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Prevention is better, cheaper and easier than cure, and regularly examining your teeth and gums means we can catch any issues quickly, before they are allowed to get worse.

Regular examinations are a vital part of your dental care and the most common reason for visiting us. If you’re feeling nervous about visiting the practice, please don’t worry. Our beautiful modern clinic and friendly staff will help put you at ease and can talk through as much or as little of the examination as you are comfortable with. We are kind, gentle and caring in our approach.

What will my examination involve?

At the beginning of your appointment, we ask a little about your general health, if you are experiencing any dental problems or have any concerns you wish to talk about.

We examine your teeth, gums, soft tissues and mouth, checking they are healthy and looking for any signs of decay or infection. At each examination, we also screen your mouth for indications of oral cancer. For younger patients, we check that teeth are growing as they should and watch for any signs that orthodontic treatment may be needed.

If we find any issues that require treatment, we create a bespoke treatment plan and discuss with you the best course of action and expected costs. You are very welcome to ask any questions at any point during your appointment.

Membership benefits

If you are a member of our dental plan, you will benefit from regular examinations. You will also receive discounts on our treatments and free emergency appointments when required. We look after the whole family, with children up to the age of 16 attending for regular examinations free when on a membership.

For advice and to help you decide on the best plan for you, please speak to a member of our team. Plans start from as little as £9.75 per month.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I see the dentist for an examination?

    Ideally, you should visit for an examination appointment every six months, so we can take the best care of your teeth and gums. Some patients may be advised to attend more or less often, depending on your oral health. We will discuss this with you at your appointment.

  • Is a dental examination painful?

    You may experience some mild discomfort, but it shouldn’t be painful. We take care to talk to you throughout the appointment, informing you which tools we are using and what to expect.

  • What happens if I need further treatment?

    If we discover an issue that needs further treatment, we will need to see you for a specialised appointment. We will advise you when best to book the appointment for and give any instructions or advice for managing the issue in the meantime.

Visiting us

We’re here when you need us. Flexible opening hours for your convenience.

09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 18:30
09:00 - 18:30
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 15:30
Appointment only

We are closed for lunch between 13:00 - 14:00 Monday to Thursday and 12:00 - 12:30 on Fridays.

Book appointment 01926 291515 Lower Heathcote Square Warwick, CV34 7BR