To our patients - The practice now has limited availability for routine examinations and we will be contacting patients in the order in which they were cancelled. Appointments will be limited as we are following strict guidelines to keep all patients and staff safe.

Please follow these important instructions when attending for an appointment:

Arrive at the set time of your appointment and RING reception to confirm your arrival. Attend by yourself, or if attending for a family appointment only 1 adult and 1 child will be allowed in the building at the same time. Everyone attending MUST wear a face covering. Pay by card where possible. Bring a list of any current medication.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we try to work through this pandemic. Thank You

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.