Opening Hours: Monday to Friday - 9am to 5.30pm


Frequently Asked Questions

I have tooth ache and it is outside normal hours, where can I go for help?

If you have a problem outside normal practice hours or you're in pain, you can first try helping yourself by taking painkillers. If your problem is more urgent, you can access out-of-hours dental services Dentaline on 01634 890300 or you can call NHS 111.

Where can I find the surgery and is there parking?

We are located on London Road in Sittingbourne, Kent. Please click the "contact" tab for a map and telephone number. There is plenty of parking on adjacent side roads – Burley Road & Rock Road.

I'm worried I cannot afford my treatment

The prices of an examination are detailed on the fee guide section, please note this is a guide only and maybe subject to change - please contact the surgery for more information.

Please note that your treatment options along with costs will be discussed with you at your first appointment; you are under no obligation to continue with treatment. However the examination/new patient fee will have to be paid. We are also able to offer financing to our patients, please ask at reception for more information.

Do you have disabled access?

Unfortunately due to the layout of the building we have restricted Disabled Access. We do however have a surgery on the Ground Floor. Please contact the Reception Team if you require treatment in the Ground Floor surgery, or if you use a wheelchair. If we are unable to accommodate, we will endeavor to help you find another dentist locally.

I'm very nervous about attending the dentist, can you help me?

YES! We always will hear your concerns and will work with you to address these, and will not push you into anything you are unable to cope with. If you have any concerns, please air these with the dentist on your first appointment.

What will happen on my initial visit?

You will receive a full detailed examination of your mouth, where we check your medical history and perform an oral cancer screen. We will check your teeth for decay and gum disease. We will then discuss any of your treatment needs, treatment options and costs before proceeding with any proposed treatment.