Why choose Field House Dental Practice?

From the first consultation through to the end of the treatments, we make sure our patients are well informed about what the treatment will involve.

Are you looking to join a new dental practice in the East Sussex area? Field House Dental Practice would love to have you as a patient.

By having regular routine dental health checks with one of our highly experienced dentists, you will receive expert help and advice. Our dentists will identify any potential problems before they become harder to treat. We focus on preventing dental problems by informing you of the best way to keep your teeth healthy.   

Our dental team are respectful and will listen to any concerns you may have about your teeth and gums. We can offer you advice on which treatments could improve your dental health.

Field House Dental Practice is proud to be able to offer treatment to all of the family. Look after your whole family’s teeth under one roof.

What happens during a new patient appointment assessment?

We call our first appointment with you a Comprehensive Assessment (because that’s what it is!)

When you first come in we will ask you to fill in a couple of forms for us. Nothing too rigorous, just some important stuff about your general health and also your dental health and previous dental experience. We like to know as much about you and why you’ve come to see us as possible beforehand.

Janet or Chris will then come and meet you in our patient lounge. We’ll head to one of our treatment rooms and start with a chat about you and what has brought you to us.

Once we have listened to your concerns we will summarise them back to you just to make sure we have really got to the bottom of what it is you are concerned about, even its just that you haven’t seen a dentist for a while.

Our dentist will then carry out a thorough examination of your mouth. They will look at your teeth, gums and soft tissues to check for any warning signs.

Sometimes x-rays will be needed to get a true picture of what is happening within your mouth. We will often take photographs of your mouth to be able to explain any problems to you and talk through any future treatment.

What do we look for?

  • Tooth decay
  • Unhealthy gums
  • Excessive wear of the teeth
  • Signs of jaw joint problems
  • Problems with crowns or fillings
  • Oral cancer

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