Online Dental Consultation:

Receive Personalised Advice from a Dentist

Our online dental consultations let you get the answers you need from a professional and experienced dentist, without having to attend a physical appointment.

If you have a dental issue you’d like advice about, or you’d like to know whether or not a treatment is right for you, our online dental consultations can give you the answers you need.

We know life can make keeping appointments difficult, so we’ve made it as easy as possible for you to get the dental advice you need. Receive personalised feedback over the phone or by email.

How Can We Help?

Our dentists can offer feedback on a range of dental queries, from dental issues to cosmetic dentistry enquiries. Whether you’re worried about a particular issue, or you’re considering ways to improve your smile, our dentists can review pictures of your teeth and offer personalised advice.

Why Book an Online Dental Consultation?

Our online consultations can help you gain a clearer idea of what your dental issue is, and which treatments may be right for you. Here are some of the reasons you should consider booking an online consultation:

Quick and Easy Process

Booking an online dental consultation is a fast process that can take as little as a few minutes. All you need to do is complete the below form and submit a few photos of your teeth. Our dentists will use these to analyse your case and give you the information and advice you need.

Feedback from Qualified Dentists

Once you’ve submitted your form and photos, you’ll hear back from one of our fully qualified and experienced dentists. They can offer professional and personalised advice to help you better understand your dental health and potential treatment options. Any advice or quotes given should not be considered as definite and are subject to an in-house dental examination or follow up consultation.

Dental Advice from the Convenience of Your Home

Our online dental consultations give you the chance to ask a dentist your questions, or raise your dental health concerns, without having to spend time booking and attending an appointment.

The Online Dental Consultation Process

Booking an online dental consultation is a simple process that doesn’t have to take more than a few minutes. Here’s what you need to do and what you can expect from the feedback.

Step One: Take Photos of Your teeth

With photos of your teeth and closeups of the area in question, our dentists can offer more accurate advice. We’ll need at least two pictures from you, but ideally three from the following angles:

  • Front, closeup view of your smile
  • Side view of your smile
  • Closeup of the area of concern

If you can send us clear pictures from these angles, it will help us offer you high-quality, personalised information.

Step Two: Complete the Online Form

You’ll find the online dental consultation form below — this gives you the chance to explain your issue or questions. The more detail you can provide, the easier it is for us to give you the best advice.

Step Three: Receive a Response from a Dentist

Once our dentists have reviewed your form and pictures, they’ll get back to you, either by phone or email to offer advice, answer your questions and suggest any necessary treatments.

Get the dental advice you need by filling out the form below and attaching pictures of your smile. The sooner you get in touch, the sooner our dentists can get back to you with personalised and professional advice.

Online Dental Consultation Form

Simply complete the below form and attach a minimum of 3 clear photos as specified. Our Tooth Doctor Dentists will be in touch with feedback, advice and options for you.

*To receive an online consultation, you must be a UK resident

    Your Personal Details:

    Supporting Comments / Questions:

    Image 1: Front View Smile / Close Up
    Image 2: Side View / Natural Smile
    Image 3: Close up Area of Concern

    By submitting the above information, I understand that any advice or feedback received from Tooth Doctor, is subject to a further clinic-based consultation.