01584 810514

info@tenburywellsdentalcentre.co.uk

The Practice

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Your first appointment

On arrival

On arrival you will be welcomed by our friendly receptionist. You will be asked to complete a medical history form.

At your first dentist appointment

When it's time for you to see the dentist, you will be shown into the surgery and given time to settle down before your examination or treatment begins. You can rest assured that we use a range of state of the art equipment to enable us to diagnose and treat problems as easily as possible. We're also fully computerised which means that your records are always easily accessible by our dentist and staff.

Your first appointment will be with Mr Mehra this is an opportunity for you to get to know each other and talk through any issues or concerns that you may have. Then your mouth will be thoroughly examined; your teeth, gums, soft tissue, jaw joints, and occlusion (bite).  Normally we take digital X-rays as these show what can’t be seen directly – those areas between, inside and underneath your teeth, gums, and the bone supporting your teeth - and are often essential for diagnosing the causes of pain or discomfort. The dentist will talk to you about, and explain, treatment options and provide a written estimate. The dentist may also recommend that you see our Dental Hygienist to maintain your oral health.

At your first hygienist appointment

Our hygienist is registered and experienced dental care professional who has the responsibility of helping you keep your mouth in the best possible state of health. The gums and bone around your teeth are their foundations, and preventing and treating periodontal (gum) disease is of prime importance for a healthy, pain free mouth throughout life.

Your hygienist will carry out a thorough investigation of your gums to identify any areas where you may have, or could develop, gum disease. She will explain exactly what she finds and involve you in discovering the best ways for you to remove the damaging plaque from all the nooks and crannies where it collects, by tooth brushing, flossing, and other techniques.

She will carry out any necessary professional cleaning. If you have gum disease which is more advanced, then more than one visit may be necessary.

After your appointment

For your next appointment we'll arrange the best times to suit your diary.

We know that it’s easy to get out of the habit of seeing a dentist. So if it’s been a while, don’t worry, we are here to help.

We look forward to seeing you.

Dentists

Marcel Mehra BDS

Hygienist

Joanne Duffield Edh

Emergency
Dental
Treatment

Opening hours:


Monday
8.30 am - 1.10 pm
2.10 pm - 5.30 pm


Tuesday
8.30 am - 1.10 pm
2.10 pm - 5.30 pm


Wednesday
8.30 am - 1.10 pm
2.10 pm - 5.30 pm


Thursday
8.30 am - 1.10 pm
2.10 pm - 5.30 pm


Friday
8.30 am - 1.10 pm
(Friday afternoons by prior arrangement)


If you have an acute dental emergency during opening hours contact us on:

01584 810514

and we will aim to see you on the same day. We reserve some appointments every day for ‘urgent treatment’.

Out of hours / weekend
bank holiday cover

If you have a problem outside our normal opening hours call us on 01584 810514 and our answer-phone message will tell you how to contact the on-call dentist and out of hours emergency services.

Private patients

For private registered patients, Tenbury Dental Practice offers a weekend call out service for dental emergencies that cannot wait until we re-open. Please call the practice initially on 01584 810514 where you will be directed to a mobile phone number for the on-call dentist. Please call the mobile and leave your name, number and a brief message and the dentist will contact you as soon as they become available.

NHS patients

NHS patients - out-of-hours emergency care and advice can be accessed 24 hours a day via NHS Choices on 111. NHS Choices website is at www.nhs.uk.