Dental Check Ups

Maintain good oral health with routine dental check ups

Allow our experienced dental team to assess your mouth, teeth, gums, cheeks and tongue and make sure you you have optimum dental health to maintain your smile

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At a Glance

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From £50

+£25 with X-Ray

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Only 20 minutes

Our experienced team only needs 20-30 minutes to do a full check up

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No Injection Needed

Sessions include no pain whatsoever

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Permanent Results

Routine check ups will lead to good oral health for the rest of your life!

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6 Months

We recommend routine check ups twice a year

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Prevent problems before they get serious…

Regular check ups and hygiene visits are the bedrock of preventive care where any problems can be identified in their earliest of stages and prevented from progressing to a bigger issue down the line. Preventive, dietary and oral hygiene advice is monitored and reinforced at every stage to ensure that your teeth and gums remain in the optimum of health.

Regular check ups can also save you money in the long run by preventing problems getting worse and avoiding the need for expensive procedures in the future.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What happens at a check up?

    1. Thoroughly examine your teeth, gums and mouth.
    2. Take X-rays if necessary.
    3. Discuss any dental problems you may have had since your last visit
    4. Discuss general health and dietary issues that can affect your teeth and gums – such as alcohol consumption or smoking.
    5. Discuss your teeth-cleaning habits, such as brushing technique, and recommend any improvements such as interdental brushes or flossing as required.
    6. Explain any further treatment you may need, such as fillings, root canal treatment or hygienist appointments.
    7. Provide you with a full treatment plan.
    8. Answer any questions you may have regarding your treatment and what options are available.
    9. If you require no other treatment, your dentist will let you know when you should come for your next routine check-up.

  • How often should I get a check up?

    Routine dental appointments are usually carried out every six months, but the number of times you need to attend these appointments varies from patient to patient. Some patients may require more frequent visits, while others may need to come into the practice less often – your dentist will advise you on how often you need a regular check-up.

  • What are the benefits of frequent check ups?

    Frequent check ups can improve quality of life by spotting any problems early meaning the problem can be solved before it is even a problem. Maintaining good oral health also ensures you keep your smile!

  • Check ups help to:

    Prevent gum disease and mouth cancer
    Maintain good oral health
    Prevent halitosis (bad breath)
    Retain your teeth
    Keep a whiter, brighter smile

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