Welcome to Camden High Street Dental Practice

Camden High Street Practice provides private and NHS dentistry for Camden Town, Belsize Park, Kilburn, West Hampstead, Cricklewood, Upper Holloway, Highgate, Golders Green, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Lower Holloway, St. John’s Wood, West Kilburn, Maida Hill, North Kensington, Paddington, Notting Hill, Marylebone, Fitzrovia, Mayfair, King’s Cross, Clerkenwell, Holborn, Covent Garden, Islington, Stroud Green and across London.

Our aim at Camden High Street Dental Practice is to provide a high standard of care and service for you and your family. We endeavour to make your visits a pleasant experience, and to achieve good dental health through preventative dentistry.

We offer a full range of preventative and cosmetic dentistry, and have a dedicated Hygienist’s surgery for oral hygiene care. We can also refer you to other specialists if it is required.

Our professional team take time to be gentle, and we strive to make your experience as pleasant and relaxed as possible.

Our first priority here at Camden High Street Dental Practice is your oral health. We carefully examine the health of your teeth and gums, and discuss the treatment options available to you.

Our friendly and dedicated team will ensure that you have been provided with a relaxed, professional, and affordable service.

Our commitment to our patients is defined by:


The Camden High Street Dental Practice is proud of providing professional and affordable service in both General and Cosmetic dentistry since 1979. We offer a wide range of services from cosmetic and restorative, to general dentistry. Services including; teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, dental implants, oral surgery, root canal treatment, are all performed by an experienced team of finest dentists and certified personnel. We are in compliance with Care Quality Commission and conduct regular audits in order to maintain a high quality standard in our service.

We are proud of the high standard of private dental care we offer and the wide range of services we provide. Our goal is to continuously enhance our skills in order to offer our patients the most up-to-date techniques and improve the quality of care they receive.

Appointments and Care

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Taking your child to the dentist

We welcome and offer complimentary dental care under the NHS for children, provided they are either under 18 years old or under 19 and currently enrolled in full-time education. Our belief is that it is crucial for children to have their initial encounters with the dentist at a young age, as this sets the foundation for a lifelong positive relationship between patient and dentist, as well as future preventive care.

Ensuring that children have a pleasant experience during their dental visits is of utmost importance to us.

These visits should commence as soon as their teeth start to emerge, particularly once they have all their teeth, which typically occurs around the age of 2. It is always preferable to bring a child in at the age of 2 when they are content rather than waiting until they are 4 and suffering from excruciating toothache. When you bring your child to the dentist, approach it with positivity and make the trip enjoyable. This will alleviate any concerns your child may have about future visits.

Bring your child along when you attend your own dental check-up appointments so that they become familiar with the experience.

We cannot stress enough how crucial it is to schedule the first dental visit at an early age.

Making sure they brush properly

To establish a tooth-brushing routine for your baby, begin by gently brushing their gums with a soft toothbrush during bath time. You can also let your baby try brushing their own teeth under your supervision. This helps them understand that brushing is part of their daily washing routine.

Once your baby’s first milk tooth emerges (usually around six months, but it can vary), start using fluoride toothpaste to brush their teeth. Fluoride paste is crucial for preventing and controlling tooth decay.

Remember to ensure that your child does not consume or lick the toothpaste from the tube.

Brush your child’s teeth for a minimum of two minutes twice a day – once before bedtime and at least one other time during the day. Encourage them to spit out any excess toothpaste, but advise against rinsing with excessive amounts of water.

Continue supervising your child’s tooth-brushing until they reach the age of seven or eight. You can either brush their teeth yourself or observe their technique if they brush independently. By the age of seven or eight, they should be capable of brushing on their own. However, it’s still beneficial to occasionally monitor their brushing to ensure they are doing it correctly and for the recommended two minutes.

Assist your child by guiding their hand to help them feel the proper brushing movement.

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