When Infinitidental Clinic opened in Spring 2012, our motive was to bring ethical dentistry to the residents of Wimbledon and beyond in a modern and contemporary setting, complemented with technologically superior tools to deliver the best in class in dentistry and dental services to our patients.
Your smile has importance for your appearance, confidence, self-esteem, health, happiness, mood, stress levels to name just a few.Infinitidental Clinic can show you how your smile could look with Invisalign’s ClinCheck video
With schools back from summer and everyone’s schedule back to the usual hectic pace of London life, we have to be organized to ensure sufficient homework is done, scouts and brownie classes are attended and our weekends allow us to go to all the birthday parties our children are invited to.
Having healthy teeth and gums, a nice smile and non-invasive breath, all contribute to increasing confidence. In a food and drink orientated society, our teeth and gums are the first affected by our healthy and unhealthy habits.
As we age, the imperfections show on our face, neck, décolletage and hands. These lines, wrinkles and folds are a normal part of the ageing process. The skin structure changes over time and the destruction of tissue cells becomes greater than the production.
infinitidental clinic is a private dental practice in SW19, opposite the newly revamped Nelson Health Centre. The clinic has a strong family connection, opening five years ago on the site of the family’s newsagents.
Snoring is no laughing matter. Whether the guilty party is you or your partner, snoring can have a drastic impact on your relationship and the quality of both of your lives, especially when the irritation of it drags on for years.
As we age, imperfections show on our face. The skin structure changes and the destruction of tissue cells becomes greater than the production. Our skin becomes less elastic, flexible and supple and more fragile and drier.
I am delighted to be working with Wimbledon’s Infinitidental practice. I originally graduated from Guy’s, King’s College London and St Thomas’ Hospital in 2006 and was awarded ‘best academic achievement’.