Call us: 01494 674 857 Garden View Dental Care 54 Penn Road, Beaconsfield HP9 2LS
Where beautiful smiles are created

How important is the dentist in your life?

Your dentist may be of relatively low importance to your life day to day but this can change very quickly if you have a problem with your teeth.

The best way to get out ahead of any difficulties is to keep up to date with your regular appointments. The dentist can often spot issues before they become too serious and use their skills to prevent that happening. If you have a minor concern, it is best to get it seen to as quickly as possible as your teeth can deteriorate quite quickly

dentist-in-BeaconsfieldWhen you visit the dentist in Beaconsfield at Garden View, we hope that you will find the experience calm and professional so that you will feel more inclined to visit in the future. You may even wish to consider the luxury of a cosmetic treatment with us.

Choosing a practitioner

At Garden View, we take a holistic view of the patient experience. While the nuts and bolts of the treatment itself are very important, we also pay attention to the less tangible details. Feeling welcome and relaxed in our environment helps the procedure to go well. The happier you feel, the more likely you are to ask the questions you want to and give us the information we need to best serve you.

When you are looking for a dentist in Beaconsfield, we know that we can offer you excellence in all the areas that are important. All our practitioners will be happy to talk you through our general treatment process as well as give you clear specifics when the time is right.

Things to look out for

A good treatment range is an indicator of a practice that has continued to grow their skills as the dental industry comes up with more and more innovative solutions. Our passion for our work leads us to seek out the latest developments and technology to better serve our patients.

When you are looking for your dentist in Beaconsfield, you want to check that they are a member of the General Dental Council. This is a requirement for a qualified dentist and shows that their practice adheres to some strict standards. It also indicates continuous professional development which is something we are required to prove to the GDC at regular intervals.

How an emergency dentist in Buckinghamshire can help you with an emergency!

Our emergency dentist onsite in Buckinghamshire at Garden View Dental Care,will see you on the same day as you call if you have facial swelling.

Can an emergency dentist onsite in Buckinghamshire tell me why I have facial swelling?

emergency-dentistUsually our emergency dentist onsite at Garden View will be able to find the cause of the swelling. An infected tooth with an abscess (collection of pus) is the most common reason for facial swelling (cellulitis) seen by our emergency dentist onsite. This happens when a bacterial infection causing deep cavities penetrates through the tooth, out through the root, into the bone, and then into the surrounding facial tissues.

What is facial swelling?

Facial swelling usually develops after an injury, cut, bite, sting, or a dental abscess. However, it may also occur without any known cause. There is usually a localised area of redness, swelling, sometimes heat, and pain. There can sometimes be throbbing pain and a fever.Facial swelling or cellulitis is a very serious situation, and it is important to visit an emergency dentist onsite as soon as it develops.

Often our emergency dentist onsite will find that the facial swelling and abscessed teeth are caused by severe tooth decay, but they may also be caused by other issues.

These problems can cause openings in the tooth enamel, which can allow bacteria to infect the centre of the tooth (called the pulp). The infection may also spread from the root to the bones supporting the tooth.

My face is no longer swollen, should I still visit the emergency dentist onsite?

It is important to see the Buckinghamshire emergency dentist onsite, even if the swelling subsides. This is because if you have an abscessed tooth, the pulp in the root of the tooth may have died as a result of infection. However, this doesn’t mean the infection has healed; the infection remains active and continues to spread and destroy tissue. Therefore, if you experience facial swelling, it is important to see an emergency dentist onsite.

How do I contact an emergency dentist onsite in Buckinghamshire?

You can contact Garden View emergency dentist onsite by phoning 01464 674857, or email us at

Finding a good dentist in Beaconsfield

So you need to look after your mouth and you live in Beaconsfield. Dental care choice is an important life decision, as many people stick with their dentist, once they have chosen them, for years, even for a lifetime.

What to look for in dental care in Beaconsfield

Garden View Dental Care has warm, friendly, caring staff who treat all patients with respect and dignity. Our clinic is a pleasant, modern environment with an exceptional garden view for you to enjoy.

dentist-in-BeaconsfieldAll our dentists adhere to the rules governing the profession under strict guidance from the General Dental Council (GDC) Standards for Dental Professionals. Our dentist, Dr Al-Karim Makhani, and hygienist, Stefanie Binnee, are highly qualified and experienced.

We discuss your dental treatment with you so that we can find the best options to suit your needs, and then use state-of-the-art equipment to fulfil your dental needs, paying attention to detail in every aspect of the treatment.

In Beaconsfield, dental treatments we offer include: general dentistry (extractions and oral surgery, and root canal treatments); restorative dental work (broken teeth, crowns, bridges, dentures and porcelain crowns and inlays);  preventative dental work (dental hygiene, bad breath, gum disease, decay detection, one day mouth guards, teeth desensitisation); dental implants; cosmetic dentistry (teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, white fillings, closing the gaps); braces for children and adults (our Six Month Smile system uses barely visible braces); and, for nervous patients, we offer painless Wand injections.

How do I know I can trust you?

In Beaconsfield, dental work by the Garden View Dental Care team receives many testimonials from patients.

Some patients state they are nervous about visiting the dentists due to bad experiences as children. This is very common however, and they find that after speaking to us they are reassured and are not so afraid. Some people even testify that they have “never felt so relaxed” going to the dentists!

How do I contact Garden View dental in Beaconsfield?

Contact us at Garden View by email, or by using the email form on our website at, or you can phone for an appointment on 01494 674857.

Using cosmetic dentistry to create beautiful smiles

With cosmetic dentistry, your dream smile could be a matter of a few appointments away. At Garden View Dental Care in Buckinghamshire, we have an extensive menu of cosmetic treatments, many of them taking less time than you might think. If you have long dreamt of making over your smile, read on to discover how we can help. . .

Cosmetic dentistry in Buckinghamshire

cosmetic-dentistry-BuckinghamshireThe secret to effective cosmetic dentistry is to create results that look as natural as they do beautiful. The techniques used at our Buckinghamshire dental practice are designed to be noticeable, yet subtle – creating an entirely natural-looking appearance.

Your journey to a new smile begins with a consultation with a cosmetic dentist here at Garden View Buckinghamshire. Your dentist will find out what your dream smile would look like and will perform a clinical examination, before talking through all the appropriate treatment options to achieve your goal.

Sometimes one treatment is all that is needed – a quick course of teeth whitening, perhaps – whilst in other cases a combination of two or more works best. Among the popular cosmetic dentistry options at our Buckinghamshire dental practice are:

Teeth whitening

A fast and effective smile booster, teeth whitening is one of the most popular treatments in cosmetic dentistry, and should only be carried out by a dentist (or hygienist on a dentist’s prescription). It involves the use of special dental bleaching gel to remove common stains from the teeth, and can be carried out over a fortnight at home, or in a single session here in our Buckinghamshire clinic.

Porcelain veneers

Veneers are thin porcelain shells placed over the front surface of your teeth to improve their appearance – for example, closing small gaps, covering a permanently discoloured tooth, or simultaneously masking and improving the appearance of a chipped tooth.

White fillings, inlays and onlays

Metal amalgam fillings can be very obvious. Your dentist can safely replace them with either white composite fillings or, for added strength, porcelain inlays or onlays. Thanks to the CEREC machine at our Buckinghamshire practice, we are able to create inlays and onlays in a single visit.