Dentist West Hampstead | Hampstead Dental Practice | IM Dental Care
  • Caring for your
    family’s dental needs

Modern dentistry in a calm and relaxed environment

Welcome to IM Dental Care, a modern, family-run dental practice in the heart of West Hampstead, West End Lane. Our professional and friendly team offers preventive and general dental care for both adults and children. We are also dedicated to providing quality aesthetic dentistry, as well as more complex restorative work, including teeth whitening, veneers, crowns, implants and adult orthodontics, all at highly competitive prices.

We especially welcome children and anxious patients, and aim to make them feel comfortable at the dentist, while providing them with quality treatment. With our combination of training, skills and experience, you can rest assured that your entire family’s teeth are in good hands.

At IM Dental Care we employ the latest, most effective approaches in dentistry. We are a mercury-free practice, meaning that we do not use amalgam filling materials. Modern materials allow us to treat dental problems in the most minimally invasive way. Minimally invasive dentistry not only preserves as much of your tooth tissues as possible, but quite often makes the treatment simpler, shorter and less costly.

I think this is an amazingly dedicated team giving the best of treatment, honest advice and exceptional care. I especially like the combination of professionalism, excellent quality of work and old fashioned attention to the individual. I highly recommend this superb practice!

Veronica Kidd

I would definitely recommend IM Dental Care. The Dentist was very courteous and took the time to explain everything to me. I am more than happy with the treatment I received. If you are looking for a new dentist this is the place to visit.

Tina Jolley

They put a lot of effort and care in to doing the job well and painlessly. I would really recommend them for children and adults

Michelle Bell

Great dental surgery! Very professional with amazing customer treatment. I had a little less than half of one of the front teeth missing and the reconstruction done by Ivana was aesthetically the best I could have got. I could not be any happier. The process was very gentle and I did not feel uncomfortable or in any kind of pain for one second.

I greatly suggest booking an appointment at this dental surgery!

Stefan Pantazis

A lovely surgery! I was greeted personably with a warm smile and felt at ease! My treatment was comfortable (they let me rinse out whenever I wanted to during my hygiene appt) and efficient (they have all the mod cons!). This surgery is the best practice I have been to!! The private care is priced very reasonably, the staff are very professional and knowledgable- they really know their stuff and explain things clearly)- all in all- fantastic value and a wonderful experience! Highly recommended!

Amber Good

Dr Milosz Olszewski

Principal Dentist
BDS (Lond) 2002
GDC Number: 80989

Additional Qualifications:

  • Six Months Smile orthodontic system provider
  • Clearsmile (IAS) orthodontic system provider

Milosz graduated from Bart’s and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry, with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery, in 2002.

Milosz has a wealth of experience in clinical dentistry having worked privately and for the NHS in London for over 15 years in multidisciplinary teams. With exceptional manual dexterity and sense of dental aesthetics, Milosz is highly skilled in all aspects of restorative and preventive dentistry. Milosz is also a trained and qualified Six Months Smile and Clearsmile orthodontic treatment provider for adults.

Milosz continues his postgraduate education by attending conferences and courses, in order to stay up to date with the most current and effective methods and materials in the field of dentistry.

In his free time, Milosz is a designer and a craftsman of furniture and lamps.

Dentist
Dentist

Dr Ivana Radenovic

Principal Dentist
BDS (Lond) 2002, MFDS RCS (Eng), Registered Specialist in Special Care Dentistry
GDC Number: 80994

Special Interests:

  • Paediatric Dentistry
  • Treating patients with dental anxiety
  • Dentistry for the elderly

Ivana is a clinician with over 15 years of clinical experience in dentistry and over eight years of experience in dental teaching and clinical management. She graduated in 2002 from Bart’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry and is a registered specialist in Special Care Dentistry. This specialty includes dental care of patients with special requirements for medical reasons, or for reasons of dental anxiety, both children and adults.

In 2007, she was awarded Membership of Faculty of Dental Surgeons England. In 2010, she completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice at King’s College London while in her longstanding role as an Honorary Clinical Teacher at King’s College London. For many years of her career Ivana has worked in specialist services for King’s College Dental Hospital.

As a confident clinician, with skills and experience in general and paediatric dentistry, as well as management of patients with special care needs, she is passionate about providing high quality, safe and effective dental care for all patients.

Ivana continues her postgraduate education by attending conferences and courses, to make sure she is exposed to the most current and effective methods and materials in the field of dentistry. She is a member of British Society of Paediatric Dentistry, British Society for Disability and Oral Health, the British Dental Association and the Society for Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry (SAAD).

Outside of dentistry, Ivana is an active member of the West Hampstead community and loves spending time with her young family.

General Dentistry

General Dentistry

Quality care for the whole family
Children's Dentistry

Children’s Dentistry

Caring for the little ones too
Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening

The bright, white smile you’ve always dreamed of!
Air Polishing

Air Polishing

Help regain the confidence of smiling again!
Clear Adult Braces

Clear Adult Braces

Straight teeth, quickly.
Sedation

Sedation

Caring for the nervous too!

Fees

Adult Patient Examination (incl. X-rays)£40
Child Patient Examination (incl. X-rays)£30
Scale and Polish (includes Jetpolish)£59
Periodontal Treatment£60 per quadrant
Fissure sealingfrom £25
Composite Fillings (tooth coloured)from £90
Extractionsfrom £100
Root Canal Treatmentfrom £350
Crownsfrom £550
Bridgesfrom £650
Denturesfrom £350
Boutique Teeth Whitening£350
Enlighten Teeth Whitening£500
Sleep Clench Inhibitor (SCI)from £250
Nightguards/Splintsfrom £150
Sports Mouth Guardsfrom £150
Clear Aligner Braces (ClearSmile / Smilelign)from £1,500
Six Month Smile Braces£2,500

Frequently asked questions

How often should I get a dental check-up?

Dental health varies from person to person, but the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends adult patients visit a dentist once or twice a year even if their mouth is in excellent condition. This enables you to get your teeth cleaned professionally on a regular basis and ensure that any potential problems are identified early. Every dental check-up includes screening for caries, periodontal disease and oral cancer.

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At what age should my child first see a dentist?

Studies show children can develop their first cavities by two years old, so national guidelines recommend booking the first visit once their first tooth erupts – or, at the latest, their first birthday. This helps your dentist catch potential problems that can affect the child’s overall health and well-being as more teeth erupt over time. A thorough assessment of child’s diet, use of pacifiers and child oral hygiene habits will help our dentists create a tailor made preventative program and gain good rapport with your child.

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I have a toothache

There are many possibilities which may be the cause of the pain.

  • A thorough examination is necessary to determine where the pain is coming from.
  • As an immediate aid, it may help if you can take Ibuprofen and/or Paracetamol.

(Please read the back of the package for instructions of use.)

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How can I improve the whiteness of my teeth?

A beautiful smile showing clean, white teeth gives a tremendous boost to your confidence. Most people experience some discoloration of teeth over the years, either from surface or extrinsic stains or internal ones. Treat stains caused by coffee, wine, tobacco and pigmented foods with professional cleaning to remove surface stains and professional tooth whitening to improve shade of your natural teeth. If tooth whitening is not suitable, consider composite bonding or the application of veneers to the affected teeth.

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My gums bleed when I brush my teeth

Bleeding gums are usually a sign from your gums are inflamed. To improve health of your gums initially try to:

  • Brush that area more thoroughly (not necessarily harder).
  • Use floss or other inter-dental aids to remove any deposits in between the teeth.

In addition to the above you may benefit from professional cleaning that removes calculus which cannot be removed by brushing alone. You will also be given tailored oral hygiene advice as part of your hygiene appointment.

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My teeth are sensitive, what shall I do?

Patients with tooth sensitivity feel pain when they consume items that are hot or cold, sweet or acidic or when they brush their teeth. Commonly this comes from thinned tooth enamel, which doesn’t protect the tooth pulp or dentin from exposure to extreme temperatures. In some patients, this may be a result of:

Receding gums
Dental caries
Tooth grinding during sleep
Chipped or fractured teeth

We would advise having the affected teeth examined and would recommend treatment to reduce your sensitivity.

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Am I too old for braces?

The short answer is: No! You’re never too old to get braces. In fact, one in every five orthodontic patients is an adult over the age of 21. If you’re dreaming of a healthier, more naturally beautiful smile but are concerned you’re too late to get it, we have great news for you! You can achieve the smile you always wanted with the Six Month Smiles system or clear aligners both of which we offer.

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I grind my teeth, what shall I do?

Tooth grinding and clenching is a very common condition sometimes referred to as bruxism. Sometimes it can occur without the person being aware of it. Over a period of time it can be very damaging to teeth and jaw joint. It can also lead to facial pain and headaches. Bruxism is usually treated with provision of splints specific to the patient’s individual needs. We offer  a wide range of splints which are custom made for you.

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I have been in an accident and have lost my front tooth.

It is important that help is sought immediately in order to attempt to keep the tooth functioning.

Call us immediately for the right advice over the phone.

  • The tooth should be handled by its crown (the part which can be seen in the mouth, not the root).
  • Try to replace the tooth the right way around back into the socket. Bite down to keep in place. THIS SHOULD NOT BE DONE FOR A DECIDUOUS (CHILD’S MILK) TOOTH
  • Alternatively, if this is not possible, please keep the tooth in milk (NOT WATER) or in the mouth. Call us immediately and bring it with you to the practice immediately.

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I have fallen and broken my front tooth.

You may initially:

  • Use some painkillers.
  • Avoid eating on this tooth.
  • Drink with a straw to help avoid discomfort.

We need to determine whether any damage has occurred deeper inside the tooth, so it is imperative that you call us for the correct advice over the phone and to arrange an appointment to treat the trauma.

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IM Dental Care
326 West End Lane
West Hampstead
NW6 1LN