For most people, going to the dentist is not the most pleasant experience, but things are set to change thanks to the arrival of new technologies.
– Cavities can now be treated using oral lasers instead of traditional (and painful) drilling and filling techniques
– Lasers can also be used to kill the bacteria responsible for teeth decay during root canal treatment, and in approximately 10 years, stem cell treatment could revolutionise the way root canals are done
– 3D printer technology is currently used to create customised implants, and researchers are studying how nanotechnology could aid bone regeneration after dental implants are fitted
However, there is one thing that new technologies cannot replace: good oral hygiene habits, which remain essential when it comes to looking after your smile.
Dr. Kabra has taken over the practice from Mr. Rob Bell, who is semi-retired and continues to work at the practice part-time.
Mr. Bell describes Dr. Kabra as: "a highly qualified dentist… who is likeable and friendly and I hope you will see him with the reassurance that I thoroughly recommend him."
Dr. Kabra qualified from a prestigious dental school in India, and was subsequently recruited to the UK as a dentist. He soon developed an interest in restorative & cosmetic dentistry and subsequently went on to complete a Restorative Diploma, with the respected Royal College of Surgeons. He is also an accredited trainer of newly qualified dentists. He has expertise in utilizing invisible braces to straighten teeth. He also has experience in implant dentistry and can help with snoring and sleep apnoea.
Dr. Kabra says: "I am delighted to offer a broad range of bespoke private treatments, ranging from private general dental care to orthodontics (braces to straighten teeth), dental implants (to replace missing teeth), and facial aesthetics (wrinkle relaxation & dermal fillers)".
"I look forward to meeting each of you personally in the near future and hope to continue a lasting relationship of providing you a lifetime of good oral health."