Ensure your teeth and gums remain in the best of health with regular dental examinations.
Appt Time30 Mins
WHAT IS A DENTAL EXAMINATION?
During a dental examination, our dentists make crucial checks for issues such as mouth cancer and gum disease. Gum disease is estimated to affect more than half of all UK adults. Major health problems including heart disease, strokes and dementia have all been linked to gum disease.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Welcome to White & Co.
Premium dentistry in a premium environment.
Meet your dentist
Your dentist is here to educate, advise and answer your questions. They will take x-rays and perform a thorough dental examination.
We will give you an evaluation of your oral health and create a bespoke treatment plan if required.
New Patient Examination including 2 x X-rays and treatment plan
Routine check-up excluding x-rays
New patient hygiene (1 hour)
Regular recall appointment hygienist (40 minute)
“They explained all my options for me in detail, taking care to highlight different financially suitable options and were able to work around my busy schedule. The receptionists are also lovely.” Kai Chelliah. Dental crowns.
"I followed my wife on her visit to the dentist and was so warmly welcomed by Piotr and the other staff members that, after chatting with them about my concerns and them being so understanding, I decided to give it a try. Almost 5 months of my teeth are saved.” Michael Sparrow. Fillings, whitening and gum disease treatment.
Are dental examinations painful?
A dental examinations is not a painful experience.
How long is my appointment?
Dental examination appointments with our dentists at White & Co. usually take 40 minutes.
How often do I need a dental examinations?
For patients who enjoy good oral health, we usually recommend a dental examination once every six months.
What if I have not seen a dentist for a while?
For patients who have not seen a dentist for a while, a series of visits may be required. As the health of your teeth and gums starts to improve, the visits are likely to become less frequent.