The primary role of our Hygienists and Therapists is to provide preventative care and control of oral health to our patients.
fThe primary role of our dental hygienist and therapists is to provide preventative care and control of oral health to our patients.
Ensuring that you have a stable and healthy mouth. Not only to give your teeth and gums a much more thorough clean than you can achieve at home but also to spot early warning signs of more serious developments such as gum disease and even oral cancer.
Scaling and polishing are usually totally pain free. However, if you do have any discomfort the hygienist can use anaesthetic creams, or give you some local anaesthetic. Please let your hygienist know at the time so they can help with your discomfort.
In 2013 the GDC removed its barrier to Direct Access for some dental care professionals after considering the impact on patient safety. Before then, every member of the dental team had to work on the prescription of a dentist. This meant that patients had to be seen by a dentist before being treated by any other member of the dental team.
For more information on this please see the GDC website.
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“I was referred by NHS emergency centre yesterday, was seen x-rayed and treated straight away. dentist (Matt) was very calming, gentle and informative- truly professional service' thankyou very much.🙂”
“Came in yesterday and had tooth extraction. The female dentist who did it was great. Would highly recommend this surgery. She was very friendly and professional.”
“Warm welcome, friendly professional team, I am nervous of the dentist but was made to feel at ease immediately. Thank you”
“Lovely practice, never run late, and never rushed by dentist, feel like the check-up is thorough and honest.”
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“Dentist Dr Vivek Giddani makes you feel at ease- had confidence in his ability to make the procedure as pleasant as possible and did not have any adverse outcomes”