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Dental Surgery

At Romford Road Dental Centre we can provide same-day emergency appointments. We also have had an out of hours service that you can contact if you cannot wait for an emergency slot in our normal clinics. Please call 020 8478 6029 during normal surgery hours or email us and we will contact you as soon as possible. For out of hours NHS dental emergencies, please call 111.


Emergencies Romford Road Dental Centre can help you with include:

  • Toothache

  • Swelling of the Face

  • Broken Tooth

  • Crown Fallen Out or lost

  • Broken Denture

  • Bleeding Tooth Socket Following Extraction

  • Bleeding Gums


Call us 0208 478 6029 and let us get you out of pain.

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Healthy teeth and gums for life
At Romford Road Dental Centre, our dental team focuses on preventive dentistry to help you to achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums for life. We want you to be confident that your breath is fresh and your smile looks its best.
The importance of regular dental check-ups
When you visit us for a dental check-up, it gives us the chance to spot any potential problems at an early stage, so we can treat them quickly, often saving you time and expense. Our examination also includes a mouth cancer screening – this condition is on the increase, and early diagnosis makes a huge difference to survival rates.
Helping you to avoid / combat gum disease
Our hygienist can play a key role in helping you to maintain a healthy mouth, and avoiding problems such as decay and gum disease (the biggest cause of tooth loss in adults). During your visit the hygienist will clean your teeth professionally, removing plaque (a constantly-forming layer of sticky bacteria which causes gum disease) and leaving your teeth fresh and clean.
Oral healthcare advice
As well as visiting us regularly, it is important to maintain a good daily oral healthcare routine at home. During your appointments, we will be happy to give you advice about the best way to care for your teeth. This can include guidance on effective brushing techniques and dietary advice to help you avoid decay and keep your teeth looking their best.


At the Dentist

Is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the oral cavity, the teeth and supporting structures. It includes the rehabilitation of the teeth and the oral cavity to functional, psychological and aesthetic requirements of the individual patient, including the co-ordination of multi-professional working to achieve these objectives.  Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of EndodonticsPeriodontics and Prosthodontics (fixed and removable) and its foundation is based upon the interaction of these specialties in cases requiring complex, multi-faceted care.



Permanent solution for tooth loss

Missing teeth? We can help!

Dental implants provide a realistic, strong and fixed way of replacing missing teeth. They can be used to replace a single tooth or a number of teeth, and can also be used as a much more comfortable and convenient method of keeping dentures in place.

Replace missing teeth with dental implants

Implants are small devices which are, in effect, false tooth roots. Made out of titanium metal, they are placed gently into the jaw bone and left in place until they bond with the bone. This creates a strong and permanent support for replacement teeth, which are specifically shaped and coloured to provide a perfect match to your other teeth.

Why have dental implants?

Dental implants can eliminate gaps and chewing discomfort so that you are able to smile with confidence and eat a complete diet.

For denture wearers, implants can mean the end of embarrassment and frustration caused by a slipping denture. Speak confidently and enjoy your favourite foods again.

Missing teeth can cause your jawbone to shrink resulting in that ‘sucked in’ look. Dental implants can prevent bone loss and help you maintain your facial structure.

An attractive, healthy smile can play an important role in your general health and well-being. It can help you to look and feel your best.

Book your implant consultation

For more information about dental implants and to find out if they are right for you, please book a consultation at our practice in Romford Road.


Click here to download our PDF on our Dental Implant Services.



Orthodontic Treatment at Romford Road Dental Centre

Our teeth serve many functions. A smile that is well-aligned is also healthy. Straight teeth are easy to keep clean, and free of harmful plaque that causes decay and gum disease. Well-aligned teeth and jaws provide optimal function. Tooth wear is greatly reduced, and the jaw joints are allowed to function with less stress and greater comfort.

For most people, a spectacular smile is the most obvious benefit of orthodontics. Nobody can deny that straight teeth are visually appealing. A beautiful smile leads to enhanced self-esteem and is a universally accepted sign of health and beauty. When teeth and bites aren't straight, health, function, and aesthetics are compromised. After your braces come off, you'll definitely feel more self-confident!

See our orthodontic videos to find out more about the treatments we offer

Beautifully straight teeth

Having your teeth straightened can be a real confidence booster, and the great news is that these days there are many different options available. At Romford Road Dental Centre, we offer a number of orthodontic systems. These include fixed appliances and removable, near-invisible, methods, such as Invisalign©, Radiance Plus,  Invisalign© Teen Master Teen Braces, 6 Month Smiles, and Inman Aligner.

Invisalign© "Invisible Braces" straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth. As you replace each aligner every two weeks, your teeth will move – little by little, week by week, gradually moving towards the projected final position.

If you are unhappy or self-conscious about your teeth but don’t like the thought of wearing braces for 18 months or longer, then Inman Aligner orthodontic treatment may be the answer for you.(please see our video demonstration)

The revolutionary Inman Aligner can straighten teeth in just 2-3 months. It offers a great solution for patients who are self-conscious about their misaligned teeth, but who don’t want to commit to lengthy treatments.

The appliances are removable, which means you can still eat whatever you like, and you can clean your teeth as normal.

Click here to download our PDF on our Orthodontic Services.



Dentistry (thankfully) is no longer just a case of filling and taking out teeth.
Nowadays many people turn to cosmetic dentistry, or ‘aesthetic dentistry', as a way of improving their appearance. 
They do this in the same way they might use cosmetic surgery or even a new hairstyle. The treatments can be used to straighten, lighten, reshape, and repair teeth. Cosmetic treatments include teeth straightening (Orthodontics), veneers, crowns, bridges, tooth-coloured fillings, implants, tooth whitening, or a combination of all or some of these treatments.
At Romford Road Dental Practice we look at the bigger picture and carefully plan and coordinate all available cosmetic options including anti-aging treatments (such as Botox and Dermal Fillers).
So whether you’re getting married, having a special birthday or anniversary, or just want to look healthier and happier, speak to our team about booking in to see our treatment coordinator who, in conjunction with the dentist, will help plan all stages of your treatment.


Emergency dentistry
General & prev dentistry
Restorative dentistry
Dental implants
Cosmetic dentistry

What are dental hygienists?

Dental hygienists are licensed oral health professionals who work in dental practices. Dental hygienists primarily focus on preventative care, such as cleaning teeth and providing education on oral hygiene.

What is the dental hygienist's role in the practice?

The dental hygienist's role in the practice is to provide preventative care and education to patients, such as cleaning teeth, taking X-rays, and applying fluoride treatments. They also help to identify any potential dental problems and can refer patients to the dentist for further treatment.

Can a dental hygienist do anything else?

Yes, dental hygienists can also do other things such as take X-rays, provide oral cancer screenings, administer local anesthesia, and perform other preventive procedures like sealants.

Does every practice have a hygienist?

Not every practice has a hygienist, but many do. It depends on the size and focus of the practice, as well as the needs of the patients.

Why is this dental treatment important?

Dental hygiene treatment is important because it helps to prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and other oral health problems. Regular cleanings and check-ups can also catch problems early, making them easier and less expensive to treat.

Can a hygienist help prevent dental disease?

Yes, a hygienist can help prevent dental disease by removing plaque and tartar buildup, providing education on oral hygiene, and identifying potential problems before they become serious.

What other help can be given to adults?

Other help that can be given to adults includes restorative treatments like fillings, crowns, and root canals, as well as cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening and veneers.

What help is available for children?

For children, there are special preventative treatments like fluoride varnish and sealants that can help prevent cavities and other oral health problems.

Why doesn't the dentist do this work?

The dentist often delegates some of the preventative care and education to the hygienist to allow the dentist to focus on more complex treatments like restorations and surgeries.

Will the treatment hurt?

Dental hygiene treatment should not be painful, although some patients may experience sensitivity during the cleaning process. The hygienist can work with the patient to make sure they are comfortable throughout the procedure.

Is the treatment expensive?

The cost of dental hygiene treatment varies depending on the practice and the location, but it is usually less expensive than more complex restorative treatments.

What does the dental hygienist do in the practice?

In practice, the dental hygienist performs a variety of tasks, including cleaning teeth, taking X-rays, administering fluoride treatments, and providing education on oral hygiene. They work closely with the dentist to provide comprehensive care to patients

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