During your dental check-up, your dentist will take the time to listen to your wants, needs and any other aspects of your dental care that you wish to discuss. We at Windsor Dental in Leicester believe open communication between our dentists and our patients is key in better understanding your issues and addressing them.

Your check up includes a full examination of the face, head and neck and the jaw joint (TMJ). Once this is complete we will check your teeth and gums. Your dentist will check for any signs of gum disease, tooth decay and your overall general dental health. This is then followed by taking x-rays (if we deem clinically necessary). X-rays are a diagnostic tool, that enables us to assess any problems occurring between your teeth, below fillings and spot any signs of gum disease early. If your dentist identifies any issues they will take their time to discuss all your possible treatment options.

At Windsor Dental, we believe that prevention is better than cure. During your check-up we will advise and educate you on the best way to look after your teeth to ensure problems, hopefully, never occur.



We recommend you visit us every 6 months for a dental check up and hygiene appointment, as this will often ensure that any issues that are occurring are dealt with before they get worse.

We recommend seeing the hygienist every 6 months to ensure optimum gum health. During your appointment, our hygienist will not only clean your teeth, she will also go through the best methods in which to keep your teeth clean to minimise your chances of getting gum disease.

Gum Disease occurs as a result of a build-up of plaque/tartar on the surface of the tooth. This plaque can irritate your gums and as a result, can damage them.

This build-up is often a result of inadequate cleaning. If teeth are not cleaned at least 2x a day your gums can become inflamed, bleed and painful to the touch. If you do not address these early signs you can be left with severe gum recession, tooth mobility and highly sensitive teeth.

Tooth decay occurs as a result of a diet high in sugars. By reducing the amount/ frequency of the amount of sugar you consume you will inevitably reduce the likelihood of tooth decay occurring.

Brushing with fluoride-containing toothpaste will also help as this will help to improve the microstructure of the enamel in your tooth, thus making it more resistant to decay.



from Ā£55


Full examination of the face, head and neck and the jaw joint
Check for any signs of gum disease, tooth decay
General dental health check

We believe in providing high quality and ethical dentistry to our patients, whilst providing bespoke treatments to cater for all their needs.


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