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FAQs

Choosing a new dentist can be a daunting proposition. You want a practice that is conveniently located, provides good availability of appointments, offers a comprehensive range of treatments at great value and most importantly, whose team is friendly, gentle and welcoming. Welcome to Coventry Road Dental Care.

Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we are asked but if you would like to chat with us, please just call.

  • Yes, it’s common for patients – particularly those who are anxious about visiting the dentist– to come for a look around to get a feel for our practice and team before they commit to joining. We’d be delighted to welcome you and show you around. Just call or email us on 02476 312256 or reception@deoldental.co.uk

  • To guarantee an appointment, it’s really best for you to make one in advance by calling us or emailing us. If it’s an emergency, however, we will try to find a slot (we keep slots every day for this purpose) so you can see us as soon as possible.

  • Yes, we are a dedicated NHS practice and would welcome your patronage as an NHS patient. We provide a wide range of both NHS and private dental treatments so you can choose what is best for you on a case-by-case basis. All you need to do is call us on 02476 312256 or email us at reception@deoldental.co.uk we can guide you through the options and make an appointment for you.

  • Coventry Road Dental Care is open 8.00am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday and 8.00am – 1pm on Saturdays. In addition to convenient opening hours, our nine dental surgeries means we can accommodate you after work or your children after school. Call us to make an appointment that fits in with your busy schedule.

  • Yes, we offer patients a full range of treatments from preventive dentistry to help you maintain healthy teeth and gums, to cosmetic dentistry to enhance your smile. Patients can access dental treatments on the NHS or privately.

  • NHS dentistry offers great value for money and provides for most of your routine dental needs. All our NHS patients receive a very high level of dental care and are very happy with the service they receive. Private patients enjoy a wider choice of treatments and materials. NHS patients are offered the option to access private care should they wish, on a treatment-by-treatment basis.

  • Regular dental examinations enable us to keep a close eye on your teeth and gums and spot potential problems early – such as gum disease – in order to save you time and expense. By visiting the dentist as regularly as recommended and maintaining a healthy oral hygiene regime at home, together we can prevent the onset of costly and painful dental disease.

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