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General Dentistry

Dental Examination

Duration varies per patient

  • New Patient Examination/Lapsed Patient (£50)
  • Routine Examination

Regular dental exams are a critical part of preventive health care.

During a dental exam, the dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and check for cavities and gum disease. The exam includes evaluating your risk of developing other oral problems and checking your face, neck, and mouth for abnormalities. A dental exam might also include dental X-rays (radiographs) or other diagnostic procedures.

Dental Examination


30 minutes

For cleaner teeth and healthier gums
As well as maintaining an effective daily hygiene routine, to ensure your
teeth and gums are kept free of plaque and tartar, you should also have
regular appointments with the dental hygienist. This will help remove the
deposits that home cleaning alone may miss.


For cleaner teeth and healthier gums.
As well as maintaining an effective daily hygiene routine, to ensure your
teeth and gums are kept free of plaque and tartar, you should also have regular x-rays.

Emergency Appointment

Emergency Appointment

Duration varies per patient

Expert care when you need it most. Whether you have a terrible toothache, an unsightly chip or one of your teeth has been completely knocked out, we can help. We know how worrying a dental emergency can be and understand that you will want to be seen as soon as possible, especially if you are in pain.
If you do have a dental problem that needs speedy attention, please give us a call on 01733 810 235. If this is outside of normal practice hours, an answerphone message will give you a number to contact.
During your appointment, we can help relieve pain and discuss any further treatment that may be needed to address the issue.
It’s very important not to ignore a dental emergency. If it is not dealt with quickly, it can lead to permanent damage or the need for more involved and costly treatment.

Root Canal Treatment

Duration varies per patient

Saving teeth from extraction.
If you have infected or inflamed pulp inside your tooth, root canal
therapy can help to eliminate the infection and ensure the tooth is kept
well-protected in the future. Infection can occur if bacteria get into the tooth via decay, a deep filling, or damage.
This treatment, which is carefully performed using tiny instruments, can
help save a tooth that may otherwise have to be extracted.

Root Canal Treatment

Extraction/Surgical Extraction

Duration varies per patient

To take problem teeth away or make some space. We aim to offer the very best preventative care but sometimes it may be necessary to remove a tooth if it cannot be repaired or we need to create more space in your mouth for further dental treatment.
A tooth may be affected by gum disease, decay or injury, or it could be impacted and not able to fully emerge. You may require extra room in your mouth if you are having orthodontic treatment or dentures.
If you need an extraction we will ensure the procedure is as pain-free as possible and do everything we can to help you feel relaxed and comfortable. We will also give you postextraction guidelines to encourage healing.