Actually, we don’t want keep seeing at this dentist in Victoria

That’s right. At Hermes London Dental Clinic, we don’t want you to shell out for expensive remedial work caused by bad oral hygiene and decay when you could be using your money to buy far more enjoyable things. And you know what? If you do take good care of your teeth, you don’t have to come here.

Dentistry is one of the best things about living in a modern technology-led society. It’s hard to believe how bad people’s teeth were even just a few decades ago. But even with so many ways to avoid troublesome teeth, most of would rather invest in other kinds of technology, like a new phone. But please don’t let your love of gadgetry come before coming to your dentist in Victoria for check-ups to keep your teeth in good working order.

Dentist in VictoriaRoutine check-ups cost £48.00. Avoiding them in order to save money now, can lead to much higher costs to solve complex issues that a check-up could have caught before it was a problem. Take root canal therapy, for example. This is what you may need to have to save your tooth if decay has led to infection. Costs for this treatment start from £295.00 (or about three years of check-ups). If you have to have a decayed tooth removed, replacing it with a dental implant will set you back at least £2250.00 (over a decade of check-ups).

So, for those of you who have better things to do with your money, remember that the best way to avoid coming to the dentist in Victoria, is to go to the dentist in Victoria!

Yes, it does require some discipline to book and turn up for twice-yearly check-ups, but doing so will help you stop problems escalating into crises. We can spot problems long before you feel something is wrong in your mouth. You may need a small filling, which will be much cheaper than remedial work further down the line.

You will need to practise good oral health care, brushing your teeth in the morning and before bed. You also need to floss, and you can even use a mouthwash. These three actions reduce plaque, which can lead to tooth decay and gum disease.