General & Family Dentistry
Dental care for children
With a sensible approach to tooth brushing and diet, children can maintain a set of teeth free from dental disease. Over the decades The White House Dental Practice has helped many families raise their infants to adulthood without ever requiring fillings.
Regular check-ups allow your child to feel comfortable at the dentist and interested in the health of their teeth. We believe that by helping your family with preventative care and by using the most up-to-date preventative dental techniques, you can watch your children grow up without cavities and needing fillings.
If a young person does eventually need some dental treatment, we will guide them through even quite complex treatment without any discomfort or loss of confidence.
At the appropriate stage of development crooked teeth can be straightened with modern efficient braces. Many adults who missed out on orthodontic treatment are also benefiting from the modern techniques now available. You are never too old to have your teeth straightened.
The White House Dental Practice's approach to preventative care for growing children, combined with a supportive family, helps your children to reach their teens with a close to perfect set of teeth. Our dentists and hygienists work hard with our patients to maintain daily dental routines so that they can benefit from having pain-free healthy mouths.
Facilities for Elderly and Disabled Patients
At The White House Dental Practice we offer our disabled and elderly patients easy access to facilities within the practice. Close proximity parking, ground floor surgeries, wide corridors and doors enable us to meet all of our patients' needs.
The most common dental diseases are completely preventable. At The White House Dental Practice we will help you achieve oral health by developing an individual care plan that will address any issues with your teeth, gums and general oral health.
Regular check-ups allow your dentist to ensure that your mouth remains in a stable and healthy condition. Comprehensive dental examinations can highlight the first signs of decay or gum disease before invasive treatments are required. Early detection means that often all that is required is simple adjustments to your diet and cleaning technique.
If you have a tooth that has become damaged through decay it can usually be corrected with a filling or crown. The repairs are made to fit accurately so that they are easy to maintain during your daily cleaning routine.
The entire team of Dentists, Hygienists and Assistants at The White House Dental Practice are committed to helping our patients work towards the goal of healthy teeth for life.