Our top periodontist, Dr Joanna Quintal, works locally at our Maida Vale practice and would be responsible for ensuring your gum disease is correctly treated.
Not only this, but the rest of our team is highly skilled as we are regarded as experts across multiple fields of dentistry, including periodontics.
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Maida Smiles is one of the most advanced clinics in central London for gum disease. We utilise modern technology to be more precise and pay greater attention to detail in all our clinical cases.
We believe no oral problem is ever out of reach to fix and go the extra mile to put the smiles back on our patient’s faces.
We’re only located 12 minutes from Marylebone (NW1).
We are a two-minute walk from Maida Vale tube station for public transport users.
The clinic opens six days a week, from Monday – Saturday. Open until 8 pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
To book an appointment or are suffering from throbbing or bleeding gums that may require periodontal treatment, call 020 3984 9123.
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Unfortunately, gum recession cannot be reversed once gums have begun receding without treatment or advanced specialist intervention.
One of the best tools for preventing or restoring receding gums is to see a dentist for regular cleaning and check-ups – it’s that simple!
Even if you don’t experience any symptoms, seeing a dentist is always good practice.
For patients within Harley Street (W1G), Maida Smiles should be the first point of contact for anyone suffering from gum disease or experiencing early signs. That’s because we have specialists on-site daily, ready to take on your case.
In severe cases, dental surgery may be required. But don’t worry – usually cases are mild enough to be dealt with by our dental hygienist, who works under the careful supervision of our lead periodontist.
These options tend to be flap surgery and grafting:
This may seem quite daunting. However, our dental practice ensures these procedures are as comfortable as possible for you. You are in safe hands with our specialist periodontist Dr Claudio Lorenzo.
Finding solutions for gum disease can be a struggle, so patients in Harley Street choose us as their dental professionals.
Here at Maida Smiles, we believe there’s always a solution for gum disease; that’s why we provide a range of dental procedures to help you regain your smile.
By scheduling regular check-ups with us, we can treat the early stages of gum recession before they lead to a more severe condition.
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If you have healthy gums, you should expect them to look firm and pink.
However, those with unhealthy (diseased) gums often experience red, sore and swollen gums that throb or ‘pulse.
On top of this, sufferers face bleeding gums that bleed not just when flossing or brushing teeth but when prodded accidentally throughout the day.
Another prominent symptom of gum disease is bad breath, which those with gingivitis or more progressive forms of the disease cannot eradicate quickly.
As your gums become thinner, they will begin to recede; this describes the process of gums pulling away from your teeth, causing large, unsightly triangular spaces. This usually indicates that you are progressing to the more advanced stages of gum disease, where teeth will eventually fall, become wobbly and shift out of their natural position.
To fix this, patients may have to pay thousands of pounds to rectify their smile – that’s why you need to act fast, not only to save yourself money but to save and preserve the state of your oral health, which provides you with the ability to eat and speak normally.
Gum disease can be broken down into three stages:
The early stages of gum disease can be identified as gingivitis. Gingivitis can occur when gums begin to recede and a metallic-like taste occurs in the mouth.
Periodontitis starts to occur in more serious cases when gum disease is ignored. This severe gum infection damages soft tissue around the gums, leading to tooth loss and other serious health complications.
Serious signs include: