Regular check-ups

Studies have shown that the younger the age that you bring your child to the dental practice, even if just for a check-up, the more likely they are to have a positive experience and grow up not to be afraid of the dentist. Our team will take special care of your child to make them feel safe and cared for.

Get them used to regular check-ups from a young age to ensure children won’t suffer from untreated dental decay with devastating effects to their growing dentition. There are a number of preventative treatments that our team can provide for children.

What we advise

Fluoride applications are a safe and effective way to safeguard your growing child’s teeth from developing decay. The fluoride is painted onto the surface of the child’s teeth and this helps to mineralise the teeth. Fissure sealants are tooth coloured and applied to biting surfaces of children’s teeth to prevent decay.

Treating a child from an early age also allows the dentist to spot early signs of underbites, crossbites or overbites developing. As with most things, the sooner you can start to treat it, the quicker it can be resolved.

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15 hours ago

Together Dental

New research out today shows that the pandemic is negatively contributing to people's teeth. We are keeping everyone safe in practices, and following government guidance to ensure your visit to the dentist is as safe as possible during the pandemic!

84% people are at increased risk of tooth decay because of Covid19

Don’t leave it too late to go to the dentist!

According to new research from the Oral Health Foundation and Colgate-Palmolive eight in 10 people is at increased risk of caries (tooth decay and tooth crumbling) since the pandemic.

55% of the UK adults admit that they have neglected their teeth during lockdown, leaving more than half of the UK population at risk of decay and other issues which could be easily treated.

One in 6 (15%) do not brush their teeth as much as they did prior to the pandemic. Additionally, almost one in 5 (19%) say they have not been brushing their teeth twice a day.

One in 5 people (20%) admits to eating unhealthier foods, while 1 in 10 (11%) has been drinking more alcohol. The research also reveals almost 1-in-5 (18%) have not visited a dentist for more than two years. And 1-in-3 (36%) have reported toothache during the pandemic, with 9% suffering for longer than two weeks.

Nigel Carter, CEO, Oral Health Foundation says: “A worrying number of patients have neglected their oral health during the pandemic. This could have potentially lasting consequences, not only for the health of their mouth but for their general wellbeing also. The public’s awareness of what causes dental caries and how to prevent it, remains poor. Yet, preventing oral diseases like caries is completely in their own hands. All it takes is the correct care.”

As dental professionals we are here to look after all elements of your teeth and urge you to now make an appointment for a check-up. Come in and see us, safely, to ensure that we stop any problems in their tracks before they become more serious.

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New research out today shows that the pandemic is negatively contributing to peoples teeth.  We are keeping everyone safe in practices, and following government guidance to ensure your visit to the dentist is as safe as possible during the pandemic!

84% people are at increased risk of tooth decay because of Covid19

Don’t leave it too late to go to the dentist!

According to new research from the Oral Health Foundation and Colgate-Palmolive eight in 10 people is at increased risk of caries (tooth decay and tooth crumbling) since the pandemic.

55% of the UK adults admit that they have neglected their teeth during lockdown, leaving more than half of the UK population at risk of decay and other issues which could be easily treated.

One in 6 (15%) do not brush their teeth as much as they did prior to the pandemic. Additionally, almost one in 5 (19%) say they have not been brushing their teeth twice a day.

One in 5 people (20%) admits to eating unhealthier foods, while 1 in 10 (11%) has been drinking more alcohol. The research also reveals almost 1-in-5 (18%) have not visited a dentist for more than two years. And 1-in-3 (36%) have reported toothache during the pandemic, with 9% suffering for longer than two weeks.

Nigel Carter, CEO, Oral Health Foundation says: “A worrying number of patients have neglected their oral health during the pandemic. This could have potentially lasting consequences, not only for the health of their mouth but for their general wellbeing also. The public’s awareness of what causes dental caries and how to prevent it, remains poor. Yet, preventing oral diseases like caries is completely in their own hands. All it takes is the correct care.”

As dental professionals we are here to look after all elements of your teeth and urge you to now make an appointment for a check-up. Come in and see us, safely, to ensure that we stop any problems in their tracks before they become more serious.

https://www.dentalcaregroup.org/

22 hours ago

Together Dental

“I had a course of treatment at the Together Dental Clapham, which included composite fillings and a porcelain onlay. My dentist was Millie the Senior Dentist. She was warm, bubbly and extremely patient. She appeared to use all the latest technology and practices and was very responsive to my individual needs as a patient. She and her co-worker Mary Anna are clearly a close and successful team which made me feel very confident in their hands. I was very impressed.” Together Dental Clapham patient.

Dr Millie has over 19 years’ experience and is dedicated to the art and science of enhancing a person’s smile and oral health. She says ““Being able to improve the quality of life, confidence and happiness of my patients, through cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, has been the greatest privilege of my life””

She is now pleased to be offering free virtual consultations to those interested in a variety of treatments, including composite bonding and smile makeovers. Book your free consultation with Dr Millie today by calling 0333 032 9339.

Want to know more about Dr Millie, you can find out more by visiting www.together.dental/clapham/team-members/millie-argyriadou/
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“I had a course of treatment at the Together Dental Clapham, which included composite fillings and a porcelain onlay. My dentist was Millie the Senior Dentist. She was warm, bubbly and extremely patient. She appeared to use all the latest technology and practices and was very responsive to my individual needs as a patient. She and her co-worker Mary Anna are clearly a close and successful team which made me feel very confident in their hands. I was very impressed.” Together Dental Clapham patient. 

Dr Millie has over 19 years’ experience and is dedicated to the art and science of enhancing a person’s smile and oral health. She says ““Being able to improve the quality of life, confidence and happiness of my patients, through cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry, has been the greatest privilege of my life”” 
 
She is now pleased to be offering free virtual consultations to those interested in a variety of treatments, including composite bonding and smile makeovers. Book your free consultation with Dr Millie today by calling  0333 032 9339.
 
Want to know more about Dr Millie, you can find out more by visiting www.together.dental/clapham/team-members/millie-argyriadou/

2 days ago

Together Dental

We are embracing the 'au natural' way! Trend number four on our list, the 'natural trend'!

We are stepping away from whiter than white perfect designer smiles and into a more natural look which is all about ‘perfect imperfections. The ‘Hollywood Smile’ was the look many wanted, and the straighter and whiter the better. But it seems that perfection just got too perfect and we’re now celebrating our differences. It seems this has all changed, and 2021 is all about embracing the ‘au natural’ way or ‘improved smile’, with perhaps a few tweaks.

Our dentists can help to naturally align, bleach and make use of composite bonding to get a very natural, enhanced looking smile. Find out more www.together.dental/treatments/composite-bonding/
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We are embracing the au natural way! Trend number four on our list, the natural trend!

We are stepping away from whiter than white perfect designer smiles and into a more natural look which is all about ‘perfect imperfections. The ‘Hollywood Smile’ was the look many wanted, and the straighter and whiter the better. But it seems that perfection just got too perfect and we’re now celebrating our differences. It seems this has all changed, and 2021 is all about embracing the ‘au natural’ way or ‘improved smile’, with perhaps a few tweaks.

Our dentists can help to naturally align, bleach and make use of composite bonding to get a very natural, enhanced looking smile. Find out more www.together.dental/treatments/composite-bonding/

6 days ago

Together Dental

Trend number three for 2021, teeth whitening! Teeth whitening is the new anti-aging treatment! Having ‘good’ teeth is now seen as being one of the key anti-aging treatments. Teeth whitening can literally take the years off!

If you would like a brighter, whiter smile then teeth whitening could be for you! Treatment is safely provided by our dental professionals, get in touch today www.together.dental/contact/
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Trend number three for 2021, teeth whitening! Teeth whitening is the new anti-aging treatment! Having ‘good’ teeth is now seen as being one of the key anti-aging treatments. Teeth whitening can literally take the years off! 

If you would like a brighter, whiter smile then teeth whitening could be for you! Treatment is safely provided by our dental professionals, get in touch today www.together.dental/contact/
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