Patient Information at The Parade Dental Practice

Let the team at our Ewell dental practice exceed your expectations by giving you a healthier, happier, and brighter smile.

For New and Returning Patients

Plan to arrive 10 minutes before your first appointment to complete a medical or dental form. You can also download and fill out the forms here . Rest assured, your information is kept strictly confidential.

Once your dentist is ready to see you, you’ll get to talk through your dental concerns. Your dentist will review your completed form and follow up with any questions. Afterwards, we’ll complete an examination to check the health of your teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues.

During your consultation, your dentist will discuss the next steps and treatment options before creating a plan. Patients get the opportunity to ask questions to gain a better idea of the proposed dental treatments. Our team is happy to chat and provide all the information you need so you can feel informed and confident about your decision.

Before starting treatment, the dentist will check your oral health to ensure your teeth and gums are in good condition. If there are issues with oral hygiene, other dental treatments may be performed first.

Common Dental Issues

As we grow and age, it’s natural for us to experience oral health issues over time. Here are common signs and symptoms to look out for to determine when you might need to see a dentist:

If the list above does not include your dental concern or issue, contact us for an appointment to be safe. Our team is always happy and willing to help.

Why Choose The Parade Dental Practice?

Our team in Ewell is full of energy, passion, and the technical knowledge to deliver fantastic results for our patients. Popular treatments include preventative care, general dentistry, cosmetic services, and smile makeovers. Every patient has a unique set of teeth – and our practitioners are here to design custom treatment plans for your dental health needs.

Caring for Your Bridge or Crown

It’s important to remember that even though dental crowns and bridges are permanent fixtures, they will eventually need replacing. These restorations can last up to a decade or longer with proper care.

Treat your crown or bridge like your natural teeth to prolong their longevity, including brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily. A floss threader is best for cleaning under and around artificial teeth for bridges. Our dentists or hygienists will gladly show you how to do this.

Along with good at-home care, booking regular dental visits and professional cleanings is recommended to check that your bridge or crown is in optimal condition.