Are you looking for a general dentist to help keep your teeth healthy and fit?

Perhaps you want a dentist to help transform your smile, brighten dark teeth, replace missing teeth or straighten your crooked teeth?

White Star dental practice is your local dentist in the Stanmore area dedicated to helping the local people stay dentally fit with beautiful smiles.

What dental problems can we solve?

Staying Dentally healthy

If you are able to keep your teeth and gums healthy then this has a wider impact on your overall body health, especially your heart, so as a dental practice that cares we are passionate about helping you stay dentally fit and keep your teeth and gums healthy for life… Which also helps to keep your dental costs down too, something everybody wants!

So here’s how we can help…

  1. Kid’s dentistry to help your children’s teeth stay healthy for life..
  2. Dental hygiene treatments ensuring that your own teeth stay fit and healthy.
  3. Bad breath clinic to help anyone with halitosis.
  4. Gum disease treatments and diagnostic measures to ensure you keep your teeth for life.
  5. Decay detection to keep disease down and prevent tooth loss.
  6. Oral cancer screening to ensure that you stay fit and have an early warning sign of any problem.

Straightening crooked teeth.

Did you know that straight teeth are also healthy teeth? One of the hardest to reach areas when cleaning your teeth is the spaces between your teeth. Normally it is a fairly simple task to floss each day to reach these difficult areas, but if your teeth are crooked this can become a rather difficult exercise. Having straight teeth not only looks good but means your daily dental health routine becomes just that little bit easier. So what can we do to straighten crooked teeth?

  1. Dental veneers.
  2. Almost invisible clear braces.
  3. Rapid orthodontics with the Inman aligner.

Replacement of missing teeth.

bone lossLots of people in Stanmore have missing teeth and replacing them not only helps them look and feel healthier but helps them eat more efficiently too. Another problem with gaps between the teeth is that the adjacent teeth have a tendency to drift into the space as there is nothing there to support them. Over time this can affect your bite and make replacement of the missing teeth even more difficult in future. It is therefore generally recommended that you replace missing teeth as soon as possible using:

  1. Dentures.
  2. Dental implants.
  3. Dental bridges.

If you’re not sure which of these treatments is right for you, then please check out our blog were write the occasional health update which helps explain some of the differences between all of these treatments.

How to get our dental practice from Stanmore

Our dental practice is only 5 min and 1.7 miles from Stanmore mean we are very quick drive, here are directions:

  • Head southwest out of Stanmore on Uxbridge Rd/A410 toward Uxbridge Road (Harrow Weald)
  • At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Kenton Ln
  • At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Kenton Ln

Travelling by Public transport?

Travelling to us by public transport takes approximately 22 min. Take the train on the Jubilee line from Stanmore towards Canons Park. Exit at Canons Park and walk across to stop B and take the 186 towards Preston. Belmont (Harrow) is stop BQ and takes approximately 8 min. We are then short two-minute walk from here.

What patients from Stanmore say about our practice

Here is a video that we have made of patients reviewing our dental practice near Stanmore.

What to do next.

If you would like to book an appointment. There are a few simple ways to do this:

If you would like to brighten your smile with cosmetic dentistry and we also offer a free consultation worth £60.To download your exclusive invitation voucher please complete your details to the right of this page. We very much look forward to seeing you at our dental practice and hope that you feel comfortable travelling from Stanmore to your friendly dentist just down the road.

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