If you’re looking for a family dentist in Glasgow that puts your family at the heart of its treatments look no further than Tiwari Watson Dental Care. We put your and your family first with a range of services and schemes that ensure you receive the very best from your dentist in Glasgow.
Preventive services for your children
We believe in preventive oral health care for everyone and this means ensuring good health routine become habitual from early years. For this reason, we joined up with the city’s innovative Child Smile Scheme in Glasgow. Your child can avoid tooth decay with a good brushing technique and a healthy diet. By attending regular check-ups we can ensure your child is set out on the right path from day one.
Services for all ages
As your child grows into teen years they may need braces, which for teenagers is the absolute antithesis of a good time. However, with a range of clear, removable braces or almost invisible braces that fix to the back of your teeth, there’s no reason for your teen to try to avoid braces treatment from their dentist in Glasgow. With our care and sympathetic solutions, your teenager can face the all their new challenges with confidence and ease.
Of course, we’re here for you as well
As your dentist in Glasgow, you can guarantee we ensure you’re looked after as well. If you or your family have to have any costly treatments, it doesn’t have to hit your wallet hard. We can help you budget by offering a range of financial plans to spread the cost or 0% Patient Finance. We know you should never have to compromise on the best oral health care we can offer, so you don’t have to with our financial services.
At Tiwari Watson Dental Service, our patients are at the heart of our services. Raashi Tiwari and Joseph Watson took over the surgery in 2015 with the aim that patients of all ages received the very best care from their dentist in Glasgow. This is why we provide the latest in innovations and patient-centric health care schemes. Why not put them to the test and find out for yourself?