SECURITY NOTICE - CCTV IS NOW IN OPERATION AT OUR PRACTICE
Patient Update
Whilst we would like to invite all of our patients back into practice, for the time being we are still prioritising appointments for those in pain and requiring urgent care. We ask that in the short term please only contact us if you feel you have a dental emergency or require advice.

If during this time you have been in touch with us, or if we had to cancel your appointment due to the practice closure then please bare with us, we haven’t forgotten about you. A member of the team will be in touch with you when it is safe for us to start rescheduling these appointments If you have any queries then please do not hesitate to contact the reception team.

We thank you again for your patience and we look forward to inviting you back into practice soon.

The practice offers a full range of NHS treatments dependant upon the patient’s needs and commitment to maintaining oral health. Patients can request services, and express a preference of dentist via the reception. The NHS prices changed in April 2006 with treatment falling into three bands. We have given an example of the new NHS fee structure under our price list page. Some treatments are not available under the NHS but your dentist will give you a fully itemised treatment plan, listing all the options available to you. Fees are due once your dental care starts. You may qualify for full or partial exemption from charges.

Who can get free NHS dental treatment?
You can get free dental treatment (including check-ups) if you:

  • are under 18
  • are under 19 and in full time education
  • are pregnant or have given birth in the last 12 months
  • are getting Income Support or income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

Also, some people on a low income, including some people getting tax credits, income-related Employment and Support Allowance or the guarantee credit part of Pension Credit can get free NHS dental treatment or treatment at a reduced cost.