Periodontal Consultation £140
(Full mouth)

Includes small x-rays


Periodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals specifically with conditions affecting the gums and soft tissues that support your teeth. They treat periodontal disease (an advanced form of gum disease) and other inflammations of the mouth.

Gum disease begins as gingivitis, with common signs including blood on the toothbrush when you brush your teeth. You should contact your dentist immediately if you experience such symptoms, as gum disease is best treated early. Left untreated, gingivitis can become periodontitis, which is much more serious.


Periodontitis affects the soft tissue that holds the teeth in place and can cause the gums to start separating from the teeth. The condition can also spread to the jaw bones, which can start to dissolve, leading to tooth loss. It usually takes some years for periodontitis to develop, and you should make an appointment with a Periodontist if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  1. Receding gums
  2. A discharge around the gums
  3. Your front teeth become more spaced out
  4. Your teeth bite together differently

What can my Periodontist do to help?

  1. Your Periodontist will conduct a thorough examination of the gums and teeth, checking how your teeth bite together, whether you have loose teeth and whether your gums are receding.
  2. Periodontic treatment comprises home and practice-based care. It is essential you have good oral hygiene to prevent the development of plaque, so your Periodontist will advise you on the best way to clean your teeth at home.
  3. In the practice, your Periodontist may carry out debridement, also known as root planing, which involves thorough cleaning of gum pockets to remove any plaque or bacteria. You may need a local anaesthetic for this procedure as some patients experience discomfort.
  4. If the treatment does not work or if you have deep or inaccessible gum pockets, your Periodontist may recommend surgery.

Life Benefits

  • Improved oral health
  • Reduces the chance of tooth loss
  • Helps prevent bad breath

Dr. Manish Bose

Dr. Manish Bose

Clinical Director Specialist in Periodontology
GDC No. 72111

Dr Bose became the owner of the practice in 2011. Manish qualified as a dentist from Manchester University in 1996 and the worked as a general dentist for a few years. He then worked as a Senior House officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery for 3 years during which period he passed his Diploma with the Royal College of Surgeons which then offered him the opportunity to commence on a 3 year Specialist training program in Periodontology at University College London/Eastman Dental Institute. He passed with a distinction and became an accredited member of the European Federation of Periodontology. He also passed the Membership in Restorative Dentistry (MRD) with the Royal College of Surgeons England, which entitled him to be on the Specialist Register with the General Dental council.

He then worked as fulltime lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at Bristol Dental Hospital. He now devotes his time between his own Specialist private practice and teaching commitments. He has also been involved in undergraduate and postgraduate training, as well as lecturing both nationally and internationally on his Speciality.

Qualifications and Professional Affiliations are as follows:

  • BDS, MFDS RCPS, MCLinDent(Distinction), MRD RCS
  • GDC Registered Specialist in Periodontology (72111)
  • Associate Specialist and Lecturer in Periodontology, Eastman Dental Hospital, London
  • Accredited member of the European Academy of Periodontology(EFP)
  • Member of the International Team of Implantologists(ITI)
  • Member of the British Society of Periodontology
  • Member of the Association of Dental Implantologists UK
  • Member of the British Dental Association
  • London Educational representative for British Society of Periodontology
  • Key opinion leader for Oral B (Proctor and Gamble)
  • Lecturer on the Kings university Aesthetic course
  • Faculty member for Implant program on Smile Tube

Contact us today to speak to a periodontist in Ealing and see how we can help you.

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