First Check-up

Our dentists will examine your teeth and offer you advice on suitable treatments.

First Check-up

We understand seeing the dentist can make people nervous, but we aim to
make the process as relaxing, safe and simple as possible. Before entering the practice, you will be asked a few questions about your general health.

Before you enter the clinic, we will check your temperature and sanitise your hands before you complete in a medical form. The dentist will call you into the surgery where they will listen your any concerns you have (from toothache to smile designs or implants and orthodontics). After assessing your teeth and the rest of your mouth and jaw, we will give you a few options to help you.

We use a range of the latest digital, laser diode and radiographic technology to detect problems early before they cause pain. Once you have been armed with all the information, you can make an informed decision on the best way you would like to proceed. We digitalise all our patients so we can accurately assess your mouth long-term. Once you decide on the best way forward for you, our reception team can help you book your next appointment.


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What is a Dental Check-up?

Seeing your dentist is important in checking the health of your gums and
teeth. Attending the dentist involves a full medical history check and
assessing the health of the gums and teeth.

What happens during my first visit?

Your first visit will be split into 5 parts:

  1. A full discussion of your medical health and concerns.
  2. Secondly, an examination and assessment of your jaw and neck.
  3. Thirdly, a full digitilisation of your teeth and gums so we are able to effectively monitor your dental health on your follow up visits long term.
  4. Next, a radiographic examination would be taken if appropriate.
  5. Lastly, a discussion of our findings and options for both you and your dentist to decide on the best way to go forward.
How often should I have a dental check-up?
To ensure the health of your teeth and gums are maintained, it is important to assess your teeth every 3-6 months.
How much does a dental check-up cost?
Your first assessment will cost £75

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