We began our phased return to dentistry on 8th June and are now able to offer routine appointments.
Although we have returned to some normality, the reality of working post lockdown is very different for us all. There are new regulations that we must adhere to as we continue to work through the CV-19 pandemic in order to keep our patients and our staff safe and these include a period of 'fallow time' after some appointments. This means that after some treatments, like fillings, the rooms have to be left vacant for one hour between patients to allow for decontamination purposes.
As you can imagine, this has an effect on the number of patients we can now see during our working week and there may be a wait for these appointments.
Although our opening hours have returned to normal our dentists and hygienists are not working the same hours as pre-lockdown and we may not be able to book dental health examinations and hygiene visits together.
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We thank you all so very much for your patience, continued support and understanding.
Stay safe and healthy!The Kiln Lane Team Close
A trip to the dentist can often cause much anxiety and apprehension. However, as the popular saying goes, ‘prevention is better than cure’ and it’s important to have routine dental check-ups. Not only do they complement your general oral hygiene, but they can also help to detect various dental issues in the early stages and will help to maintain your smile.
What does a routine dental check-up involve?
There is nothing to worry about when it comes to attending a routine check-up. Our dentists will make you feel as comfortable and relaxed as possible, and it usually doesn’t take as long as you expect.
If it’s your first visit, a complete health history will need to be taken. For repeat patients, the appointment will start with a few questions about your general health and any problems you’ve had since your last visit. The dentist will then thoroughly examine your teeth, gums and mouth (including your cheeks and tongue) for any problems. They may advise for you to see a hygienist for cleaning of your teeth and gums, either routinely, or if they detect gum problems.
An X-ray of your teeth may also be taken, allowing the dentist to see the exact position of your teeth in the jawline and making it easier to detect cavities and any other underlying issues.
Book your dental check-up with Kiln Lane Dental
If you would like to find out more about our routine dental check-ups and the full range of dental treatments currently available, please feel free to get in touch.
Our team of dentists strive to build a professional, trusting relationship with all of their patients. They will put you at ease throughout the routine dental care appointment and will do everything in their power to make sure you have a healthy and beautiful smile.