Happy Mother’s Day – Gift Ideas

Happy Easter

Book now for Easter special

4 tips for keeping your teeth healthy during Easter:

1.Snack on cheese, celery, carrot or apple after chocolate. – These snacks are not only better for you than        chocolate; they… Continue reading

World Oral Health Day -20th March 2018

Key Messages for World Oral Health Day

20th March 2018

Putney Dental Surgery Supports WOHD 2018

• Oral health is much more than a nice smile • Oral health and general health have a close two-way relationship • The mouth… Continue reading

Don’t hit the field without a Mouthguard this Footy Season,

Don’t hit the field without a Mouthguard this footy season, advises Dr Sushma Patel at Putney Dental Surgery

Every year, players are treated for dental trauma that could have been prevented by wearing a  basic piece of… Continue reading

Ever Wondered What Happens to Your Old Toothbrush?

Possibly every toothbrush ever made, still exists somewhere on our planet.

We all know brushing our teeth is important to prevent tooth decay and for overall health and we should be doing it at least twice a day.… Continue reading

Back to School Dental Checkup

Back to School Dental Checkup

        Tick it Off Now- Dental Check up

 Booking  online now available 

It’s that time of year again! School days are upon us. Book now for the Back to… Continue reading

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas – Happy New Year

Dr Sushma Patel and her team at Putney Dental Surgery wish you and your family every happiness and good health for the year ahead.

Happy Holiday Season

We sincerely thank you for your loyalty and for placing your trust… Continue reading

Tips and Tricks to survive the Halloween dental horrors


All kids want to get loads of Halloween sweets when out trick-or-treating but as a parent, you know that eating too much sugar is not good for your child. Dr Patel at Putney Dental Surgery reminds parents at… Continue reading

Get Ready to Raise a Glass to a Cavity Free Future

World Cavity Free Future Day

Saturday October 14 2017

Dental caries (cavities) is the most common chronic disease on the planet, despite being largely preventable. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), worldwide 60–90% of school children and nearly… Continue reading