Information from A to Z

We want the best for your teeth. That's why we've put together some information about your visit to 57 Dental Care, preventative care and other dentistry issues.

The British Academy of Restorative Dentistry

Dr Aman Bharti has been working closley with BARD and is also a full member. He has completed a full diploma in Restorative Dentistry.

www.bard.uk.org

The Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK)

The FGDP(UK) is the academic home for qualified dentists. Based in the Royal College of Surgeons, London, the FGDP(UK) aims to promate excellence in dentistry.

Dr Bharti and Dr Matharu have completed various diplomas with the royal college. Dr Bharti is the lead tutor within Yorkshire and helps train dentists to gain additional postgraduate qualifications. 

www.fgdp.org.uk

www.fgdpyorkshire.org.uk

Foundation Training

57 Dental Care is commited to postgraduate education and has been a foundation training practice for the last 5 years. Final year dental students are welcome to contact us for more information. 

 

We are now a multiple foundation training practice and will be training two foundation dentists in 2017/19

Payment for NHS examinations

We kindly ask that you pay £19.70 for your NHS Examination when you arrive for your appointment. This is due to patients attending without the appropriate funds to pay for their dental care. While we appreciate the vast majority are honest individuals, this policy applies to all patients.

Don't forget: bring your proof of exemption

To ensure your visit to our clinic goes smoothly, please bring your proof of exemption to every appointment if you are exempt from NHS dental charges.

Joining us as a new private or denplan patient?

If you wish to join as a new private patient, a £10.00 deposit is required to secure your new patient examination appointment. This is deducted from your examination fee. If you wish to join denplan or you are an existing denplan member at another practice and wish to join us, we will waive the initial examination fee. 

Preventative care: check-up at least once a year

You should come for a check-up at least once a year to make sure that you are looking after your teeth properly and to have their condition checked. If you have sensitive teeth, it would be a good idea to have a check-up every six months. We follow NICE guidlines and will advise you on how often you should attend.

 

Complaints

We aim to please, so if you are not happy with the service you have recieved then please do get in touch.

We aim to resolve any situation promptly and amicably. The first point of contact is to contact our practice manager, Alison Waters. We can thern discuss our complaints policy.

 

Any further questions?

Call us on 01274 872221 or contact us directly using the contact form.