to the Dentist on the Green in North London
Being the best dental practice in Winchmore Hill, Dentist on the Green have been proudly serving and treating a wide variety of patients from the locality of Winchmore Hill and the neighbouring areas of Oakwood, Cockfosters, Grange Park, Barnet, North Finchley, Enfield, Southgate, Palmers Green, Arnos Grove and North London for the past 50+ years from the same location.
Whether you want to learn about the condition of your teeth and gums or you need immediate treatment for a particular oral problem, we can help. Come to us if you need the help of an experienced dentist; we are your partners in keeping your mouth healthy.
Why Choose Us?
High Standard of Dentistry
We provide the best dental care and follow strict standards that ensure your surgery will go smoothly and provide the results you desire.
Committed Dental Team
Our administrative and clinical team is second to none. They are experienced, highly trained, friendly, and intuitive regarding your needs and will make your visits run effectively.
We have a high attention to detail when it comes to dental care. We have invested heavily in our instruments, materials and equipment to give patients the best possible care and bring back their beautiful smile.
About Our Treatments
Six Months Smiles
What Have We Achieved
Everyone’s needs are different, so have a chat to your dentist about how often you need to have your teeth checked by them based on the condition of your mouth, teeth and gums. It’s recommended that children see their dentist at least twice a year.
A regular dental check up is important because they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular dental visit at least every 6 months or as recommended by ‘Dentist on the Green’ professional dental practice in Winchmore Hill.
The signs of dental decay, gum disease, or cavities are not always obvious. Bad breath and bleeding gums can both be signs of gum disease.
If you notice white patches on your teeth or a tooth getting darker over time, consider seeing a dentist as you might have cavities or dental trauma.
Oral health begins with clean teeth. Keeping the area where your teeth meet your gums clean can prevent gum disease, while keeping your tooth surfaces clean can help you stave off cavities and gum disease.
A dental emergency means you require urgent assistance for severe pain in your mouth. This could be caused by a number of things such as infection and dental injury. Common emergency dental problems include severe tooth decay, dental abscesses and knocked-out teeth.
Generally, you should avoid going to A&E for a dental emergency. Doctors are not fully-equipped to treat dental emergencies, so going to the hospital may end up being a frustrating experience for you. You should only go to A&E if you:
Have uncontrollable bleeding in your mouth
Have increasing swelling, which is causing you difficulty breathing or swallowing
Have swelling around your eye or neck following dental problems
We offer same-day, next-day, or out-of-hours emergency dental appointments, so you should be able to see someone relatively quickly. Contact us on 020 8882 3909 if you need to see an emergency dentist.
Keeping up good oral hygiene is key to avoiding dental emergencies. Make sure you:
Brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes
Limit the amount of sugar in your diet to prevent tooth decay
Come visit our dental practice regularly to make sure there’s no problems with your oral health
If you’ve knocked out a tooth, don’t panic, but make sure you see your dentist as soon as possible. If you knock out a tooth, make sure you:
Pick the tooth up carefully by the top of the tooth. Never touch the root of your tooth
Rinse the tooth with water if it’s fallen on the ground or on a surface outside your mouth
Try and reinsert your tooth back into its socket, to keep the root protected. Hold it in place by using soft fabric or by gently biting down. If you can’t reinsert it, place your tooth in a glass of milk to preserve the root
See our dentist as soon as you can. The quicker you see a dentist, the more likely it is that the tooth can be saved
Creating a beautiful smile can enhance a persons confidence and overall appearance.
Below are some of the examples that you can be viewed.