Welcome to Twoth Dental + Facial Aesthetics in St. John’s Wood, London. A CQC registered clinic opened in 2022, offering the full range of treatments with a world-class team of experienced professionals. Experience exceptional dental and facial aesthetic care at Twoth Dental + Facial Aesthetics in St. John’s Wood, London.
At our clinic, we provide exceptional dental oral surgery treatment with a compassionate approach, ensuring your comfort and well-being throughout the process. Dental oral surgery refers to a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on surgical procedures involving the mouth, jaw, and facial structures. These treatments are designed to address a range of oral health issues, including wisdom teeth extraction, dental implants, jaw realignment, and corrective jaw surgery.
During dental oral surgery, our skilled oral surgeons utilize advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology to perform precise and effective procedures. The benefits of dental oral surgery extend beyond resolving oral health problems. By undergoing these treatments, you can experience improved oral function, enhanced aesthetics, reduced discomfort, and a restored quality of life.
There are several benefits to Oral Surgery, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Oral Surgery benefits below.
Choosing Twoth ensures unparalleled care and exceptional results. With a world-class team of professionals and personalized treatment, trust us for transformative dental and facial aesthetic treatments. A CQC registered clinic, Twoth combines expertise, advanced techniques, and a luxurious environment for the smile or rejuvenation you deserve.
Mr. Aldaadaa (or AL as called by friends and patients) is a GDC registered Specialist Oral Surgeon with extensive training at world-prestigious universities and hospitals. He is amongst a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom with triple higher training; in academic (PhD) and clinical Oral Surgery (MOralSurg) as well as Implant Dentistry (Cer.Imp.Dent) utilising the latest evidence based technology to provide high standard treatments.
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Your Implant Retained Dentures treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Implant Retained Dentures below.
During the consultation, our experienced oral surgeon will discuss your concerns, examine your oral health, and develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
Prior to the surgery, we will provide detailed instructions on preoperative preparations, which may include fasting, medication adjustments, and arranging for transportation if necessary.
The oral surgery procedure will be performed with precision and care, utilizing advanced techniques and anesthesia to ensure your comfort. The specific treatment will depend on your individual case, such as wisdom teeth extraction or dental implant placement.
Take prescribed medications, including pain relievers and antibiotics, as directed by your oral surgeon.
Maintain a soft-food diet for the recommended period, gradually reintroducing solid foods as advised.
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Follow all postoperative instructions provided by your oral surgeon, including medications and any dietary restrictions.
Apply cold compresses or ice packs to the outside of your face in the immediate hours following surgery to help reduce swelling.
Maintain excellent oral hygiene by gently brushing your teeth twice a day and rinsing with a saltwater solution as recommended.
Avoid smoking, using straws, or participating in activities that may create suction in the mouth, as these can interfere with the healing process.
BDS (Kings College University of London), Cert Orth (New York University), Msc . Stem cells . Distinction (Kings College University of London)
GDC Number: 63959
BChd (Hons) MClinDent OS (UCL Eastman) MOralSurg (RCSEng) Cer.Imp.Dent (Warwick) PhD (UCL Eastman)
GDC Number: 275892
BDS University of Manchester
GDC NUMBER: 296144
BDS King's College London, PgDip Clear Aligner Orthodontics, PgCert Fixed Orthodontics, PgCert Restorative
GDC NUMBER: 252923
BDS King's College London
GDC NUMBER: 265147
GDC NUMBER: 292486
Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh National Certificate NEBDN 1996
GDC NUMBER: 136639
Find the answer to the most common questions. Everything you need to know about Oral Surgery
Dental oral surgery is a specialized branch of dentistry that focuses on surgical procedures involving the mouth, jaw, and facial structures.
With the use of anesthesia, dental oral surgery is generally performed with minimal discomfort during the procedure. Postoperative pain can be managed with prescribed medications.
The duration of dental oral surgery depends on the complexity of the procedure. Some surgeries can be completed in a relatively short time, while others may require multiple visits.
Dental oral surgery can address various conditions, including impacted wisdom teeth, dental implant placement, jaw realignment, and corrective jaw surgery for functional or aesthetic purposes.
Dental oral surgery procedures are generally safe when performed by a qualified and experienced oral surgeon. They undergo extensive training to ensure patient safety and optimal outcomes.
The recovery period varies depending on the type of surgery performed. Most patients experience a few days of initial discomfort, with the complete healing process taking several weeks to months.
Swelling is a common occurrence after dental oral surgery, but it typically subsides within a few days. Applying cold compresses as directed can help reduce swelling.
Following dental oral surgery, you will likely need to stick to a soft-food diet for a certain period, gradually reintroducing solid foods as advised by your oral surgeon.
Like any surgical procedure, dental oral surgery carries some risks. Your oral surgeon will discuss these risks with you beforehand and take necessary precautions to minimize them.
The timing varies depending on the procedure and your individual healing process. Your oral surgeon will provide specific guidelines on when you can resume work and normal activities.