patient-resources

Patient Resources

We want to make it easy for you to access the information you need to look after your teeth and gums. We’ve brought together the essential forms you’ll have to fill in along with some key resources to help you learn more about dental health.

Essential Documents

Here are some of the essential forms and policies that you may need to consult when you join us as a patient. Don’t hesitate to ask if you need any more information or advice at any stage.

  • Medical History Form: we’ll ask you to fill in one of these when you join the clinic so that we can provide you with the correct care.
  • Data Privacy and Protection: we take our responsibility to protect your private information seriously. Find out how we keep your personal data safe.
  • Complaints Policy: we hope that you’ll be satisfied with every aspect of your care, but if you do experience any problems this policy sets out how we will address them.
  • Patient Satisfaction Form: let us know what you think about us and the care that you received. Your opinions will help us to improve our services.

If you want to know more about any of our policies, then feel free to get in touch or talk to us while you are at the clinic. We aim to provide the highest quality of care, which includes being open and honest about the services we provide.

Around the Site

We’ve got plenty of resources for you on the website if you want to find out more about us and our services. The following pages could be very useful for getting to know us:

  • Your First Appointment
  • Price list
  • FAQs

You’ll find lots of other information too, so take some time to look around if you want to explore your treatment options. We offer everything from preventive dental care to tooth implants, orthodontics and oral surgery. Our experienced team can provide all the care you need to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible.

External Resources for Patients

We want you to have all the information you need to understand what is going on with your teeth. We’ll explain your diagnosis and treatment options in detail at your appointment, but here are some useful resources where you can learn more:

  • Oral Health Foundation: a charity that raises awareness of dental health and preventive dental care, it has a great A-Z on oral health
  • National Smile Month: a campaign run by the Oral Health Foundation to encourage everyone to look after their smiles
  • European Federation of Periodontology: a scientific society that has some great patient resources on gum disease and periodontics
  • Action on Sugar: a charity that has lots of information on the health effects of sugar and how you can cut it down in your diet

If you want to learn more about your teeth, dental hygiene or any other aspect of dentistry then you can always ask us. Get in touch or talk to your dentist at your next appointment.

Links:

https://www.dentalhealth.org/Pages/Category/all-oral-health-information

http://www.nationalsmilemonth.org/

https://www.efp.org/patients/index.html

http://www.actiononsugar.org/sugar-and-health/sugars-and-tooth-decay/

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