Oral surgery under Local

We carry out a variety of oral surgical procedures and the most common procedures include the removal of teeth which are decayed, impacted or for orthodontic reasons. Local anaesthesia involves the administration of a local anaesthetic in the mouth to provide adequate analgesia for the safe, comfortable and painless removal of teeth. The patient is awake and alert at all times. This is an extremely safe procedure. There is no age restriction for this type of anaesthetic. The most common local anaesthetic used is Lignocaine. For anxious patients especially children, oral surgical procedures can be carried out with Relative Analgesia.

Dr Mital A Patel

Dr Mital A Patel | Dental Surgeon | GDC 229253

BDS Cardiff 2012, MFDS RCS Eng 2013

Dr Patel graduated from Cardiff University in 2012, then going on to obtain the MFDS RCS examination in 2013. Dr Patel has undertaken further postgraduate training in treating nervous patients with sedation and is a member of the (SAAD) Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry.

Dr Fatima Alm

Dr Fatima Maddix | Dental Surgeon | GDC 178960

BDS Manc 2009, MJDF RCS Eng 2010

Dr Maddix qualified from the University of Manchester in 2009. She obtained her MJDF RCS examonation in 2010. and her (SAAD) Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry membership in 2012. Since graduating as a Dental Surgeon she pursued further training in Oral maxillofacial Surgery at various UK hospitals. She also works as an Oral surgeon at Northwick Park , West Middlesex  and Central Middlesex Hospitals in London. She is involved in the teaching and training of junior Doctors and Dentists. In her spare time she enjoys running, art and painting.