One thing that all of us like in our lives is a sense of continuity. It’s lovely to know that the same newsagent is going to be there for years, with the same shopkeeper, etc to set up a friendly rapport with. This, however, becomes even more important to us when seeing a doctor and dentist, who we can be relaxed and open around, as well as building a medical history with.
When it comes to choosing a dentist in central London, it is always important to lay down a set of priorities beforehand.
Distance is one of those priorities, especially if you have a young family, because children’s teeth can be demanding and need constant monitoring- especially if they are going through the ‘braces’ period. Then it comes down to the choice of dentist, which should also be broken down into several factors. Firstly you could ask friends or family about their dentist and then go and pay a visit to see for yourself and chat with the dentist. Ask about insurance plans they have and then get a tour around the surgery to get a feel about the place, and have a look at the equipment they have- is it modern, can it cater for your treatments?
All of this may sound a little fussy, but remember, you are the one that is going to be paying for your treatments, so you deserve to get the very best on offer.