Dental Health Examination
At Whole Tooth you can rest assured that we will conduct a thorough examination of your teeth and gums and discuss the best treatment plan for you before starting any procedure.
Every patient’s oral health is as important to us as it is to you, and so we use the latest technology, premium quality products and of course highly trained dental professionals to offer you the best care possible.
New Patient Examination
If you are a new patient to us and would like to register at the practice your first appointment will take longer than your yearly examinations going forward. This is so the dentist can take the extra time to thoroughly examine your mouth. The dentist will check your gums and soft tissues and will carry out checks for any signs of oral cancer. X-rays will be taken as necessary. This is all included in the one fee to join.
You will be asked to complete a medical history form upon arrival to our practice. This is to ensure that we have all the correct clinical information so that we can treat you to the best standards. You may be recommended to join one of our membership plans which you can find more information about on our Membership page.
Everyone is different and we are aware that many people do not enjoy coming to the dentist. We aim to make this visit a positive experience and pride ourselves on turning around anxious patients into regular attenders. If you are unsure you want to book straight in for an examination we offer a 10 minute free of charge chat with our dentists. Here you can talk through any questions, queries or processes with the dentist before making the decision to register.
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Looking after the health of your gums is just as important as your teeth and regular visits to the hygienist will help to ensure that your oral health is the best it can be for life.
As well as cleaning and polishing your teeth with specialist equipment that you wouldn’t have at home, the hygienist can help you between dental visits by showing you how to use cleaning aids and improvements in your daily routine, so that you can help yourself as much as possible to prevent complications needing lengthy dental treatments.