Choosing the right dental practice for your oral healthcare is important and we’re confident you will find the ideal service in our excellent facilities, exceptional range of treatments and experienced, professional team.
Our Welcome Team allocates each new adult patient an initial hour-long appointment that allows the clinical team to discuss the detail of your dental health and how we can help you.
This longer appointment offers a relaxed and comprehensive introduction to the clinic and what we can offer you. We limit the number of patients we see in a day so our appointment with you is not rushed.
If you do require urgent treatment, your first appointment will necessarily deal with those immediate issues.
Using the most up-to-date equipment, materials and techniques, our team of dentists, surgeons, hygienists and technicians provides the highest standards in advice and treatment for all patients. Check out our Treatments page for more details on what we can provide.
After being welcomed within out reception area, our bright, airy and comfortable waiting room will be your first experience of the clinic, and its facilities are designed to help you relax. You can:
To learn more about your family's teeth, gums and oral hygiene, click on the button below to read our free guide.
We look forward to welcoming you to Elmsleigh House Dental Clinic.
Calls will be recorded for monitoring and training purposes.
Cold sore policy. Please note that if you have had a cold sore for less than two weeks, you will need to wait before booking an appointment and you should reschedule any appointment until after the two-week contagious period has passed. This is in accordance with our infection control procedure and best practice. Thank you for your understanding. Click to read our cold sore blog.
Sepsis signs and policy. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that can arise when the body’s abnormal immune response to an infection causes organs to start failing. At Elmsleigh House we are aware that in dental practice, sepsis can arise from a bacterial infection due to a dental condition or a treatment that has been carried out; we are also aware that sepsis may present itself without a dental cause. Read our blog on sepsis to see a list of signs and symptoms and understand the need for urgent medical treatment if sepsis is suspected. https://www.elmsleighhouse.co.uk/blog/sepsis