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DR Janine Sohota

Dr Janine Sohota graduated from Birmingham Dental School in 2012. Since then she has worked in private practice both in Rugby and London (Kensington/Fulham). Janine has a keen eye for detail and by her own admission is a perfectionist. Dr Sohota has a special interest in cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry and particularly enjoys transforming smiles using minimally invasive methods.

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1609, 2020

Electric Toothbrush Benefits For Patients with Health Issues

September 16th, 2020|Comments Off on Electric Toothbrush Benefits For Patients with Health Issues

Using electric toothbrushes Using electric toothbrushes can be easier for people coping with medical issues. They are a good choice for people with limited mobility such as those with: Arthritis Carpal tunnel Developmental disabilities Many new electric toothbrush brands come with a built-in timer that can be very helpful to make sure you brush your teeth for long enough to effectively remove plaque from your teeth and gums. Toddlers and young children may find toothbrushes with timers very useful [...]

1411, 2019

Laser Gum Surgery from Glow Dental in Battersea

November 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Laser Gum Surgery from Glow Dental in Battersea

Laser Gum Surgery There are many benefits to using lasers to treat gum disease, such as treating periodontal gum pockets. Dentists are used to treating all types of infected teeth and gums, but the use of laser technology is a very effective way of treating conditions in difficult to reach areas. Periodontal disease, in particular, is a condition that tends to appear in adults during their 30s and 40s. It is estimated that most adults will have some level of [...]

2309, 2019

How to Take Care of your Natural Teeth

September 23rd, 2019|Comments Off on How to Take Care of your Natural Teeth

Natural Teeth Preventing tooth decay may seem like an impossible task, but it is often preventable if you take careful steps to look after your teeth. You can do this by making sure your teeth and gums remain as healthy as possible. Always remember that your teeth and gums are alive and need the right foods to nourish them and the right care and attention if you want them to last you a lifetime. Here are some of the most [...]

2309, 2019

Symptoms and Treatment of Tooth decay

September 23rd, 2019|Comments Off on Symptoms and Treatment of Tooth decay

Tooth decay Tooth decay is the process of tooth degeneration when plaque acids eat away your tooth enamel. Plaque build up on the surface of your teeth and between the grooves and crevices of your teeth  produces an acid that attacks the hard outer-layer of your tooth. Over time the plaque build up and acid attack can cause holes in the teeth that are called dental caries. Plaque build up along the gum line can also cause dental abscesses and [...]

2506, 2019

Glow Dental Laser Gum Contouring

June 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Glow Dental Laser Gum Contouring

Laser Gum Contouring There are lots of people that are unhappy with their smile. Most of the time this can be because they have crooked, broken or missing teeth that are spoiling their smile, but it is not only teeth that can cause you anxiety over your smile. Sometimes it can be something other than your teeth. It can be your gums! Lots of people are not confident about their smile, not because of their teeth, but because they may [...]

2506, 2019

Dental Desensitisation Treatments

June 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Dental Desensitisation Treatments

Glow Dental Desensitisation Treatments Many patients develop sensitivity in their teeth. This is most often caused by gum recession. This is when the gums start to shrink away from the enamel surface of a tooth. You can feel a lot of discomfort and pain, especially when drinking very hot or cold drinks. This happens because the gum recession causes the roots of the teeth to be exposed. Pain can be felt in response to hot or cold temperatures as well [...]

What Services Do Dentists Provide?

It is generally advised that you visit a dentist at least once every six months for a dental check-up to make sure your teeth and gums are healthy and that you are not developing any oral health problems.

You can book your next 6-monthly appointment at the end of your first visit, so you will be assured that you have secured another regular check-up even before you leave the dental surgery. This is quite routine and the dental receptionist will make sure the next appointment you are offered is at a convenient time and date to suit your needs. Booking this far in advance will better ensure that you get a good appointment where you may not need to change any plans you have or take time off work to visit your dentist.

Dental procedures

Most people attend every six months for a routine check-up and a professional clean, if needed. Although these are the two most common reasons to visit a dentist, you will have access to a wide variety of different dental treatments and procedures should you need them.

Your dentist will be able to offer preventative treatment where their may be an area of concern, such as protecting your child’s milk teeth with a special coating to prevent tooth decay from forming, or removing a troublesome milk tooth that may be impeding the growth of a second tooth coming in behind it.

Should you suffer from tooth decay, your dentist can perform simple fillings, or they may need to remove and replace a badly decayed tooth that cannot be saved. For replacement teeth your dentist may recommend either dentures or dental implant treatment.

Where a broken or badly decayed tooth can be saved, your dentist may be able to fit a crown. This is something that fits over the top of your natural tooth and will help to restore your tooth to it’s original size, shape, strength and look. A crown is a great way to re-build, strengthen and protect teeth that are broken.

If you discover that you have an abscess, or your gums and teeth have become infected, then your dentist may recommend a root canal treatment. This will involve removing the infected dental pulp and tissues. Your affected teeth will them be thoroughly cleaned and sealed to prevent any further decay or degradation. Typical symptoms for needing root canal work include painful toothache, swollen gums, extreme sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures, pain when eating or drinking.

Your dentist can also help you with the cosmetic look of your teeth. Teeth whitening treatments are very popular, and your dentist can provide a course of whitening treatments that are personally tailored to your needs. Due to the chemicals used, this is a much safer route to take than using home whitening kits.

The above examples are just some of the most common types of treatment on offer at most dentists, but you will find dental surgeries that offer more specialised treatments, such as lingual braces for tooth straightening, laser treatments for gum disease and much more!

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