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150 Longwood Gardens, Clayhall, Ilford, Essex IG5 0BE - 020 85510088 / 07977 276 842

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We hope like many of our other patients you will find that with our help you can have dental treatments without loosing sleep over it !!!

Customer Testimonials

  • I had a very pleasant time and was re-assured as to what was going on at all times. Dr Ahmed was very proffesional and made me feel at ease.
    – Lee Brittain
  • I hate needles, and have avoided seeing the dentist. Since Dr Ahmed introduced me to inhalation sedation, for the first time I am now relaxed about having dental treatment. It was really effective and relaxing for me.
    – Heather Noel

Dental Care of the Highest Standard

Longwood House Dental Care is an established family dental clinic to provide state of the art dental care and cosmetic treatments. Our aim is to ensure you receive the best dental care and deliver dental treatment as pain free as possible. We practice minimal dentistry to ensure you receive treatment that you need and advice to prevent dental problems from occurring.

"We are caring individuals dedicated to provide quality and care for you and your family"
Dr Ahmed.

It s a well recongnised fact that many people are afraid of dental procedures to the point of having a phobia.

We at Longwood House understand this very well and have specially trained staffs that are knowledgeable in the available modalities by which to alleviate your anxiety.

One of the options is to have conscious sedation during dental treatment. This technique is suitable for most people – healthy or on medication – following a careful medical screen by our doctor.
Pregnant women, children younger than 6yr or people with serious physical disease would not be suitable for conscious sedation.

On the day of treatment, after obtaining consent for the sedation, a miniature canula will be inserted into a vein on the hand or arm, through which the medication will be administered. The effect of the medication is that the patient will still be able to co-operate with the dentist, being able to open the mouth, to swallow and be in control of own breathing and airway. The patient will be able to hear and react to instructions; feeling without a care in the world will be predominant.

After the procedure patients are kept under supervision while recovering in a recovery area and discharge follows soon after.
Drowsiness after the procedure is common and an escort should be available at least for the following few hours. No serious decisions should be taken or dangerous machinery operated in the following 24 hours.

Throughout the procedure

  • you will not feel any pain
  • Remain relaxed and responsive
  • You will be monitored at all times
  • You will be comfortable and able to accept dental treatment without fear

Last updated: June 25, 2016, 8:36:39 PM

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