We are a well-established family dental practice specialising in dental maintenance, cosmetic treatment and implants. The practice was opened in 2001 and recently registered patient number 6,000. Our highly qualified staff pride themselves on being able to offer the full range of dental treatments available in a friendly, easy-going, stress-free atmosphere.
At North street Dental Practice we aim to provide high quality treatment in a clean, state of the art environment. We are committed to continuing professional education and to keeping up with changes in modern dentistry. We encourage a preventative approach to the dentistry we offer - helping you to understand how to maintain the health of your mouth and keep your mouth free of tooth decay and gum disease.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Our aim is to provide Quality Dental Health Care at an affordable price in a Safe Environment. We want patients to feel comfortable with all aspects of treatment including
· Talking about any dental problems they may have.
· Discussing the treatment options available
· Involving patients in decision making where possible then.
· Making the chosen treatment as comfortable as possible.
We encourage people to complain if they feel the treatment doesn’t meet their expectations to see if we can learn anything from it and work toward improving what we do and finally we aim to treat all our patients with the degree of respect they deserve.
Our modern health promoting approach involves an on going programme of regular examinations, health assessments and hygiene visits. This form of continuing care results in:
We have expertise in a range of cosmetic dentistry procedures including implants, veneers and tooth whitening.
Our aim is to follow best practice regarding dental practice regulation. All our policies are available for you to look at should you wish just ask at reception.
We take all the necessary precautions to safeguard both patients and staff from cross-infection. We strictly follow all the recommended guidelines laid down by the Department of Health and the British Dental Association with specific regard to sterilisation of instruments and the use of disposable items wherever possible.