New Patients

Registration for new patients at Park Street Dental in Thame


We Welcome New Dental Patients

Our friendly team is always eager to welcome new patients to the practice. We are very proud of the fact that our existing patients often recommend us to their friends, family and work colleagues. In fact, the majority of our new patients have resulted from personal referrals.

We strongly believe that you are more than just a set of teeth.

Good dental health is an integral part of your general well-being. With this in mind, as well as the usual tips on effective brushing and flossing, we can also offer advice on diet and stopping smoking.

Should any treatment be required, we promise to provide you with a clear written estimate and treatment plan.

Your dentist will always discuss any proposed treatment with you, as well as alternative options available, and will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Your First Appointment

Your first appointment will last around 45 minutes. This time will enable your dentist to thoroughly check the condition of your mouth, teeth and gums, as well as a host of other aspects of your oral health – all of which influence your general well-being. This appointment will include:

  • A comprehensive medical questionnaire and smile assessment.
  • A thorough visual examination of your teeth, mouth and surrounding areas
  • Any x-rays necessary to assess the hidden areas of your mouth, teeth and any previous dental work
  • The chance to talk through any concerns or dental aspirations

Future appointments can be tailor-made to suit your work requirements and can be as long or as short as suits you.


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