General Dentistry

At Fifty Five A Dental Practices, we offer high quality general dental care for the whole family, from young children through to older generations. Our St John’s Wood practice is a warm and welcoming environment and is fully equipped with the latest state-of-the art dental equipment for efficient and caring treatment.

Whilst thorough personal care at home goes a long way to reducing dental problems, professional supervision is still necessary to help maintain excellent oral health.

Preventative care


The prevention of problems such as tooth decay or gum disease is essential to maintain a healthy mouth. Regular oral health checks by our experienced dentists and hygienists help to ensure that your teeth remain healthy and that any signs of tooth decay, gum disease, oral pathology or excessive wear and tear can be treated as early as possible with minimal intervention.

As well as your teeth, your gum health will be checked too. This is extremely important as gum disease is more common than you may think and actually responsible for more tooth loss in the UK than any other reason.

We do recommend that patients visit our hygienist on a regular basis too. They will clean your teeth thoroughly to remove any hardened plaque, discuss lifestyle choices and how they affect your teeth, as well as explaining the most efficient ways to brush, floss and clean between your teeth to help keep your personal care regimen on track.


Whilst prevention is always preferable to cure, sometimes active restorative treatment is necessary. Where this is due to early stage dental decay, it can usually be resolved with a minimal tooth coloured dental filling. Larger areas of decay or where a tooth has broken, may require more elaborate treatment such as a dental crown to restore strength, function and appearance.

Our range of general dental treatments is fully comprehensive including fillings, crown and bridgework, porcelain veneers, implants, gum treatments, extractions and more.


Here at Fifty Five A Dental Practices, we will always endeavour to save a natural tooth and to use ‘minimally invasive’ techniques wherever possible. However, should the need for more complex treatment arise, we will always discuss options with you so you can make a fully informed decision about the best ways to restore your teeth to good health.

Whatever treatment is needed, you can be assured that our friendly and professional dental team will take care of you and help you to remain relaxed during the procedure. If you have any questions or concerns about any aspect of your treatment, we will be delighted to help.

If you would like to arrange an appointment with one of our dentists here at Roland and Tollett Dental Practices in our St John’s Wood premises, please call us on 0207 722 8995.