Did you know that nearly 9 out of 10 NHS dental practices are now closed to new patients?
Millions of people across the UK are in the same position because up to 90% of the UK’s dentists are currently not accepting new patients for routine-check-ups, fillings, hygienist appointments and more.
Some people haven’t been to the dentist for years and this means dental health in the UK will be declining.
That’s 90% of the UK’s dentists that are currently not accepting new patients for routine-check-ups, fillings, hygienist appointments and more.
This is affecting many people across the UK.
Are you one of them?
It’s important to get your oral health examined every 6 months so any issues can be diagnosed as early as possible, so that more complicated / pricey treatments aren’t needed down the line.
Unfortunately, it’s been recently reported that many people in the UK are now going without seeing a dentist or hygienist as they can’t get into a practice, some for years!
Instead of letting tooth problems get worse, it might be better to consider private dental care instead. We’re currently accepting new patients and our private fees aren’t as expensive as you’d think. In fact, if you were to compare with NHS timeframes and prices, it isn’t too much different.
New patients can sign up and come for their first 20-30 minute check-up appointment, which includes x-rays if needed, for £50, reducing to £40 for future appointments. This compares to £23.80 for a 5/10 min appointment with an NHS dentist. We won’t rush you through, on your first visit you’ll receive a full new patient examination where we’ll check your teeth and gums, assess your soft tissues, glands, and jaw and discuss your medical history and general health to enable us to understand you and your goals.
We won’t rush you through your appointments because we have too many people to see in a day, we want to get to know you as an individual patient, and understand what it is you want and need from your dental treatment, whilst discussing all the best options to achieve your goals.
We want to get to know you as an individual patient, and understand what it is you want from your dental treatment, your expectations and your hopes.
Give us a call on 0207 272 6818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be more than happy to help.