Museum Dental Suites is an award winning dental practice located at 70 Great Russell Street, Holborn, Central London, WC1. Our committed team of private dentists in London dedicated to providing high quality dental care and the best treatment to solve your oral health problems. We make your smile more beautiful with the latest technology of dentistry, top dentist, wonderful support staff and relaxing surrounding at our modern dental clinic.
We offer everything from simple dental check-up to complicated dental surgery. Our treatments ranging from general dentistry including dental hygiene, periodontal treatment and root canal treatment, to cosmetic dentistry including teeth whitening, porcelain veneers and dental implants. We also offer latest orthodontic treatment including adult braces and invisalign braces to help you achieve a straighter teeth.
Not only do we offer preventive care to maintain the health of your smile, but we also perform restorative and cosmetic treatments to help you look and feel at your best. We take the time to get to know each patient. Our dentist will listen to your desires and concerns, and personalise your care accordingly. We take your individual needs and preferences into consideration when creating the treatment plan just right for you.
We can look after and enhance your smile with the latest and most advanced dental technology and techniques. Our dental team have years of experience and strive to stay at the forefront of the latest developments in dentistry. Under the exceptional care of our world-class dentists, you will continue to benefit from the cutting-edge treatments performed as quickly and painlessly as possible.
We will ensure your total comfort and satisfaction during every visit with us. Our aim is for you to leave each appointment feeling educated and empowered about your dental health and get the results that you deeply desire.
We are the finalists for Dentistry Awards in the year 2013 & 2014. It is one of the biggest awards in UK dentistry that recognises the best in all aspects of general dental practice across the entire nation. Being the finalist to this prestigious award is a great motivator for us and we consider it a great achievement for our whole team.
Get high quality dental care from the best private dentist in London at Museum Dental Suites. If you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment, call us on 0207 183 0886. We look forward to welcoming you to the practice.
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