At our dental practice, we don’t want you to feel pressured into undergoing a treatment or procedure with us. We believe a happy patient is an informed patient, which is why we’re proud to offer the time and support of our treatment co-ordinators. A treatment co-ordinator is a dedicated dental nurse trained to give you the support and advice you need to make decisions regarding potential treatments.
It can be difficult which treatment or procedure is or isn’t suitable for you, so our treatment co-ordinators are here to help you decide. They provide impartial advice that is honest and candid, their first and only priority to fit your best interests. You can have as many appointments as you feel necessary, and they’re all entirely free.
Treatment co-ordinators are perfect for nervous patients who may be experiencing nerves before a check-up or before a procedure. At your treatment co-ordinator appointment, you can not only receive advice and reassurance, but also find the answers to any questions you might have. This means you can enter any treatment equipped with knowledge, comfort, and confidence.
Our dental staff will assess you and your family’s oral hygiene and dental needs. You’ll have every opportunity to ask questions and we welcome this, to ensure you are completely comfortable during your appointment. We’ll talk you through dietary and lifestyle factors that impact your dental health and advise on the best measures to start at home. We’ll arm you with all of the knowledge you need to maintain healthy, happy teeth and gums for you and your family.
“I visit this practice every six months and am always very nervous at going. I’m not a good patient even if I have just an inspection! I saw a lovely young dentist his name was Mr Vinah Mehta and, honestly, I’ve never been so relaxed. He was so nice and made me feel really at ease. I would recommend anyone who, like me, is not keen on dentists to visit him.”
– LINDA HAMILTON
They’re useful for those considering a treatment but don’t know whether it’s really the right decision for them. This means that if you’re considering a dental implant but want to find out more, for example, you can discuss this at a treatment co-ordinator appointment. You can also receive impartial advice, honest recommendations, and guidance on what is (or isn’t) the best option for you.
When you’re nervous about the dentist and put off your appointments, you risk damaging your dental health and avoiding detection of worrying conditions. A treatment co-ordinator is a trained professional there to make you feel more comfortable and confident in our care. You can find out all about us and our procedures to put your mind at ease.
Of course, this service isn’t just limited to our private patients. All patients, public or private, new or old, are welcome to a treatment co-ordinator appointment.