Bad Breath

Bad breath can be an embarrassing issue to deal with. Fortunately this can be treatable, once the cause of it is detected. For instance, bad breath can be caused by various underlying health issues such as side effects of some medication, infections, infections in your mouth, dry mouth etc. Other lifestyle choices such as smoking and not properly cleaning your teeth could also affect this. However, if the condition is persistent it’s best to seek medical advice from your dentist.

At Mouth Dental, we carry out routine check-ups and oral health examinations where you can discuss such concerns with our specialists. Book an appointment at our Canary Wharf clinic now!



Known clinically as a Class III malocclusion, an underbite is formed when your lower teeth overlap your upper teeth. A person with an underbite can find it difficult to chew properly and speak clearly. It can cause teeth to wear down quickly. Related issues include chronic jaw or joint (TMJ) pain, chronic mouth breathing, halitosis, and bacterial infections.


Overbite is a dental condition where a person’s teeth are caused to become misaligned. This condition occurs when the upper front teeth appear in front of the below front teeth; a condition referred to by some as “bucked teeth”. It is not uncommon for many people to show signs of this condition, however in certain severe cases, orthodontic treatment such as braces or aligners is recommended. Visit our dental clinic at Canary Wharf where our team of specialists will assess your case and provide a suitable course of treatment.

Open Bite

It is a malocclusion usually characterised by a vertical gap between the front upper teeth and lower teeth. When front teeth from the upper and lower jaws do not touch when the mouth is closed, it forms an open bite. It can make it hard to chew or difficult to bite into some common foods.

Gap Teeth

Gap teeth or diastema refers to the space between teeth. These spaces can form anywhere in the mouth, but the most noticeable one is between the two upper front teeth. While some gaps are small and barely noticeable, other gaps are large, causing a cosmetic concern for some people. Some gaps can increase in size over the years.

Crowded Teeth

Crowded teeth occur when there is no space for your teeth to erupt causing there to be shifts and misalignments of the teeth. This is a common condition in both children and adults and can be treatable through a variety of dental treatments and procedures such as braces and veneers in milder cases.

Contact us today at Mouth Dental if your teeth appear to be crowded or if they are causing you discomfort and our team of specialists will guide you through a suitable course of treatment.

Broken Teeth

A person may break their teeth due to various reasons such as accidents, sporting injuries, biting hard candies or food, chewing ice, teeth grinding or even weakened teeth. Broken teeth can change a person’s appearance and smile, causing them to feel self-conscious. This could also cause other issues such as speaking and chewing. However, there are various treatments available for this including veneers, fillings and crowns.

Book a consultation at our Mouth Dental Canary Wharf Clinic and our team of dentists and specialists will recommend the best course of treatment based on the severity of your case.

Burning Mouth Syndrome

Burning Mouth is medically known as the condition where a patient experiences ongoing or recurrent burning in the mouth without an obvious cause. This condition may affect various parts of your mouth which include tongue, gums or the inside of your cheeks. It is advisable to visit a dentist if you experience any symptoms of this condition.

At Mouth Dental, our specialists are equipped with the latest medical technologies and tools to diagnose and treat any dental conditions causing such issues or refer you to a doctor for further treatment. Book an appointment at our Canary Wharf clinic today!

Chipped Teeth

Chipped teeth is a fairly common dental injury, This is caused by various trauma occurring to the teeth such as from accidents, falls or even excessive wear and tear. Chipped teeth can not only be painful to deal with but also can change how your smile appears causing you to feel self-conscious. Fortunately, there are various treatments available in modern dentistry that can help restore your chipped teeth.

Composite bonding, veneers, and fillings are a few of the many options we offer at Mouth Dental to ensure that your smile is restored! You can now book an appointment at our Canary Wharf clinic online or via our hotline.

Cracked Teeth

Teeth can crack due to various causes such as chewing on hard foods, grinding teeth while you sleep or various kinds of trauma such as accidents and falls. Cracked teeth can become painful and uncomfortable if not treated in time and may cause a person to even lose their tooth. Fortunately repairing cracked teeth is a simple procedure and can be treated by your dentist through dental bonding, crowns or root canals.


Crossbite is caused by the misalignment of the teeth where upper teeth fit inside of lower teeth. This can affect a group of teeth or any of the front teeth. Crossbite can cause speech issues, difficulty in chewing, speaking and change in the structure of a person’s face.

However, while it seems complicated, at Mouth Dental we specialise in a variety of treatments and procedures to correct this condition. Depending on the severity and the teeth affected our dental professionals at our Canary Wharf clinic will recommend the best course of treatment.

Dental Decay and Cavities

Dental decay and cavities can be damaging to both your teeth and their enamel and if left untreated can be extremely painful and even cause you to lose your teeth. Therefore it is advisable to seek immediate treatment from a trained dental professional should you have any signs of decay or cavities so that they could be treated to prevent any further complications. Crowns, fillings, extractions and root canals are a few such treatment options that we offer at Mouth Dental, Canary Wharf.

Dental Erosion

Dental Erosion, also known as tooth erosion is a condition where part of the enamel of a person’s tooth erodes or in other words, is caused to dissolve due to acidity. This acidity is caused due to various reasons such as health concerns like gastro-oesophageal reflux where stomach acid rises to the mouth. A diet rich in acidic foods such as carbonated and fizzy drinks and along with citrus-rich food could also contain this kind of acidity which causes dental erosion.

Fortunately, there are many treatment options for this condition such as tooth bonding and crowns all of which we at Mouth Dental offer at our clinic in Canary Wharf.

Dry Mouth Causes

Dry mouth is a condition caused by your mouth not producing enough saliva indicating that you may not have enough fluid in your body or even instances where you are feeling anxious or nervous.However, if you are experiencing this condition due to unexplained reasons, the best course of action would be able to visit your dentist so they may determine the underlying cause and provide appropriate treatment.

At Mouth dental our specialists are equipped with the expert knowledge and various tools in modern dentistry to appropriately diagnose and treat any such condition relating to your oral health

Geographic Tongue

Geographic tongue is caused due to a loss of the papillae (tiny hairlike projections) on the tongue’s surface. This condition can be identified by smooth red patches on the tongue in varying sizes where the papillae were supposed to be and may sometimes migrate to different parts of the tongue. This condition is generally harmless but may bring discomfort when consuming food that is spicy or acidic. However, it is advisable to seek medical care should these lesions not heal over a number of days.

Book an appointment with our team of specialists at our Canary Wharf dental clinic for a comprehensive check-up and oral health exam.

Impacted Teeth

Teeth can become impacted due to a number of reasons and can be due to both internal and external causes. For instance overcrowding, the eruption of new teeth and lack of space for new teeth to emerge can cause a tooth or set of teeth to become impacted. Furthermore, other conditions such as tooth decay or gum disease can also cause a tooth to become impacted. Based on the circumstance, various dental options may be provided by your dentists.At Mouth Dental our specialists may recommend treatments such as braces, aligners, extractions or any other suitable procedure based on the severity and individual patient needs.

Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can be caused by various diseases and conditions such as gum disease, tooth decay, injury or old age. Fortunately, there are many options available to restore the appearance of your smile as well as help with speech and biting issues caused by missing teeth. Dental implants, dental bridges along with dentures are options that may be presented to our dental clinic in Canary Wharf based on the number of teeth missing or the location of the missing tooth or teeth.

Mouth Cancer

Mouth Cancer, also known as oral cancer is a type of cancer that develops in the mouth, lips, gums and sometimes in the throat. There are various signs and symptoms in the early stages of this disease that can be diagnosed by your dentist during your routine dental examinations. Sore mouth, unexplained mouth ulcers that do not heal, persistent lumps that do not go away and unexplained patches in the mouth are a few symptoms of the disease.

Book your routine dental check-up and Mouth Dental for a deep comprehensive examination of your mouth and oral health as diagnosing the disease at early stages makes it relatively easier to treat.

Mouth Ulcers

Mouth Ulcers can be caused due to various reasons such as allergies to food, trauma to the cheek or gums, accidentally biting the inside of your mouth or even ill-fitted dental braces or rough fillings. Mouth ulcers are rarely a cause for concern and can be treated by various medications, creams or gels. However, it is advisable to visit your dentist immediately should these ulcers remain persistent in your mouth over a long period of time.

Get in touch with us at Mouth Dental Canary Wharf for all oral health concerns and our team of specialists will provide you with the best possible treatment.

Oral Thrush

This is a fungal infection that occurs in the Mouth caused by a group of yeast known as Candida; also giving this condition the name Oral Candidosis. There are several signs and symptoms that occur in a person with this condition which include white patches in the mouth, redness in the mouth and throat, along with burning and cracks in the corner of the mouth. Fortunately, this condition is treatable through antifungal medication prescribed by a doctor.

At Mouth Dental, we offer routine check ups and dental examinations where you may discuss any such dental health issues with our team of specialists.

Sensitive Teeth

A person may experience sensitive teeth due to a variety of reasons which are usually caused by worn tooth enamel or exposed tooth roots. Cavities, chipped teeth, worn fillings and gum disease also may result in sensitive teeth. However, if you experience this condition persistently it is advisable to seek treatment from a dentist.

At Mouth Dental you will be provided with specific medication or treatments such as dental bonding or root canal to treat this condition.

Stained Teeth

Your teeth can appear stained due to various causes such as residue from coloured food and drinks such as red wine, sodas or even caffeinated beverages. Smoking, tobacco use and drinking can also cause your teeth to become stained or discoloured. Various lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, and rinsing your mouth after consuming coloured food and drinks can help prevent this from occurring. Alternatively, there are various teeth whitening treatments too available today that can restore your smile. Book your consultation at our dental clinic in Canary Wharf and our specialists will guide you towards restoring your beautiful smile.

Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding also known as Bruxism can be caused by stress, and anxiety, or can even occur during sleep. In severe cases teeth grinding can cause fracturing, loosening, or loss of teeth. This condition can occur in both children and adults but can be corrected through dental treatments such as a mouth guard or finding ways to minimise stress and anxiety or obtaining a prescription for muscle relaxants from a doctor.

Get in touch with us at Mouth Dental today and our specialists will provide you with the best course of treatment to correct this condition.


A toothache is a pain in or around the mouth and can be caused by minor issues such as injury to surrounding gums. Toothaches can also be caused by tooth decay, the eruption of new teeth such as wisdom teeth, abscessed teeth or damaged fillings in which case you will be required to visit your dentist in order to seek a proper course of treatment or carry out a suitable dental procedure such as an extraction of the infected tooth/teeth.

At Mouth Dental, our specialists are equipped with the latest medical technologies and tools to diagnose and treat the exact cause of various kinds of toothaches and ensure you receive suitable treatment.