Appointments

Appointments may be made personally or by telephone. If you wish to see a particular dentist, please tell the receptionist when you book.

Please try to let us know in good time if you have to cancel. We always try to see you punctually, but inevitably delays can occur, if we deal with emergencies, or if someone's treatment takes longer than anticipated, so please be patient if you are kept waiting.

Should you need emergency treatment yourself, telephone or call in at once, and the reception staff will arrange for you to be seen as soon as possible. If you are not in pain, please make a routine appointment.

If you are in pain outside surgery hours, please telephone our 24-hour answering service, which will put you in touch with our emergency arrangements.

Once you are on our files, you will be sent a recall reminder every six months, by post, SMS text, or email, whichever you prefer.

Our Commitment

We are totally committed to providing the highest possible standards of modern dental treatment for everyone.

We hope your visit to us will be a positive and pleasant experience, and that you will want to help us to maintain the continuity of your care, by attending regularly for many years to come.

If you have any questions or comments on the services we provide, we would be delighted to hear from you.

If you have any complaints about any aspect of our service, we are committed to resolving these rapidly and amicably. Our Complaints procedure is explained in our printed Practice Information Leaflet, and our Complaints Policy, both available at Reception.

 

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Cosmetic Dentistry

We offer:-

  • Implants
  • Veneers
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Teeth Whitening
  • Botox
  • Invisible braces for adults
 

Gum Disease

It is easy not to notice gum disease until it has progressed to a stage where it is difficult to treat as there is often no pain and the symptoms can be missed.

For this reason we monitor your gum health at every check-up, so that we can deal with any problems early.

 

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is caused by the bacteria in plaque digesting the sugar in your diet and converting this to acid.

This then dissolves the tooth and forms a cavity which protects the bacteria and then decay quickly progresses.

We check for decay at every check-up.