We have a wide range of treatments available for people across the West Midlands, covering veneers, implants, braces, home visits, and much more. We’re proud to offer a 24-hour emergency dentistry service and general dental checkups. Don’t be worried if you get nervous, as our friendly team will make you feel at home.
At our Walsall-based practice, we’re a one-stop shop for all of your dental and oral health needs. So if you’re looking for advice or want to know more about dentistry, our blog is here to answer your questions and tell you some things you might not know!
Why not add us to your bookmarks? It’s worth checking out our website regularly to get dental health tips and see what’s happening at our award-winning practice.
We write our blogs to keep our patient community up to date and to let you know some helpful oral health tips and tricks.
We want to make sure that all who come to or consider The Dentist can be educated about what procedures are out there and what treatments you might be thinking about.
If you have any more questions, feel free to set up an appointment with us to come in and talk. We’re more than happy to answer your questions! The great thing about our blog is you can read it whenever you like, whether relaxing at home, on your commute, or even on your lunch break if you want to learn more on a specific topic.
We think the more you know, the less nervous you’ll be. It’s great to give you as much information as we can to help put you at ease and address any of your concerns before coming for a treatment. We’ll explain everything in-person of course, but a bit of background before can’t hurt!
Just like our consultations, we make sure our blog is simple and readable, and we won’t use complicated dental terms without fully explaining what they are.
One of our blog posts is about implants. We explain exactly what they are and made from so you know the facts. We also include a few fun facts. Did you know that the first implants were made over 1,000 years ago?
The Mayan civilisation used pieces of shell shaped like teeth to make them. Thankfully, we have much more sophisticated technology now! In the same blog, we let you know what dental implants could do for you and how we can help with interest-free credit.
We like to use our blog to keep you in the know about what’s happening with The Dentist. In June 2017 we made it easier to book appointments by introducing an online booking system, then we let everyone know right here.
Thanks to this, you don’t have to pick up the phone to book an appointment with us. You can just click on our site and see what time slots we have — it’s a huge timesaver and convenient for your schedule.
Just like reading our blog, you can book an appointment wherever and whenever you want. Your next appointment at our convenient West Midlands dentist office is just a couple of clicks away!
We are a community here at The Dentist, and we like to share interesting news from our lives too. We share occasional family news, like the arrival of a new baby, or our trip to India to teach relatives about flossing. Speaking of flossing, we made sure our blog tells you the best techniques for making it part of your daily routine!
We really want our blog posts to answer your questions or ease any worries you might have. If you’ve got an annoying jaw ache, or are thinking about teeth straightening or another cosmetic procedure, our blog posts will shed some light on your options even before you come in and see us.
Even if you don’t have a check-up for a while, it’s always a good idea to stay updated with the latest dental news. Take a look at our easy-to-read blog and see what’s new with The Dentist!
Check out our easy-to-read blog and see what we’ve been up to recently!
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