Why choose us as your Newbury dentist.

You are unhappy or concerned about your smile.

Here to help not judge.

You want a dentist that will listen to your concerns.

 You want time to discuss your treatment options.

Flexible 0 % financial options to spread the cost of your treatment.

 

 

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Are you nervous to replace an old dental bridge?

A Bridge maintains the shape of your face and restores your ability to properly chew and speak. Bridges are not removable and can last for 10-15 years if well looked after.

 

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20 Cheap Street, Newbury, Berks, RG14 5DD

7 Reasons to choose us as your Newbury dentist?


1. You are unhappy or concerned about your smile.

2. You want a  Newbury dentist that will listen to your concerns about your smile.

3. You want a Newbury dental practice that focuses on prevention

4. You want time to discuss your treatment options without being rushed. 

5. You want a  Newbury dentist that uses the highest quality dental material and the latest techniques. 

6.  Guaranteed No-Lecture Zone- We promise no one will lecture you or pre-judge you.

7.  Flexible 0 % financial options to spread the cost of your treatment

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Teeth Whitening Newbury

After Teeth Whitening

Say goodbye to a yellow smile!



"So pleased with the results. Simple procedure. Wish I had it done years ago!"

Ann Barlow, Newbury

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Nervous Patients Newbury

20/20 Dental Practice

Nervous about dental treatment?



Our experience in treating anxious or phobic patients means we fully understand what a big step coming to the dentist can be for many. Read More...

Cosmetic Dentistry Newbury

Smile with Confidence

Embarrassed about your smile?



Cosmetic dentistry is no longer just for the rich and famous. Our teeth send out an obvious and visible message about us. See more about cosmetic dentistry

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Children welcome on NHS!


Children are born free of dental disease, yet by adulthood 95% of the population have active gum disease and most people have experienced some tooth decay and even tooth loss.