Our dental clinic is open and you can read our COVID-safe procedures here.
We have unfortunately had to temporarily stop our beauty treatments in line with Government regulations. All existing appointments will be rescheduled.
Keep your teeth and gums healthy for a lifetime with regular dental check-ups at TG’s Dental Suite.
Early detection of dental problems
Prevention of dental problems
Oral health maintenance
Keep overall health in check
Save money on dental work
Life gets busy and it's easy to forget about maintaining your oral health, but regular dental check-ups at our practices in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Higham Ferrers, Leicester, and Earls Barton are important to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Routine dental check-ups include visual examinations of your teeth, gums and mouth, allowing us to determine how healthy your teeth are and helping us to detect problems at the earliest signs, to address them before they become more serious.
Oral and overall health
Dental hygiene practices
Freshness of your breath
Appearance of your smile
Routine dental examinations at TG’s Dental Suite start at £60.00.
A routine dental check-up usually takes about 15 to 20 minutes.
Brilliant care as usual from Jade. Just a check up and clean but she is very caring.
I recently saw Jade for my routine dental exam. She was very thorough and took the time to explain everything to me. Very happy.
Excellent service. Easy to book appointment. Staff friendly and warm. Just visited the hygienist best standard of care I have ever received.
During a dental check-up, our dentist will examine your teeth, gums, and soft tissues to identify any abnormalities like swelling and decay, and we’ll perform an oral cancer screening.
If necessary, we'll take some small X-rays to make sure you have no other underlying problems with your teeth. Based on your dental needs and assessment results, your dental team may recommend a course of treatment to get your mouth healthy, and then provide you with an easy and affordable way to get your teeth and gums healthy.
Early tooth decay can be difficult to detect, but it can be identified during a comprehensive examination and X-ray, which is why we recommend regular dental check-ups
Early detection of gum disease helps prevent damage to your tooth, which makes it easier and less expensive to treat.
Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease, causing red, swollen, and bleeding gums. When left untreated, gingivitis can lead to periodontitis, a type of infection that causes discomfort and difficulty eating, and lead to tooth loss at an advanced stage. We can replace missing teeth with cosmetic dentistry, but the best treatment is to catch gum disease early and prevent the need for cosmetic dental work.
During a regular dental check-up, we’ll sometimes discover tooth decay or a cavity that needs to be treated.
Fillings are a common dental treatment used to seal and repair decaying teeth and prevent further damage, with a local anaesthetic to make sure you don’t feel a thing. Before going ahead with a filling, your dentist will discuss the available filling and material options with you, including the option for white or tooth-coloured fillings so they blend in with the rest of your smile.
Mouth cancer can occur in any part of the mouth and has a higher mortality rate than breast cancer, cervical cancer, or skin melanoma.
It's crucial to detect abnormalities early and prevent late detection with a mouth cancer screening at your dental check-up, which involves a detailed analysis of your oral health history, a thorough examination of your mouth, and a detailed scan for any lumps or lesions.
Dental hygiene treatments are essential for maintaining healthy teeth and gums because they help to prevent the accumulation of plaque and bacteria, reducing the risk of infections and tooth decay.
Like dental check-ups, it’s important to schedule routine hygienist appointments to ensure optimal oral health and maintain fresh breath.
Preventative treatment is better than reactive treatment, so it’s important that you have regular dental check-ups every 6 - 12 months, as these help us to keep on top of your oral health and hygiene, detect problems at the earliest signs, and perform dental treatments to address them before they become more serious.
Routine dental check-ups include visual examinations of your teeth, gums and mouth and allow us to determine how healthy your teeth are. X-rays and digital photographs may be taken during a routine check-up for us to be able to assess your overall dental health.
Much like a regular check-up, it’s a good idea to have a dental hygiene appointment every 6 - 12 months to maintain optimal teeth and gum health, take care of any plaque and bacteria build-up, and reduce the risk of tooth decay and tooth infections.
Our experienced dental hygienist will start by assessing your gum health and checking for any build-up of plaque and early warning signs of gum disease. They’ll then perform a thorough clean and scale to remove plaque and finish with a polish to make sure you leave with sparkly teeth and healthy gums.
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