Our commitment to your care does not stop as soon as you leave the practice. We pride ourselves on being there for our patients, whenever you need us.

This section provides you with frequently asked questions (FAQs), such as how to become an NHS Patient, and useful aftercare advice for some of the more frequently performed procedures at our practice. These are not here to replace that crucial face-to-face contact that we want with all of our patients. They are here to reinforce what we discussed with you during your appointment.

If what you are looking for is not here, then please do contact the practice and we will happily help.

Absolutely! We are welcoming new NHS patients.

Yes we do. It’s a great way to transform your smile. Call for more info or ask us at your next appointment.

Our last appointment for the day is 5pm but they do get taken quickly so please book ahead.

We understand how some people find coming to the dentist an anxious experience but we do our best to put you at ease. We have lots of ways we can use to make your visit more relaxing so please let us know if you are nervous.

Definitely! She’s around 3 days a week so please contact us to book an appointment with her.

During our opening times, gives us a call first thing and we will see you as quickly as possible. When we are closed please call NHS 24 on 111.

Of course, we want to help keep your teeth!

There is a car park right opposite the practice that is free of charge.

We are. A lot of our patients are families with small children and so we follow the Childsmile programme.

Please let us know as soon as possible so we can open up your appointment to someone else. We require a minimum of 24 hours notice otherwise you may be eligible for a charge.

The price depends on your personal status. Please see here for more information or contact reception for a chat.

Most people pay for their dental treatment on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. Dental treatment must be paid for in full before the final visit.

You can find out more on patient information and post operative care on the Dental Health website link - Click here.