I recently started a treatment with Ikon. What an experience!! From the moment you step inside , the place, the staff, the ultra professional work, the technology , the results ... a whole New Level !'m really excited to see the end result !!
Amazing service from the moment you walk in to the moment you leave. Pam is one of the most caring and helpful hygienists I have seen in a long time and my teeth are gleaming which I cannot thank Pam enough for!
Dr. Bose and his entire team go above & beyond to provide topnotch, quality care. From bedside manner to the cleanliness of the facility (particularly during Covid-19 restrictions) everything about Ikon Dental makes you feel comfortable and confident.
We have specialists in a wide variety of dental fields so you won’t need to go anywhere else.
We provide a range of specialist dental services including orthodontics (abnormalities of the teeth and jaw), endodontics (diseases of the inside of the tooth) periodontology (diseases of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth) and oral surgery. We also have experts in restorative and cosmetic dentistry and facial aesthetics.
We are the only specialist dental practice in London to be recognised by VSS Academy as a teaching centre for Master's Degree Programmes in Dentistry from UCLan (the University of Central Lancashire).
We invest in only the best technology to provide outstanding levels of dental care to all our patients. Digital x-rays for example use extremely low-doses of radiation for improved patient safety while Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) scanning allows for easier and better scanning of the bones and soft tissues. The Trios Intraoral Scanner makes light work of conventional impression taking - swapping messy gag-inducing alginate for state-of-the-art digital scanning while Erb-Chromium Laser therapy makes for gentler treatments, ideal for dental phobic patients.
We specialise in treating patients with complex dental needs and are experts in the oral rehabilitation of patients who require extensive dental treatment. This includes root canal (endodontic) therapy, oral surgery, full smile reconstruction and complex bite problems.
Looking for a dentist specialist nearby who can help with your dental anxiety or fear? We use the latest conscious sedation techniques to help nervous or anxious patients relax during their visit. This enables patients to receive the dental care they need in a safe and comfortable way.
Our team has created an environment within the local community where innovative dentistry and strong values of honesty and integrity go hand in hand. We are fully committed to providing you with the best service possible in the best way possible.
As a specialist dentist in Ealing, London, we pride ourselves on offering an exceptional level of dental care guaranteed to make you smile! Care delivered with honesty, integrity and innovation. This is reflected in the positive feedback we receive. Please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns.
Our goal at IKON Dental Specialists here in Ealing is to provide every patient with the outstanding comprehensive dental care they deserve. We invest in ourselves in order to invest in our patients and regularly share knowledge with our team and our patients. Ultimately, our goal for every patient is to have a beautiful healthy smile that will last a lifetime. Find out more about some of our dental services below:
Removable – Invisalign clear aligners are the hassle-free way to straighten teeth and unlike fixed braces, are designed to be removed every time you eat or drink.
Incredibly discreet - Invisalign aligners are made from BPA-free clear plastic making them appear almost invisible when worn.
Better oral hygiene - Because Invisalign aligners are easily removed, you can brush and floss your teeth as normal without restriction.
Less dental visits – As there are no brackets and wires to adjust, Invisalign patients need fewer dental visits. Even when check-up appointments with our specialist dentist in Ealing are necessary, they remain brief.
Both Invisalign and fixed braces can move teeth efficiently and while traditional braces might be better for more complex tooth movements or bite misalignments, Invisalign provides a better solution for those looking for minor or aesthetic tooth movements. Dr Cholia, our registered specialist in orthodontics will assess your situation and help you to make an informed dental decision.
Yes, it is possible to have Invisalign treatment even when you have existing restorations. While crowns and dental fillings aren’t affected by Invisalign, our specialist orthodontist can plan movements around your restorations if you already have dental implants.
In a word, no. Invisalign treatment should be comfortable. You might feel slight pressure on your teeth for the first few days after changing an aligner but this is normal and tells you that your teeth are on the move.
As with all orthodontic treatment, patients can expect to wear a retainer for some time after teeth have moved to prevent them from immediately drifting back. This should only be for a few months until the teeth have fully stabilised in their new positions but can depend heavily upon the patient’s bone healing abilities.
Resemble natural teeth – Once a dental implant is fitted with a dental crown it looks incredibly lifelike and natural. In fact, to the untrained eye, it can be hard to spot where your real teeth end and your implants start.
Behave like natural teeth - Because dental implants are anchored directly into your jaw they become part of your mouth. As such, they provide the strength and functionality that real teeth have.
Prevents further bone loss - When a tooth is missing, it starts a chain of events resulting in a loss of bone mass around the jaw. By placing an implant directly into the jaw bone, it stimulates the bone tissue causing it to regrow.
Long-lasting – Implants can last far longer than other forms of missing tooth restoration provided they are cared for properly. This makes them a cost-effective investment in the long-term.
A dental implant is a post-like structure typically made from titanium that is secured into the jaw at the missing tooth site. Over time, the implant fuses with the bone to create a strong platform which can then be topped with a lifelike dental restoration such as a crown or bridge to complete a smile.
You can ignore a missing tooth but if you do, be aware that a tooth gap may cause any remaining teeth to start to drift towards the space. This can affect bite alignment and exacerbate wear and tear on other teeth.
Moreover, when a tooth is missing, it impacts the health of your jawbone. Natural teeth stimulate the jawbone through chewing and biting helping it to grow and remain healthy. Without treating missing teeth, the bone receives less stimulation, causing it to reabsorb (lose volume). This, in turn, can bring about an ageing look as well as undermine otherwise healthy teeth.
Dental implant treatment is a safe process that has been honed by dental professionals over four or five decades. If you want to be doubly sure, then talk to specialist dentists in Ealing like us who have vast experience in placing dental implants into the mouths of patients.
Modern-day dental techniques and technology mean that dental implant surgery is both comfortable and safe. Patients should feel little or no discomfort whatsoever during the placement stage of the process. They may feel slight discomfort, however, for a few days after surgery, but any pain felt should easily be brought under control using over-the-counter medication like Aspirin. After 1-2 weeks, patients should be able to go back to living their normal lives.
We’re fortunate enough to have a highly qualified and experienced hygienist at our Ealing dental clinic who has worked in specialist and periodontal implant practices for over 15 years. She takes a holistic approach to treatment taking into account cutting-edge techniques for gum disease prevention and cure. Our hygienist also works with patients to help them maintain a healthy smile both now and in the future.
Healthy gums form the foundation for healthy teeth so taking care of your gums is paramount to not only a healthy smile but your overall health too. Regular visits to our hygienist will help to eradicate any prolonged tartar build up and get your oral health back on track.
Moreover, our hygienist can also give you advice on things like dietary intake, proper brushing and flossing techniques and signs to look out for in the event of gum disease. In fact, she will arm you with all the tools necessary so that you can continue to maintain a healthy smile for life.
Our hygienist practices the latest gentle dental techniques and will always put your comfort and welfare first. In addition, she can also provide the latest localised anesthetic which can be gently administered to ensure you remain relaxed and comfortable during your procedure.
Aside from a very warm welcome, our hygienist will give you a thorough assessment to ascertain the current state of your gum health. From this, she will develop a custom treatment plan based on your exacting needs. Where necessary, our hygienist will also give advice on factors like diet, smoking cessation and oral hygiene cleaning at home.
The first thing to notice when you visit our dentist in Ealing is that we never rush patients through appointments. We try to take as long as we need to ensure you leave both happy and satisfied. Typically, however, you can expect a new patient hygiene appointment to last for about 1 hour with additional appointments lasting on average around 30-45 minutes depending upon what needs to be done.