When you first visit our practice, we will check your teeth and mouth; measurements of gum health will be made and your mouth will be screened for oral cancer and, if necessary, take x-rays. We will also take a detailed medical & dental history.
After listening to your concerns and discussing treatment options we will create a personal treatment plan based on the information from this visit. At your next visit we will clarify any questions you may have about the treatment plan and its outcomes before starting your treatment.
We go out of our way to make children's dentistry as enjoyable, fun and pain-free as possible. We believe in encouraging good habits early on and take a preventative approach to treatment. We like to see children as young as possible to encourage good brushing and diet. We are a family practice and enjoy treating whole families some of whom spread over four generations.
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As an NHS patient, you can be confident that we will not only aim to provide you with excellent NHS dentistry, but that you'll also benefit from great customer care in a relaxed environment.
That's why we are committed to ensuring as many people as possible can benefit from quality clinical care and customer service - whether they choose to access dental care as an NHS or private patient.
NHS dental care is designed for everyone, whatever your age or however long it is since you last saw a dentist. NHS dentists are there to provide the treatment that is necessary to maintain the health of your mouth, teeth and gums.
The current arrangements for exempt patients will not change. Exempt patients will be required to show their exempt documentation at the first appointment. The current exemptions (including for children) will not change under the new arrangements. Our practice staff will be able to assist with any enquires you have regarding payment exemptions.