wedding guest, your smile is one ‘accessory’ you’ll want to show off with pride on the big day. Take a look at our top tips for nailing the perfect, dazzling white smile for wedding pictures that you’ll treasure forever!

Weddings are undisputedly happy affairs; members of the wedding party and guests alike will be beaming from ear to ear from start to finish, so it’s important that you make sure you’re teeth are up to the task! For many people though, ‘baring all’ in the smile department is something that doesn’t come naturally, especially for those that are embarrassed by their teeth.

Bad teeth shouldn’t stop you from enjoying your big day though. Whether it’s a severe case of crooked, stained and missing teeth, or just light staining that can be overcome with a simple whitening procedure; a little planning and investment in your smile now, can go a long way to making you look and feel great come wedding time.

Plan Your Smile Makeover Well In Advance

If you have particularly bad teeth and are considering a complete smile makeover before your wedding it is important to make an appointment with your dentist as soon as you can. With advances in cosmetic dentistry making procedures more accessible and affordable, dentists can work wonders with your smile – but it takes time.

Crowns and bridges may only take a couple of weeks from start to finish, but complete veneer smile makeovers may require up to 4 weeks and braces can take many months to achieve the desired results!

Get ‘White Wedding’ Ready

If you’re pretty happy with the way your teeth look but want to supercharge your smile ready for the big day, a whitening package from your dentist is probably the best way to go. There are a number of whitening options available ranging from laser treatment performed at the dentist surgery to take-home bleaching trays that work while you sleep.

Depending on your circumstances, and the condition of your teeth, your dentist will recommend the best whitening treatment for you.

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Established in 2017 and based in the heart of Harrow/South Harrow, we have spent over 4 years providing a high quality of affordable dental care to over 2.5k patients since we opened.

Neem Dental Clinic, Harrow is OPEN, Monday to Saturday, and we are taking all possible precautions to ensure the safety of our staff and patients while we continue your dental care.

Please attend your appointment alone, ideally wearing a mask and use our hand gel/washing facilities. If you don’t have a mask we will be more than happy to provide you with one while in the waiting area. Our clinical staff are using the latest PPE in the form of positive air pressure respirators and air purification systems to provide you with complete protection + ease.

Wishing you and your loved ones well 🙂

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Harrow Neem Dental Clinic provides expert, affordable private dentistry from our friendly, new dental clinic.

Harrow Neem Dental Clinic provides expert, affordable private dentistry from our friendly, new dental clinic.Our responsive and friendly staff will schedule an appointment with you as soon as possible, and during your visit one of our experienced dentists will carry out a dental examination and determine the most appropriate type of treatment to be administered

Call us : 020 8243 2523

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Are your teeth ready for summer?

We have received the news we have all been waiting for at last. The announcement of the de-escalation roadmap finally leads us to our lockdown emancipation! Our efforts were not in vain, the vaccination rollout is working. There is light at the end of the tunnel and normality is on the horizon! How we have longed for this news for so long.

It seems like forever since we have been able to interact socially. We are looking forward to seeing friends, family and loved ones, embracing the warmth of Spring and indulging in our newfound freedoms. Suddenly pub lunches, family days out and dinner dates are all back on the cards and tentatively sliding into our calendars. For some, it means that long-postponed celebrations like anniversaries, weddings and birthdays can once again be scheduled, permitting a level of optimism that’s almost too good to believe.

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Oral Hygiene – Harrow – Neem Dental Clinic

Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth clean, and is considered to be the best means of prevention of cavities (dental caries), gingivitis, periodontitis, and other dental disorders. It also helps to prevent bad breath (halitosis).

Oral hygiene is necessary for all persons to maintain the health of their teeth and mouth. Healthy teeth have fewer cavities. They are clean and have minimal or no plaque deposits. Healthy gums are pink and firm.

Oral hygiene consists of both personal and professional care. Dental X-rays (radiographs) are often performed as part of routine professional examinations.

Why do I need to see a Hygienist?

Regular tooth cleaning by the dentist or dental hygienist is important to remove plaque that may develop even with careful brushing and flossing, especially in areas that are difficult for a patient to reach on his own at home. Professional cleaning includes tooth scaling and tooth polishing and debridement if too much tartar has accumulated. This involves the use of various instruments or devices to loosen and remove deposits from the teeth. Most dentists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every six months.

Even if you do a great job of cleaning your teeth yourself and are religious about using dental floss, you still need professional cleanings. Dental hygienists use special techniques, instruments, and their professional training to complete oral hygiene that is impossible to do yourself. In addition, these professionals will examine your mouth as well as your teeth.

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Our goal is for you to feel comfortable and confident about your smile.
Our experienced and friendly dental team can maintain, restore and improve your smile. Our well-established practice brings high-quality dentistry to the community, looking after the whole family’s oral health. We believe in promoting fantastic oral health and giving your natural smile the best chance at a long life.

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AIR ABRASION

Air abrasion is a drill free technique, which can be performed by your hygiene therapist. It works through a combination of air, sodium bi-carbonate and a jet of water to remove external staining caused through everyday things such as tea, coffee, red wine and smoking. It produces great results without any risk of damage to your teeth. Completely painless, Air Abrasion will significantly improve tooth staining, leaving your mouth clean and fresh after treatment.https://neemdentalclinic.co.uk/service/dental-hygiene/

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Non-Vital Front Tooth: What Should I Do Now? (Dental Treatment Options)

A non-vital, or what some people may refer to as a “dead”, front tooth can stand out as an eyesore and may even signal a dangerous dental infection. If you have a tooth that you suspect is non-vital, then you should get it looked at right away.

The sooner you schedule a consultation for a suspicious-looking tooth, the sooner you can get treatment that will save your smile.

What Makes a Tooth become ‘Non-Vital” and darken?

Teeth are living parts of your body. They have hollow pulp chambers on the inside that are filled with nerves and blood vessels. If the pulp chamber in a tooth is damaged by disease or trauma, it can trigger an infection in the nerve of the tooth. As the infection progresses, the nerve dies, and the pulp chamber darkens which leaves a bruise-like stain that shows through the tooth.

A disruption in tooth vitality can be caused by things like an untreated cavity, a dental abscess, or a sports injury that happened decades earlier.

Whether you can recall what may have caused you to have a non-vital front tooth or not, the next important step is to get it treated.

Signs of a Non-Vital Front Tooth

Non-vital teeth can present with any of the following symptoms:

  • Gray, brown, or black discoloration in part or all of the tooth
  • Bad breath
  • Bad taste in the mouth
  • Pain
  • Sensitivity

Pain and discoloration are the two main symptoms that your tooth may become non-vital. A tooth can go through this process slowly or suddenly, and the resulting discoloration and discomfort can likewise come on at a similar pace. It is, however, possible for a tooth to become non-vital without causing you any pain. This is why you should always discuss changes in tooth color with your dentist even if the tooth doesn’t hurt.

What are your options to treat the tooth and prevent it from falling out? Your tooth may qualify for one or more of the following procedures.

Root Canal

A root canal is a procedure in which the dentist removes the infected and inflamed nerve. The pulp chamber and root are cleaned out and filled with a material that seals out bacteria. This process relieves your tooth of pain and prevents the infection from spreading to your gums and other teeth in your mouth.

Your treatment doesn’t just end with a root canal, however. You’ll need some more help in restoring your tooth’s strength and natural color.

Bleaching

Most teeth whitening systems work by removing stains that settle into tooth enamel from the outside of your tooth. This doesn’t work for deteriorating teeth that are stained from the inside. Your tooth may respond well to an internal bleaching procedure that only dentists can provide. Internal bleaching lightens stains on non-vital teeth from the innermost layers.

The non-vital teeth whitening procedure:

In order to achieve satisfactory colour results for non-vital teeth, it can be necessary to bleach them from the inside out. Following a radiography examination, the dentist will place the whitening gel either in a tray or inside the back of the tooth. Many patients see the results of non-vital teeth whitening in a few days but achieving satisfactory results depends on a number of factors and more time may be required and more than one application. If the gel is placed within the tooth the access cavity will need to be sealed with a small composite filling on completion.

Dental Crown

Non-vital teeth are often very weak as a result of an injury or cavity. They become even more brittle after a root canal procedure. It’s very likely that your tooth will need a dental crown.

Crowns serve two purposes. First of all, they strengthen and protect weak teeth. Secondly, they completely cover up dark stains in tooth enamel that don’t come out with professional teeth bleaching procedures.

Your dental crown will be made from a beautiful ceramic material to imitate the color and texture of natural teeth. With a dental “cap” on your non-vital front tooth, you can smile with confidence again.

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Scaling, Air abrasion (sandblasting) , Polishing and Fluoride finish

Step 1: Scaling

Your dentist in Neem Dental Clinic will remove the hardest calculus on your teeth with an electric scaler. This instrument has a fine tip that vibrates at a high speed for ultimate precision. It also sprays a cooling mist of water to help scrape off tartar and wash away debris.

Step 2: Air abrasion (sandblasting)

Are your teeth badly stained? We use air abrasion to eradicate stains and brighten your smile. This technique is performed by a machine that emits aluminium oxide particles to dislodge plaque and tartar. A dental dam is used to protect any teeth that don’t require air abrasion.

Step 3: Hand tools

Our skilled dentists in Neem Dental Clinic also use a variety of hand tools (called scalers and curettes) to reach those more hidden places around the teeth. The tools come in different shapes to suit your teeth, making it easier to remove smaller tartar deposits and smooth out the surfaces.

Step 4: Polishing

Your treatment is completed with a polish. A spinning rubber cup is filled with a gritty paste (called prophylaxis) and held up to your teeth. The cup spins against the teeth and polishes them until they’re smooth and shiny. Your teeth will look and feel a lot cleaner.

Step 5: Fluoride finish

Our dental practice in Neem Dental Clinic can also strengthen your teeth by applying a fluoride coating. It’s designed to restore the enamel with essential minerals.

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How does sensitivity happen?

How does sensitivity happen?

There are several causes for sensitivity, since dentine can be exposed in a number of ways.

  • You may have a broken or cracked tooth, or you may have a hole as a result of tooth decay which now needs a filling.
  • Over-brushing your teeth (too hard or for too long) can wear down your tooth enamel.
  • Acidic food and drink can erode your enamel.* Receding gums can slowly expose the root of your tooth, which doesn’t have an enamel layer. This can occur naturally or through gum disease, including gingivitis.
  • Poor-quality cosmetic teeth whitening treatments can cause damage to your enamel.If you grind your teeth, you can wear away your enamel or even the whole tooth.

Can tooth sensitivity be treated or avoided?

  • Make sure you have regular check-ups with your dentist and see your hygienist whenever you’re referred.* Follow your dentist’s or hygienist’s advice for looking after your teeth at home.
  • Visit your dentist as soon as you suspect you may have a problem such as a cavity, a cracked tooth or a change in your gums. Treatment can stop things getting worse.
  • Your dentist might recommend a fluoride gel, rinse or varnish. These can gradually build up the protective layer of your teeth.* Avoid sugary, fizzy and acidic foods and drinks.
  • Don’t brush your teeth from side to side – instead, use small, circular motions.Looking for a dentist to help you with sensitive teeth?

Call us: 020 8423 2523