We are a different type of dental practice to what people normally find. Our difference stems from our philosophy about dentistry; we like to call it Altruistic Dentistry.
Dentistry can be very reactive; the dentist waits for a problem and then acts. This cannot be the right way for two reasons:
Our aim is to assess each of our clients as an individual and then put a plan in place that so they can attain (or maintain) a trouble free, low maintenance mouth. If a problem is detected we look at why it has occurred, resolve the problem and put in measures to eliminate the risk factors so that there is less chance of recurrence.
Our clients need less and less dentistry over time, spend less money on their teeth and gain more confidence in their smile. We've been doing this for years now and we know this is the best way to care for our clients.
As part of this philosophy we offer a membership scheme that encourages maintenance of your dental health so you have the peace of mind that essential regular preventive care is budgeted for.
No. We recommend that every patient join the Membership Plan as soon as possible. Unlike other dental plans the state of your mouth is not assessed for past disease or any outstanding treatment beforehand.
Like much of what we do our membership plan is bespoke to you. We do not try and pigeon hole you into one regime.
Following your initial consultation with one of our dentists we will establish how much support you will require to keep moving your mouth towards health. We will then work out the cost of this support, apply your 10% saving and arrange for it to be paid monthly.
On your annual visit we will be able to see how much healthier your mouth is getting and reduce the support you need as well as the monthly membership fee’s you pay.
Our typical membership fee is £11.55/month.
Simply ask for a form at reception and take a few minutes to fill it in. You will need to sign it and complete your bank account details on the Direct Debit mandate.
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Spires Dental Clinic is a private dental practice situated in the heart of Lichfield, Staffordshire offering high quality dentistry with an emphasis on patient care and preventative dentistry. We service patients looking for a private dental surgery in around the surrounding areas including but not limited to Netherstowe, Whittington, Burntwood, Fisherwick, Cannock, Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, Rugeley, Ashby de la Zouch, Coalville and Birmingham.
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