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Regular visits to the dentist are the best way to prevent problems developing, and we know how important it is to have a reliable, quality dental service to call upon.
Our services for general and family dentistry give you the peace of mind that you will see a dentist on a regular basis for check-ups and the access you need in any unfortunate emergencies.
Check-ups will offer preventative care advice and identify any issues that might need treatment, so you’ll have the comfort of knowing you and your loved ones are in the right hands whatever action is required.
You can find out more about what we offer on our Treatments page.
Here are just some of what we can do for general dentistry requirements and family needs:
The earlier you bring your child to the clinic, the less likely he or she is to develop any fear of seeing a dentist. Our team are practised in putting little ones at their ease and explaining what they do so the experience is a positive one for everyone involved.
For those who do feel nervous about dental treatment, we offer a range of options to remove the stress from the situation. Simply ask our Welcome Team what we can do when you make an appointment.
Our aim is to offer a welcoming atmosphere throughout the clinic that puts you at ease as soon as you arrive. That starts in the waiting room where you can pour yourself a cuppa, flick through a magazine or even pick up an iPad for those who fancy a browse of the internet or want to let the kids play games.
We limit the number of patients we see in any one day, so appointments take place in a relaxed, unhurried manner that lets the team dedicate their time to your comfort and care.
If you can’t attend an appointment, please give us 48 hours’ notice of any cancellation and we can reschedule at your convenience. Out of clinic hours, you can leave a message on our answering machine.
Calls will be recorded for monitoring and training purposes
To learn more about your family’s teeth, gums and oral hygiene read our free guide by clicking on the button below.
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