Dr George Paolinelis
George an experienced Consultant Oral Surgeon, who carries out 30A’s full range of Oral Surgery procedures, from simple tooth removal procedures to complex bone grafts.
Academically, George qualified from King’s College London, where he also studied for a PhD in Biomaterials. He has served as a lecturer and has run the Oral Surgery undergraduate course where his team was commended by the General Dental Council school inspection. Currently, he leads clinical teaching of surgical implant dentistry to postgraduate dentists training to become specialists in Periodontology, Prosthodontics and Speciality trainees, prior to becoming consultants in Oral Surgery.
He has published, presented and lectured internationally on his research as well as teaching methods and contributed to dental textbooks.
George enjoys sailing, skiing and spending time with his young family.
Oral surgery can seem daunting. But our friendly and experienced oral surgeons go out of their way to make you comfortable before, during and after surgery. We use only the most modern technology in all of our procedures, making your treatment as gentle and as painless as possible.
No matter what treatment you come in for, you could not be in better hands.
Radiography and Diagnostic:
30a’s diagnostic equipment is second to none, helping us to help you. We choose our technology based on your well-being. For example, we use digital radiography, rather than normal x-rays, because it lowers radiographic exposure by a fifth
We have built a worldwide reputation for our dental implant services, led by Vladimir Nikitin and George Paolinelis.
Dental implants can replace any number of teeth, from a single tooth to a complete set. Patients like them because they are comfortable, stable and allow for easy chewing. They also slow the shrinkage of the jaw bone, which usually occurs when we lose teeth.
Wisdom teeth are the last to develop and often give rise to problems.
George Paolinelis will assess your wisdom teeth clinically and using radiographs. In the event that the nerve supplying sensation to the lip, chin, teeth, gums and the widom tooth appear close together, a CBCT 3D scan will be needed to help evaluate the risks before surgery.
George prides himself on minimally invasive surgery, which considers the long-term health of the surrounding teeth gums and bone.
A dental extraction is the removal of a tooth. This may be required if a tooth cannot be restored, is impacted, is causing gum problems or prior to some orthodontic treatments.
Irrespective of the complexity of the extraction, we will use the least invasive procedure possible. This will help to quicken the healing process and maintain the mouth’s architecture.
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