Marsh Lane Dental—Private Dentist
We are a family-run private dentist based in Stanmore. We attract clients from a wide area including Harrow, Edgware, Mill Hill, Pinner, Finchley, Totteridge, Radlett, Highgate, Hampstead, Watford, Bushey, Hemel Hempstead and St Albans.
Our philosophy focuses on helping you keep healthy teeth and gums for a lifetime. We are committed to delivering first-class preventative care and, in partnership with you, we will devise strategies that keep you in an optimum state of dental health.
Our usual opening times are listed on the Contact Page although we do our very best to open at other times to meet our clients’ requirements and offer an emergency service.
We are always keen to hear how we can best serve you so please let us know how we are doing.
Visit our Prices pages to see our fee list which is regularly revised in order to bring you the best value—ring us on 020 8954 2602 to take advantage. You won’t be disappointed with our service.
News from Marsh Lane Dental
On the 29th June, Marsh Lane Dental were invited to Aylward School Nursery to give a talk on maintaining good dental health in children. See our Facebook page for further details.
Dr Stephanie Yarwood
We are delighted to welcome Dr Stephanie Yarwood to our team as an Associate Dentist and Invisalign specialist.
Invisalign is a cost-effective treatment for tooth straightening usind 3D-computerised modelling to design bespoke, clear ’mouthguard’ aligners for your new smile.
Read more on Invisalign’s web site and on our Team page.
Ring us today on 020 8954 2602 to book your consultation with Stephanie.
The Truth about Your Teeth, 4th June 2015
It was good to watch "The Truth about Your Teeth (Part I) on BBC1 this evening.
The programme made many excellent points which coincide with our own message and philosophy. We found it particularly touching to see people so happy as a result of finally getting their dental health sorted out - it makes what we do worthwhile!
Other salient points were:
- how we judge people by their appearance and how the state of a person’s teeth have a significant affect on this.
- however badly decayed teeth are, it’s worth saving them before it’s too late
- tooth decay is preventable - seeing a dentist once a year reduces the chance of decay by 60%. Eating sensibly and avoiding sugary drinks etc. will also significantly decrease the chances of decay.
- the outcome of the tooth-whitening experiment was predictable and proved that the only effective way of achieving a brighter, whiter smile is with a professional dental tooth-whitening programme.
This highly recommended programme is on IPlayer for 28 days here: The Truth about Your Teeth, Part I
We look forward to Part II next week.
New blog post added on the importance of flossing your teeth.
Our site now also has a mobile version.
If you are using your phone, you should now be able to easily read content without zooming!
New blog post on the increase of dental decay in children
More coming soon ...
BDA supports calls for coordinated action on obesity and tooth decay
Our clients know that childrens’ appointments with us are hands-on and fun. However, our aim, in common with parents, is to help children understand the value of good dental health and sensible food choices.
Read what the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry have to say here.