A day in the life of a Harley Street dentist is…. Well, in fact there is no typical day in the life of a Harley Street dentist. No two days are alike!
The entire team works together to provide the best patient care. We are a multi-disciplinary practice and we are unique in that we have a wide range of more complicated and complex procedures available at our practice all under one roof.
Our efficient team is committed to preventative dentistry and is keen to stop problems before they start. We also aim to make the experience of all patients as pleasant as possible. We believe visiting the dentist doesn’t have to be unpleasant! We will give you attention care and support through the initial stages of your treatment and then throughout your journey with us.
What can my dentist in Harley Street do for me?
You can visit us at our central London practice for an initial consultation, but did you know that you can also send us a picture of your smile, with a message about your concerns or questions, on our website? If you visit the smile simulator page on our website: http://www.harleystreetdentalclinic.co.uk one of our team can offer you an online e-consult! With this we are able to make a quick initial assessment and answer any questions that you might have about your smile.
Your initial consultation
When you visit us for an initial consultation with a dentist in Harley Street, you will find the experience relaxed and positive. Our reception team will assign you a treatment coordinator and from there your patient journey will begin in full. Your initial assessment with a treatment coordinator may flag up any oral health concerns or issues, and you may require a further examination by one of our dental team who will be able to offer you advice and a clinical diagnosis if necessary for any dental issues which may require further treatment. In your initial checkup also, you will be given a quick oral cancer check, as well as be able to ask any questions about general or cosmetic dentistry treatments which we offer art the practice.