If you have an issue or worry about your smile, our dentists welcome you to call or book an appointment at Fulham Dental Clinic. Having a filling drop out, chipping a tooth, or suffering pain or discomfort all should be dealt with quickly, and we are here to support you.

We also encourage patients with any symptoms such as bleeding gums, bad breath, or a feeling their teeth are moving to speak to our dentists. These are symptoms of gum disease. Not only can we provide a thorough check-up, but with our unique laser-guided therapy under the microscope, we can treat and manage the disease.

Pain and discomfort are the body’s way of telling you it needs attention, put yourself first, and book an appointment. 


If you require an emergency dental appointment and you are not registered, we will gladly help you. Find out more about emergency appointments with our dentists.


Our dental care professionals are trained in managing patients’ anxiety about dental treatment. If you feel concerned about visits to the dentist, we will put you at  your ease. Every one of us is committed to make your experience at FDC positive. When you arrive, our friendly, caring receptionists will welcome you and make sure you feel comfortable. From there, everyone you meet will focus on keeping you relaxed and comfortable throughout your visit. You can find out more here


At Fulham dental Clinic we are uniquely placed to offer patients root canal treatments under the microscope. Using the same microscope we use for laser-guided gum disease treatment, our clinicians can expertly remove every part of the root with ease, ensuring no unwanted debris is left behind.
Laser guided gum disease


If you are a patient that has had an implant with another practice or dental clinician and are suffering from pain, bleeding gums, and discomfort it’s important to seek help. We are happy to discuss your symptoms and treat you.

These symptoms are often an indication that there could be the presence of a condition associated with implants called Peri-implantitis. Peri-implantitis is an inflammation of the soft tissues around a dental implant, leading to bone loss.

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, can mean for some patients tooth loss. On some occasions, patients may be offered to have an implant to replace the tooth. A dental implant is a procedure where an exact match of your tooth is surgically implanted into the gum.

For patients who have suffered the loss of a tooth, we do provide dental implants but only if the gums are healthy and in the best possible condition. We ensure gum health is at its optimum using our laser-guided gum disease treatment

Patients who need this treatment, have often lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, also known as gum disease. If a patient receives an implant and the periodontal disease has not been managed using laser-guided therapy, Peri-implantitis can occur.

Peri-implantitis is a painful condition and it must be treated. The soft tissues around a dental implant become inflamed, due to the bad bacteria caused by periodontal disease, being active in and around the implant. These bacteria can not only cause, pain and infection, but they contribute to bone loss.

Sadly this condition is common because the periodontal bacteria have not been removed and managed correctly before the procedure. We often treat patients who are in this situation, but thankfully because of our expertise and unique laser-guided therapy treatment, we can care for you and create a treatment plan to restore health.

Lady having dental treatment
contact our team or book online


To book an appointment you can contact the clinic or book an appointment online. Our friendly team in the clinic are always delighted to hear from new patients. No matter your dental history or oral health we welcome you to Fulham Dental Clinic.