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Register with Breaston Dental Care

If you have recently moved into the area, been recommended by a friend or simply not seen a dentist for a while, we would be delighted to welcome you to our friendly family dental practice.

Our promise to you

At Breaston Dental Care, we only work with caring people who genuinely love what they do. We will provide you with the most gentle care as our priority. We promise to treat you really well.

The first visit is all about getting to know you and really listening to, and discovering, your very individual needs. Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete our comprehensive medical and dental questionnaire, so that we can treat you safely and carefully tailor treatment options.

A typical appointment will include

  • Full head and neck examination
  • Oral cancer screening (soft tissue check of your mouth)
  • A careful assessment of the gums and supporting structures of the teeth
  • A close look at the jaw joint, teeth and bite
  • All necessary radiographs, photos and other special tests
  • A diagnosis with a full written treatment plan and estimate of costs

 

After we have gathered all the information, we will sit with you and outline your possible treatment options.  It’s really important that you are involved in deciding what treatment you want from the start. We want you to be happy and have found over the years that shared decision-making is crucial to this.

If you feel we can help and would like to be welcomed into a caring, friendly dental practice, please give us a call on 01332 873404 or simply fill in your details below and we will send you a welcome pack with all the information you need.

Request a New Patient Welcome Pack

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