The team at Danson Park Dental Practice understand that choosing a dentist is a very personal decision. It’s a relationship that can last for many years which has an important influence on your overall health and self-confidence. Our team are warm, friendly and we genuinely care about our patients experience from the moment you walk in the door to the moment you leave.
As a new patient to Danson Park Dental you will find that our approach is based on listening to your wants and needs. We have a philosophy that ‘prevention is better than cure’ believing everyone can achieve a beautiful and attractive smile, irrespective of age. We want all our patients to feel confident, happy and beaming with their smiles.
On arrival the reception team will welcome you to the practice offering you a drink to enjoy whilst you complete a Medical History Questionnaire. Your dentist or hygienist will personally come and collect you from the patient lounge where your treatment will start.
Firstly your dentist or hygienist will carry out a detailed Healthy Mouth Assessment. This not only to addresses your oral health but assess your lifestyle and diet. This information is crucial allowing us to create a bespoke, holistic treatment plan for you. You will allocated ample time to sit and discuss with your dentist or hygienist letting them know what you would like, need or want.
You will be invited to meet our Treatment Coordinator if you require more comprehensive treatment. During this consultation your Treatment Coordinator will discuss your options, treatment plan and payment choices. We want to ensure that every aspect of your visit with us is seamless and stress free.
Following your appointment, you will be brought back to reception who will work with you to schedule any further appointments that may be required.
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