We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of dental services from general dental treatment to most complex smile design and surgical treatments.
This comes from a genuine sense of deep caring for our patients, combined with a passion for dentistry and cosmetics that drives us to achieve ever greater levels of excellence and perfection.
When you become a patient at Apex Dental Care, we will typically ask you to attend an oral examination twice a year. These vital appointments are more than just ‘check-ups’ in the traditional sense of the word. We believe that by focusing on prevention and being proactive, we can identify problems at the earliest stages or even stop them occurring altogether.
Treatment plans involving dental implants are unique for each individual and accordingly the timing, cost and delivery of care will be customized to suit. Each of the people providing your care will have their own preferences for the way that a particular course of treatment is delivered
A beautiful smile is one of the very first things that someone notices about you. It not only makes a lasting first impression, but it can be a powerful social, professional, and personal asset. If you are self conscious about your smile in any way, others pick up on it. Whether this occurs consciously or subconsciously, it can have a negative impact on the way you are portrayed to others. We can help you achieve the smile of your dreams! We believe that everyone deserves to feel the self confidence that exudes from a beautiful smile.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulates all health and adult social care services in England, including those provided by the NHS, local authorities, private companies and voluntary organisations.
The CQC makes sure that essential standards of quality and safety are being met where healthcare is provided, from hospitals to private care homes. In some cases patients and their carers work alongside inspectors to provide a user’s view of services. The CQC also carries out periodic and special reviews in order to improve health and social care in the UK.