A warm welcome from your loyal, local dentist
We believe that it is important to establish a positive relationship with your dentist in Edinburgh. One that has you feeling free and able to communicate your dental desires, ask questions and raise concerns that you may have regarding your current oral health, or any treatments that you may require.
This enables a full and positively reciprocated environment for your dentist in Edinburgh, to be able to provide you with the treatment that you need and to allow you the results that you wish for. Without open, candid and honest communication, you may find that you are unhappy with cosmetic results or concerned about restorative treatment plans ongoing.
Of course, we give every one of our patients as much time as they need to express themselves, and we pride ourselves in our attentive care. No stone is left unturned during our examinations, and we use the latest and greatest technology to aid us in delivering you a quick and accurate diagnosis to treat any concern and offer effective treatment.
We treat every one of their patients equally, providing a tailor-made service that tackles the concerns that need to be looked at, and praising the good efforts of a beneficial at home hygiene routine. Every one of our dentists in Edinburgh is passionate about you having a happy and healthy smile to last your lifetime.
What happens when I join the practice?
You are welcome to book an appointment with us either as a private patient or as an NHS patient. We provide you with detailed information about what each type of enrollment entails, and where some NHS funded options are unavailable, you are certainly welcome to privately book your treatment with us.
It is important to understand that when you book an initial consultation with us, we will need to gain a certain amount of information from you in order to learn what we need to know. Your medical and dental history provide crucial clues to your current state of health.
During the initial consultation, an informal discussion, between yourself and one of our team, allows us to get to know you and what your oral health goals are. We will ask about your lifestyle habits and choices as well, as they can have an impact on your oral and overall health.
The body is a holistic system, meaning that everything is intimately connected, even in ways that we are yet to understand. Do not feel like certain facts about yourself are not important to share as you may very well be surprised about the impact this can have on your teeth and gums.
We then take a thorough look inside your mouth, as well as your neck, lips, mouth and cheeks, to investigate any potential signs of infection or disease. We inform you about clues that you may need to look out for so that you yourself can keep on top of your oral health.
Following a thorough examination of your teeth and gums, which may include x-rays, we can determine if there is any restorative work that needs to be done, and discuss thoughts on potential cosmetic procedures, in order to allow you to have your best smile possible.