All our dental surgeries have a bright and warm surgery environment with professional staff which creates a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for dental care.
Registering with the Practice
You may telephone or come in person to make your first appointment to see the dentist on whose list you will be registered. We aim to keep all our registered clients dentally fit under a continuing care arrangement. At the first appointment we shall discuss your medical history and conduct a thorough dental examination, including X-rays where appropriate. Please attend with details of any medication and known allergies. All patients under our continuing care would receive recall cards to remind them to attend when they are due for check up.
We would advise that all our clients attend their dental appointments and arrive in good time. We reserve the right to make a surcharge for lateness or broken appointments unless we are notified at least 1 working day (24 hours) in advance.
Paying for your Treatment
After an initial examination the dentist will determine a plan of treatment will be discussed with you. An estimate of likely cost and fee payable will be discussed. There will also be an indication of the number of visits you may be required to make before treatment is completed. We would like a deposit to be paid before treatment, and part payment at subsequent visits. Full payment is required before treatment is completed. All major credit cards are accepted.
Treatment under the NHS is free if you:
Are under 18 or under 19 and in full time education;
Are pregnant or a nursing mother;
Or your partner receives income support, family credit or job seekers' allowance
Receive disability working allowance;
Have a certificate for full or partial remission from NHS charges.
The receptionist will be happy to give advice to patients with low earnings on possibilities of help towards the cost of treatment. (HCI)
We operate an emergency service for our registered patients, subject to current NHS guidelines.
Come in during our normal opening hours and you will be seen by the earliest available dentist, even if your usual dentist is not available.
After opening hours please use the emergency service at King's College Hospital (Tel: 020 73463894) at Denmark Hill (SE5).
167 Camberwell New Road, London, SE5 0TJ
Monday - Thursday 9.00am - 18.00pm ; Friday 9.00am - 17.00pm, Closed 1pm - 2pm for lunch