The philosophy governing my dental practice is to provide state of the art dental treatment and preventive dentistry under conditions where the dental patient is the centre of attention. We are able to provide all the facilities of a modern practice whilst maintaining the old fashioned caring relationship with the patient. My years of experience allow me to carry out a comprehensive range of treatments tailored to the individual requirements of each patient.


Serviced Areas

  • Central London

Contact Details

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  City Soho
  Postcode W1F 7DL
  Address 31 Carnaby St
  Phone Number 020 7734 6421

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Invisalign is the world's most advanced clear aligner system and now we're able to offer you free initial consultations online. Simply enter your details into the forms below and upload pictures of your teeth as per the guide and we'll recontact you with suggestions of what solutions could enable you to achieve your desired results. I have attended the Bloom and Gonsai Dental practice for over 15 years, and have been most impressed by the excellent treatments I have received. Nothing has been too much trouble to ensure the procedures were precise and comfortable.


We are a long established family practice with origins dating back to Portland Place over seventy years ago. The practice moved to Cavendish Square, being acquired by Barry Bloom in 1973 and was run according to his philosophy of conservative care using state of the art techniques. In 2007 Raj Gonsai joined the practice at the invitation of Mr Bloom to provide a more advanced approach toward modern treatment planning. In 2010 Raj succeeded Barry as Principal dentist at the practice and continues to work alongside Barry taking the practice forward.


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Invisalign is a custom made set of clear, almost invisible braces that you can easily remove for meals, brushing and social occasions. The aligners are custom made using the latest 3D printing technology. They are changed every 2 weeks as they incrementally move your teeth into your ideal position.


The hygienist's main role is to provide professional cleaning of the teeth for the patient. This is usually called scaling and polishing. However, perhaps their most important role is the education of the patient in the best way to keep the teeth free of plaque. Our hygienists work closely with the dentist and nurses to provide care tailored to your needs. Regular professional cleaning combined with your home care will help maintain a healthy mouth. A clean and healthy mouth will improve your appearance, help you keep your teeth and give you fresh breath.


Your appearance is one reason. Another is that the gap left by missing tooth can mean greater strain on the teeth at either side. A gap can also mean your 'bite' is affected, because the teeth next to the space can lean into the gap and alter the way the upper and lower teeth bite together. This can then lead to food getting packed into the gap, which causes both decay and gum disease. There are three main two ways to replace the missing teeth. The first is with a removable false tooth or teeth - a partial denture.


A denture is an appliance which is worn to replace lost or missing teeth to enable you to enjoy a healthy diet and smile with confidence. A complete or full denture is one which replaces all of the natural teeth in either the upper or lower jaws. A partial denture fills in the spaces created by lost or missing teeth and is attached to your natural teeth with metal clasps or devices called precision attachments. The base of a denture is called a plate and can be made of either acrylic (plastic) or metal.