Nicole graduated with top academic honours from Semmelweis Dental School in Budapest, Hungary.
Canadian-born, she lived and studied in North America and Europe before deciding to settle in London in 2013. She joined our practice in 2016. Nicole provides her patients with a full range of treatments and services, and has a particular interest in Periodontology and Implant dentistry. She is currently completing her Masters in Periodontology at the International Medical College in Germany, Switzerland, and Hungary.
Outside of dentistry, she has a passion for travelling, tennis, and enjoys spending time with her family.
Our general dental services help to maintain your dental and oral health, leaving you happy with your smile. After your first consultation, when we get to know you and your dental history properly, we will create a personalised treatment programme for you based on your needs
We want to see all children smiling confidently. Our wonderful dentists are on hand to make this happen. They give child-friendly oral care recommendations and build rapport with each child so that a trip to the dentist is enjoyable and no longer a frightening chore.
Endodontics involves the treatment of dental pulp. Endodontists save diseased teeth by fighting infection though processes like root canal therapy. Our experts will first diagnose tooth pain, before performing root canal therapy or another necessary procedure on the interior of the tooth.
Periodontics is the field of dentistry that looks after the health of your gums and the bone tissue around your teeth. Gum (periodontal) disease often develops slowly and can go unnoticed. Tell-tale signs include red, swollen or bleeding gums. Our treatment involves the removal of plaque to stop gum inflammation and to return your mouth to normal.
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.
Caries (tooth decay) prevention:
Caries, or tooth decay, is caused by bacteria, which turn sugar into acids that eat away at the tooth enamel. For diagnostic purposes, we use x-rays to discover tooth decay which is invisible to the naked eye.
Teeth may decay or chip over time. These teeth should be restored so that they function and look the way they did before. Single teeth restorations include fillings, inlays, onlays and crowns. Whole teeth can be replaced with implants, bridges or dentures.
A filling restores a decayed tooth to its former shape and function. The filling material we use depends on the location of the affected tooth, but every filling will look completely natural.
Inlays / Onlays:
After the removal of decay, an inlay may be fitted into a tooth cavity and cemented into place. It is stronger and more durable than a filling.
An onlay is very similar to an inlay, but it also ‘hugs’ the tooth’s biting surface to prevent a filled tooth from breaking. They require less tooth filing than crowns.
Crowns, also called caps, are natural tooth-like covers that restore very broken down teeth. They can be made from ceramic, porcelain or metal, and are matched to your natural tooth colour so that they blend in with your other teeth.
A conventional bridge is a natural-looking false tooth that replaces a missing tooth and ‘bridges’ the space between two teeth. So unlike dentures, bridges are fixed and cannot be taken out of your mouth.
Bridges may reduce your risk of gum disease, help correct various bite issues and can even improve your speech.
Although our hygienists will remove surface stains from your teeth, you will then need tooth whitening to penetrate the structure of your teeth and increase their brightness. This is achieved by applying gel to the teeth in a custom-made tray, allowing your teeth to sparkle.
Veneers improve the shape, shade or position of your teeth. Veneers are very thin laminates of tooth-colored porcelain, ceramic or special composite resin. Before constructing veneers, we will help you to choose the smile you want. If the changes you need are significant, we may work with our orthodontist, Dr Heike Börnert, to align your teeth prior to the construction of veneers.
We prevent oral diseases by carefully examining the mouth for early signs of gum disease and tooth decay. To do this effectively, our dentists and hygienists will ask you about your diet and your oral hygiene routine, as both can affect the likelihood of disease.
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