Dental Health Care
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Dental Health Care
73 Ware Road
Hertford SG13 7ED
You can either register or book an appointment by calling us on 01992 582945 or send us an email to email@example.com. One of our friendly team members will be able to help arrange a convenient appointment for you, or if you have any questions you’d like to ask whether it is about the practice, treatments that we provide or anything else then please don’t hesitate to ask. Once you have booked an appointment you will receive text message or an automated answerphone message to confirm you’re booking.
You may wish to arrange a complimentary consultation with our friendly team member Jonathan, known as our Smile Advisor. Johnathan will spend up to one hour with you - for, discussing your current concerns and showing you the solutions to your dental problems. This also gives you the opportunity to discuss any treatments that are available to you in further detail before seeing a dentist. Jonathan will not only be able to advise you on the options available but also discuss the fee’s and payment plans for each treatment option.
If you then wish to book an appointment with a dentist, Jonathan will then discuss all of your concerns with the dentist prior to your appointment so we can provide you with the ultimate service to support your needs.
Our examinations are carried out in three stages, these are as follows;
Stage One: Extra Oral
Checking the outside of your mouth
Firstly, we assess the large group of muscles that support your jaw and neck, we then check your jaw joint. It is vital that we check for any clicking or crunching, as well as the movement when the jaw is opened and closed. If you are suffering with headaches or migraines, problems with the joint can often be the cause.
Stage Two: Intra Oral
Checking the inside of your mouth
Soft Tissues - your mouth is made up of many different tissues, it is important to your oral health that we check the status of the various tissues at every examination. We routinely screen for oral cancer.
Gum Health - gums are the foundations of your teeth, the dentist will check your gums for any signs of gum disease.
Teeth - at each visit the dentist will inspect all five surfaces of each individual tooth.
Occlusion - at every visit your dentist will check the way in which your teeth come together, this is called your bite.
Stage Three: Oral Hygiene Evaluation
At every examination we will discuss ways to help improve your oral health. We all lead busy lifestyles and at times may be cleaning ineffectively, our eagle eyed dental hygienists will help you get back on track. If needed, we will also look at your diet and check that you are not drinking or eating anything that can cause wear or decay to your teeth.
X-Rays - Dental radiographs known as x-rays are required at times to help diagnose problems under the surface or around the foundations of your teeth. The dentist will inform you if x-rays need to be taken, we use the lowest dose of radiation possible to limit the quantity of radiation a patient is exposed to.
Treatment - Any treatment that you may require or would like, will be placed onto a detailed treatment plan which will be broken down into the appointments needed and the costs that apply to those. We offer different payment options at the practice including an interest free payment plan. Our reception team will go through these with you at the end of your appointment. Any treatment you do require will be carried out using the most up to date to date materials and equipment, and we will ensure it is made as comfortable as possible.