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St. George’s Dental Practice 9 Upper Bridge St. Canterbury Kent CT1 2NA Call us on 01227 450300 Email: stgeorgesdp@yahoo.co.uk
Opening Hours Monday 9am to 6pm Tuesday 9am to 6pm Wednesday 9am to 6pm Thursday 9am to 6pm Friday 9am to 6pm Saturday 9am to 4pm
Examination A stitch in time saves nine. We recommend that you attend regular routine dental examinations with your dentist to ensure that problems with your oral health can be spotted and dealt with early, thus minimising the need for any invasive or costly treatment. Your examination is in fact an oral health check where we examine your oral tissues and the head and neck area for any signs of cancer. We also examine your teeth and gums for signs of gum disease or tooth decay. X-rays may also be taken of the teeth to check for decay in the hidden parts of the teeth and to assess the health of the bone around the teeth. Following the examination you will be advised of anything that has been found, how you could improve things and you may even be praised for what you are getting right. We will also have a chat about what options are available. We only develop treatment plans after establishing what you would like to get out the treatment. We know that one size does not fit all and there are often a number of options for every situation.

Call us now on

01227 450300

St. George’s Dental Practice 9 Upper Bridge St. Canterbury Kent CT1 2NA Email: stgeorgesdp@yahoo.co.uk
© St. George’s Dental Practice 2020
Examination A stitch in time saves nine. We recommend that you attend regular routine dental examinations with your dentist to ensure that problems with your oral health can be spotted and dealt with early, thus minimising the need for any invasive or costly treatment. Your examination is in fact an oral health check where we examine your oral tissues and the head and neck area for any signs of cancer. We also examine your teeth and gums for signs of gum disease or tooth decay. X-rays may also be taken of the teeth to check for decay in the hidden parts of the teeth and to assess the health of the bone around the teeth. Following the examination you will be advised of anything that has been found, how you could improve things and you may even be praised for what you are getting right. We will also have a chat about what options are available. We only develop treatment plans after establishing what you would like to get out the treatment. We know that one size does not fit all and there are often a number of options for every situation.