Welcome

Welcome to Rudgwick Dental Practice

Urgent appointments

If you have a new dental problem, please contact the practice on 01403 823991.  Staff will ask you for your contact details and a brief outline of the problem. They will then call you back to discuss options on how we can help.

For some dental self help advice click here.

Please be assured that there are procedures in place to help all patients with urgent need for dental care. Even if you are shielding or self isolating please contact the practice and we can discuss the best ways to help.

 

New Patient Availability

For information on our limited NHS availability for new patients please click here.

We welcome adults to join the practice independently or consider joining one of our Dental Care Plans for an affordable monthly subscription (after initial examination).

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Dental Care Plans

We are delighted to offer Dental Care Plans – our own membership scheme, which enables us to provide you with the treatment and support necessary to control dental disease and restore your mouth to full fitness.

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Emergency Appointments

If you have a problem, such as a broken tooth or lost filling, that is not causing you any pain, please contact the practice as soon as possible during surgery hours.

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Make an appointment

We are here to serve you

We look forward to providing you with exceptional dental care. You may choose to see a specific dentist or a staff member will help you select a dentist based on your needs and practitioner availability.

How to make an appointment:
  • Select day(s) in calendar
  • Fill booking form fields
  • Submit a booking.

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM

A dentist is always available for on-call emergencies.

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