Ready to have your check-up?
Dental examinations from Pure Smiles:
Regular dental examinations are very important; we use them to check for early signs of Oral disease. Early advice or treatment is always better than allowing problems to deteriorate.
We also encourage parents to bring their children for a dental examination before the age of 2 years. Our dentists are well trained to assess the development and growth of teeth and jaws.
Book them in for one of our Children’s days when our team dress up in fancy dress – they might meet their favourite superhero! This is a great first visit to the dentist.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU HAVE A CHECK UP?
We will examine your jaws, teeth and their supporting structures; look at your past experience of dental problems, your diet and lifestyle and recommend a timeframe that is bespoke to your needs – this could range from 3 months to 2 years.
At Pure Smiles, we are committed to maintaining a preventive and minimalistic philosophy. We always use the most modern equipment and techniques and provide a service that is mindful of our patient’s wishes and needs.
WE CAN GIVE YOU THE DENTAL CARE YOU NEED
Pure Smiles provides an excellent service and we have a dedicated team of clinicians with a vast amount of experience. Our principal dentists are brothers Ayzaaz and Shiraz, with over 40 years of general practice experience between them. We can also promise you the highest standard of cleanliness and safety. We’re registered with the Care Quality Commission and we’re members of the British Dental Association Good Practice Scheme (Fulham Rd).
IF YOU ARE NERVOUS…
Do tell us when you book the appointment and our team will try our best to accommodate you. If you need treatment we could stage it for you to make it easier or provide you with sedation.
If you would like to experience our outstanding care, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to meeting you.
Call us on 020 7736 6276. Alternatively, why not ask a question (form in the right hand column). Or, book an appointment here