Take a look at some of our Frequently Asked Questions for more information
How do I make an appointment?
For urgent and emergency dental care, please contact our Call Centre on 0333 405 0290 (you can find our criteria for treatment here).
For routine and private care, please call 0333 405 0291 or click here for further information about our services.
What do I need to bring with me to my appointment?
A list of any medication you are taking
Proof of exemption from payment for treatment (if relevant)
Cash or debit card to pay for treatment (if not exempt)
What can I expect at my appointment?
On arrival you will be asked to fill in a medical history form (and an NHS payment form, if relevant). You will be asked for payment or proof of exemption. The dentist will then call you into the surgery and will ask you some questions about your general health, the forms you have completed and the reason for your visit.
The dentist will then begin assessing you and may need to undertake some tests such as an x-ray. The dentist will then discuss treatment options with you. Once you have agreed on an option the dentist will start the treatment.
The dentist will be assisted by a dental nurse at all times. Once your treatment is completed you may be given post-operative instructions and you will be discharged.
Will I need to come back for treatment?
We do advise regular check-ups with your dentist as well as hygienist visits in order to maintain good oral health care but the clinical team will advise you about this before you leave.
I have attended for urgent or emergency dental care. How do I transition to a more regular care routine with Smile Together?
Simply talk to the dental nurse or receptionist before you leave and they can advise you accordingly. Alternatively please call us on 0333 405 0291.
Can I eat and drink after my treatment?
The dentist will advise you about eating and drinking at the end of your appointment, as it is dependent on the treatment you have had. We advise that you eat as normal prior to your dental appointment.
You are also welcome to visit our Patient Hub for even more information about visiting the dentist and looking after your oral health.
How can I leave a review, and what can I do if I am not happy with my treatment?
In order for us to continually improve our services and respond to patient needs, we welcome feedback, comments and suggestions. If you have any ideas about how we can do something better, please let us know.
We welcome positive feedback and you can leave us a review in the following ways: