Why Regular Dental Check Ups Can Save You Money

Why should I see the dentist if I don’t have pain?

I have a really busy job and I can’t take time off work

I am terrified of the dentist, they always hurt me!

I brush my teeth twice a day, surely that’s enough to keep my mouth healthy?

Looking after your teeth isn’t always that easy. We have busy lives, demanding jobs and may have had a bad experience in the past that puts us off going to the dentist. 

If you are unfortunate enough to get toothache and don’t have a regular dentist it can be difficult to find someone that will see you at short notice. It is better to catch problems before they cause pain, the dentist isn’t just there when things go wrong. They can help with advice on caring for your teeth, they can improve your appearance by straightening those crooked teeth, brightening up you smile and mending the broken fillings for you. 

If you are nervous of treatment there are lots of ways we can help you. Start by having a chat and no treatment at all. Build your confidence slowly and get to know your dentist. 

Leaving treatment until you are in pain can be expensive. It is better to have regular check ups and that way you will catch a problem when it is easier and cheaper to fix. 

At Andrew house Dental Practice, we have kind and caring staff that will make you visit as stress free as possible. We have sedation for those patients that are very anxious and all our dentists take the time to fully explain all the treatment and costs so there are no nasty surprises. 

We can see you in the evening or on Saturday mornings to fit in with busy lives. 

We aim to look after your teeth so that you can keep them for life. Give us a call and have a chat, we look forward hearing from you. 

Give the practice a call on 01732 353358 or visit our website to read about our services and meet our team. We look forward to hearing from you.

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