Our dental clinic is open and you can read our COVID-safe procedures here.
We have unfortunately had to temporarily stop our beauty treatments in line with Government regulations. All existing appointments will be rescheduled.
Advice and reassurance from our London practice, for a comfortable dental experience.
Does the thought of visiting the dentist fill you with a sense of dread? You are not alone. Dental anxiety is very common and our team are here to help and reassure. From nitrous oxide and sedation, to TVs and music to calm you, here at Bow Lane we work with you to build the best treatment plan. Get in touch for a chat about what we offer.
As a private London dentist, we have treated thousands of anxious and nervous patients. By providing you with a pleasant dental experience, we can help you to overcome your fears and enjoy good oral health for a lifetime.
Whether you are nervous of the dentist generally, or are feeling anxious about an upcoming dental implant, extraction or oral surgery, we are here to listen to your concerns and to give you the best care, tailored to your needs.
Stewart has the ability to put you at ease and always takes care to explain what and why he is doing in the process. I am thrilled with the outcome of my new fillings and highly recommend Stewart and Bow Lane. My favourite dentist by far!
Dental hygienist & therapist
Dental Hygienist, Orthodontic Therapist & Facial Aesthetician
Meet Brooke Shipp, Renate Putrus and Sarah Urquhart, our dental hygienists at Bow Lane Dental Group. Toothache can be caused by a number of factors, including irregular brushing and neglecting your oral hygiene routine.
For example, if you do not brush or floss regularly, you are more susceptible to swollen and inflamed gums and bacteria build-up, which can lead to gum disease. When you have gum disease, you are more likely to have trouble with infections, which can cause toothache.
As well at this, caries (tooth decay) can form from poor oral hygiene, which can lead to very sensitive teeth and tooth pain. The pain can vary, from keeping you awake at night, to the occasional sharp pain.
You may also feel pain and tenderness when eating or drinking. Regardless of the type of pain you are in, we advise you to call us on 020 7236 3600 and get booked in for a check-up. Our team of friendly dentists can get to the bottom of the issue and get you out of pain as quickly as possible.