Private Dental Appointments

Comprehensive dental check-ups with our friendly and highly experienced dentists from only £25 including dental x-rays (normally £65). 

Private Dental Appointments

Comprehensive dental check-ups with our friendly and highly experienced dentists from only £25 including dental x-rays (normally £65)

Private Dental Check-ups in Wandsworth and Fulham

MyHealthcare Clinic Wandsworth and Fulham dental clinics offer some of the best dental care and state of the art facilities in London. We offer general and cosmetic dentistry at both of our clinics, with private dental check-ups starting from only £25 for new patients (including x-ray when clincially requried).

We use the latest computer imaging to help provide you with the best treatment possible, from decay detection cameras, 3D (iTero) Scans and CT scanning.

Our team of  highly experienced dentist are here to help make sure you receive the expert attention, advice and treatment you deserve for both routine and complex dental needs.

Dental Services

  • General Dentistry
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Invisalign braces
  • Hygiene and Cleaning
  • Teeth Whitening

Fee Guide

Offer: New Patient Dental Check-up (x-rays included if clinically advised)

  £25

Offer: New Patient Routine Dental Check-up + Hygiene 

£55

Routine Dental Check-up (x-rays included if clinically advised)

£65

Classic Clean Hygiene treatment

£65

Dental procedures (e.g. extractions, fillings, crowns, bridges, root canal)

See our fee guide for full list of dental services and prices

Dental Check-up

  • New patient offer only £25 (normally £65)
  • Expert, ethical and trustworthy team
  • Highly competitive prices
  • State of the art dental suites
  • Membership plans
  • Specialists on site for complex dentistry

Terms and conditions apply: The £25 new patient offer is only available once on first appointments for new patients. Subsequent appointments are chargeable at £65 unless covered under a membership plan. Additional treatments are chargeable unless outlined in the appointment information. Emergency appointments do not include dental x-rays as standard. X-rays are for diagnostic purposes only, if you require to take the offside, this may be chargeable. Appointments require payment in advance to secure the booking unless the appointment is covered under a membership plan. 24-hour cancellation policy applies, if you are unable to provide us with 24hours notice, you may be asked to pay a £25 late cancellation fee or pay in full. 

Why Choose Us?

Expertise

Expert clinicians using the very latest technology in state of the art clinics

Personalised

Providing personalised proactive care patients deserve

Convenience

Open 7 days a week with early, late and same day appointments

Membership

Unrivalled inclusive membership plans at affordable prices

Payment Options 

PAY-AS-YOU-GO

Our full range of dental treatments are available on a pay-as-you-go basis at extremely competitive prices in the market.  See our fee guide for further details.

MEMBERSHIP

The Myhealthcare Dentist plan (only £20 per month) gives you complete reassurance through the year with 2 dental check ups, 2 hygiene appointments, emergency appointments, 20% off general dental treatments and x-ray and CT imaging included.

Alternatively, why not consider joining our Complete or Premium Membership plans (starting from £40 per month) which combine our dental and GP care with a range of other services giving you complete piece of mind.

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How often should I see my dentist?

We recommend you visit your dentist every 6 months to ensure we are monitoring your oral and dental health. A full assessment will take around 30 minutes and allow the dentist to track any progress with dental health issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. Regular check ups can help prevent decay and tooth loss. 

What is tooth decay?

Tooth decay is the softening of your tooth enamel, this can be caused by acids which bacteria produce when breaking down sugar in your mouth. Softening of your enamel can damaged the structure of your tooth. Tooth decay if left untreated an cause a cavity (a hole in your tooth) which will continue to grow and will require treatment depending on the severity. Treatment for a cavity may include a filling, root canal or an extraction if the damage to the structure of the tooth is severe.

How to prevent tooth decay?

We recommend you maintain a good oral hygiene routine, brushing with a floride containing tooth paste at least twice a day to remove any food debris which can cause decay. In addition to regular 6 monthly check ups with the dentist to assess your dental and oral health.  

You can find out more about preventing tooth decay your dental check up in MyHealthcare Clinic Fulham or Wandsworth

What is gum disease?

Gum Disease or periodontal disease is a condition where the gums become, red, swollen, sore or infected. Periodontal disease is caused by bacterial growth in your mouth which cause plaque and decay, this can result in tissue damang and tooth loss if not properly treated.If you are suspect you may have gum disease, please book to see a dentist at your earliest convience.

How do you treat gum disease?

Gum disease is treated in a number of ways, depending on the severity of the case. If you are suffering with gum disease your dentist may recommend you have a hygeinist appointments to help to remove plaque. Some case may require root planing may be required, which helps to clean deep into the root of your tooth under the gums to get rid of bacteria. You may be offered local anaesthetic to numb you for these types of proceedures. For more severe cases of gum disease, you may require preiodontal surgery or it may be necessary to remove the tooth. 

To avoid gum disease and periodontal treatment we recommend you maintain good oral hygiene and have a dental check up every 6 months to assess your dental and oral health.

How do I know if I need a root canal?

Signs of infection severe enough to require a root canal include: 

  • Serious pain in your tooth when eating or when pressure is applied.
  • Tenderness or swelling in the gums
  • Darkening of the tooth 
  • Pain and sensitivity to hot or cold food and drink.
  • A Bump on the gums close to the area of pain.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms we recommend you seek the advice of a dentist.