We understand that patients may be apprehensive about joining a new practice.
We would like to reassure you that we are here to help, we will listen to your concerns and requirements and we will take the time to get to know you.
We have built our reputation on outstanding patient care and when you visit our practice; it is important that you feel cared for, respected and valued.
If you need to cancel your appointment please give at least 48 hours notice.
Your first visit to our practice will be for a 35 point comprehensive assessment. During your appointment your dentist will check/carrying out the following:
Check your head, neck, muscles and glands
All of the tissues in your mouth such as your tongue and cheeks
Assess your gum health
Check your jaw joints and the way your teeth bite together
Check your teeth and any restorations you may have
Routine oral cancer screening
X-rays (if required)
(inside and outside mouth if required)
After your dentist has carried out all the required checks and screening procedures they will then spend some time showing you your x-rays and photographs, discussing your dental health, discussing any concerns they may have and advising you of what your treatment options are.
You will need to allow an hour for this appointment. When you arrive at the practice please make sure you have a list of any medications you are taking with you.
If you require any addition support when visiting our practice, such as wheelchair access or large print documents, please make our reception team aware of this when booking your appointment.