Olsen’s Dental Practice is all about the preventative approach. It encourages patients to have regular, 6-month check-ups, and to have regular hygiene appointments. If any oral health issues are detected early, it makes it a lot easier to treat. With modern dentistry as it is, the dentist near Kilburn can achieve the most cosmetically pleasing smile, which makes the best out of your teeth, and keeps them looking and feeling their best.
The dental practice in North West London uses the very best in materials alongside high tech equipment. Only using mercury-free fillings, for example. In addition, digital x-rays are used, which reduces exposure to radiation by up to 80%.
Olsen Dental Practice in Queens Park aims to alleviate people’s fear of visiting the dentist. Always using a gentle approach and listening to their patients’ concerns. Your dentist will ensure your treatment is as pain-free as possible. You will be charged reasonable prices, and you will always be aware of any costs before treatment commences. The practice aims to be helping the community for many years to come.
Teeth whitening is by far one of the most popular choices for changing the appearance of a smile quickly, dramatically and at a relatively low cost. Teeth whitening revitalises your natural teeth, and there is no need to remove healthy enamel.
Teeth can become stained and turn more yellow as we age. Eating and drinking particular food and drink such as red wine, tea, coffee, and berries can all have an effect, as can smoking.
The two main choices of teeth whitening available at the practice are in the chair whitening using Phillips Zoom! which can achieve results in an hour. Or at-home whitening. This can be achieved from the comfort of your home over a few weeks. For best results, you can combine the two options.
Another transformational procedure, which is minimally invasive is dental veneers. Suitable for patients who want to make minor changes to their smile. Dental veneers can fix gaps in teeth, crooked teeth, chipped teeth, irregularly shaped teeth, and discoloured teeth.
Having a dental veneer fitted usually takes a few trips to the dentist. The first visit for a consultation, and another two visits to make and apply the veneers.
The dental veneers are usually made from porcelain or a resin composite material. They are wafer thin shells, which can be placed directly over the teeth. This changes the colour, shape, size and length of the teeth to look better in the mouth. The veneers are colour matched with the rest of the teeth to give a natural-looking, beautiful smile.
Olsen’s Dental Practice – Dentist in Kilburn
7 Lonsdale Road
Tel: 020 7372 9972
Email: [email protected]