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Ilford Dentist - Pearls Dental Centre

FAQ

Q: Tell me about the practice?

A: We are a single handed practice and this ensures you see the same dentist at every visit. We offer a large range of treatments ranging from general dentistry to implants, cosmetic dentistry, tooth whitening and orthodontics using clear braces. We offer conscious sedation for nervous patients.

Q: What happens at my first visit?

A: The evaluation will take 1/2 hour and we carry out:

  • A medical history review
  • Examination of the teeth & soft tissues
  • Periodontal/ gum evaluation
  • Oral cancer screening
  • Radiographs
  • Discuss your concerns and goals for your teeth, mouth and smile.

Q: What is your payment policy?

A: We ask that all new patients pay in advance for the initial consultation.

So that we can provide the very best care and service to you, we ask that a fee is made to secure appointments for treatment. For treatment that involves laboratory work such as crowns, bridges and dentures we ask that the fee is paid for in advance of treatment.

Payments can be made by Credit Cards, Debit Cards, Cash or Cheques. Monthly dental plans and 0% finance are available.

We also have financial partners Dental Finance who offer credit options ranging from interest free payments spread over 12 months to payments with interest over 2-4 years. We are happy to discuss the options with you. If you think this may be of interest to you, please bring along your bank sort code and account details, so that we can complete all the necessary paperwork.

Q: How do I find your practice?

A: Click here to view a map showing our practice.

Bus Number 86 stops 2mins walk from the practice.

Rail National rail from Liverpool Street to Colchester/ Southend line – Goodmayes(5mins walk).

Tube Newbury park (10min taxi).

Parking Paid parking across the surgery. Please avoid parking at Homebase or side street as the parking wardens are constantly patrolling the area.

Q: How do I make an appointment?

A: You can either call the surgery to schedule an appointment or you can complete the 'Make an enquiry' request (in the right hand column of each page) and you will be contacted as soon as possible.

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