45 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction, SW11 5QW
ap@sw11medical.uk
5 London Rd, Tooting, SW17 9JR
app@tootingcentre.uk

0207-223-5114

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How much is this going to cost me?

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Pricing for services and procedures vary from office to office and state to state. Once you see your dentist and have a treatment plan, the office manager will provide you with detailed information about costs, financing alternatives, and insurance.  As always, we do our best to find a price and a payment option that’s best for you.
For more information, please see our Pricing & Offers section.

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Do you treat children?

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Yes.  The dental clinic welcomes young patients from the age of six and up. It’s important to start caring for your oral health early!

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What is a comprehensive treatment plan?

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You’ll hear the term “comprehensive care” often at Our Dental Clinic It means that your dentist will examine your entire mouth to evaluate your overall oral health and recommend treatment for long-lasting good health, rather than just fixing your immediate problem. Want a second opinion? No problem—we’ll give you a copy of your X-rays at no charge.

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Dentures are expensive. How do I know I’m getting a good price?

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No doubt, dentures are an investment. But the confidence, comfort, and freedom they provide can be invaluable. In Our Dental Clinic, we always offer our patients low everyday prices and no surprises – we’ll provide a clear, detailed estimate on the cost of your treatment plan in writing so you know what to expect.

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I am afraid of going to the dentist … What can I do?

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Fear of the dentist is quite common for many people. . You will find our comfortable and pleasant eager to work with you. Asking questions about your problem and your idea of health care. Dental Clinics team is happy to help you with your smile.

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When should I take my child to the dentist for their first visit?

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Your child’s first teeth erupt around 6 months old. For the prevention of dental problems, Our Dental Clinics recommend your child should be seen at 1 year of age. This first visit will help your child to become acquainted with our office and develop a relationship with the doctor and staff, as well as a chance to help educate parents to properly care for their child’s teeth.

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Which is better, a manual toothbrush or an electric toothbrush?

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Research shows that both powered and manual toothbrushes are equally effective when used properly. The best way to be sure you are caring for your teeth properly is to discuss your home care and needs with your dentist or hygienist.