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The Practice » Are you looking for a dentist in Chiswick?
If you are new to the area, have just not visited the dentist for a while or are simply looking for a quality dental practice in Chiswick where patients come first, then we would be delighted to meet you.
Many people find the prospect of finding a new dental practice for themselves or their family quite daunting. Here are some things to search for when you are looking for a dentist in Chiswick:
You need to find a dental team who you are comfortable talking to and a waiting room where you can relax before your appointment.First impressions are important and you should feel at home as soon as you arrive.
Nobody wants to receive a big shock when they are presented with the bill for their treatments, so make sure that you choose a dentist who is transparent with their fees. If you know what it will cost you before you go, you can choose to spread your payments. Most dentists offer you a payment plan so you can pay monthly.
A good dentist should also be honest and open with you about how long the treatment you have chosen will last for. For example, they will give you an indication of how long a filling will last, or how often you might need teeth whitening top ups before needing to reapply them. You should feel comfortable asking your dental practice these questions.
Passion and commitment towards patients goes a long way. Make sure you choose a dentist that is really passionate about their work and who also considers and listens to their patient’s needs and concerns.
Here at Chiswick Dental Park we meet all of these criteria and will be happy to have you at our practice. Get in touch with a member of our friendly team who can arrange an appointment for you to come in and meet us.
Call the practice and book your consultation today on 0208 987 9977.
Maintaining good dental hygiene influences the rest of your health and immune system. Practicing below average dental hygiene can lead to early stages of gingivitis (gum disease), bacterial infections and, in chronic or severe cases, vascular and heart complications. By taking action to avoid gum disease, you are also taking action for the rest of your body’s wellbeing.
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Chiswick is alive with the buzz of Thanksgiving and we’re certainly looking forward to it here at Chiswick Park Dental. Our all-American bakeshop neighbours Outsider Tart are going to be celebrating by offering a menu of traditional American bake favourites. Chiswick Christian Centre will also be holding a service on Sunday 29th to honour the day.
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You can sparkle this Christmas and New Year by treating yourself to the Home Whitening System for just £275.
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