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Updated by Dentalia on Dec 03, 2019
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How to Choose a Dentist in Basingstoke

When relocating to a new area, it can be difficult moving your whole life across. When looking for a local dentist in Basingstoke, there can be lots to consider. Finding a local dental clinic who offers the treatments you need, within budget and caters to children too can be done.

See below for our guide to choose a local dental clinic in Basingstoke:

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Dentist in Basingstoke

Dentist in Basingstoke
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Local Reviews

Asking people you trust for recommendations for a dentist in Basingstoke can provide you with honest, reliable reviews. If you are still yet to meet people in your new hometown, look online. Although some online reviews may be over or under exaggerated, check out the general tone of the reviews. This should give you an idea on where to avoid and where to research into more.

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Treatment Options

When you have shortlisted a couple of local Basingstoke dental clinics, browse their services. Look at what dental treatments and additional extras they offer, to see if it matches what you need. For example, do they offer more than general dentistry? Some dentists may also offer in-house teeth whitening, tooth restorations and orthodontic treatments.

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Price List

Request their price list to see if it meets your budget requirements. This can also guide you on what NHS treatments they offer, if this applies to you. This is a quick way to short list suitable dental clinics.

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Opening Times

Finding a dentist in Basingstoke that is convenient for you to attend is important. Find out what opening times they have, and if appointments are available early morning, late evening or weekends. Also look to see if they offer emergency dental appointments too, incase you ever need it.

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Visit a Dentist in Basingstoke

Once you have narrowed your choices down to 1 or 2 dentists in Basingstoke, visit the practice. Get a feel for the type of environment they provide their patients and how welcoming their staff are. If you have time, tell them you are considering switching dentists and ask anything you need to know.

They may also offer new patient appointments, so a dentist can sit with you to assess your current oral health. This includes checking your teeth, gums, tongue, jaw and cheeks. It is also their time to ask about your family and address any concerns you have.

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Finding a Local Dental Clinic

When searching for a new dentist to register with in Basingstoke, find someone with a welcoming team and first class care. At Dentalia, we offer this and more with a range of dentistry, cosmetic and orthodontic treatments available. We welcome all new patients with open arms and are here to answer any questions you have before registering.

To find out more, visit our website or call our friendly team on 01256 353033.