NHS Dentist / Private Dental Care in Tadley, Hampshire

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  • If you have missing teeth the spaces can be filled with bridges.
  • If you have old or stained fillings that are visible when you smile, we can make them almost invisible.
  • Do your gums bleed when brushing? Do you get a bad taste in your mouth or around some teeth? Do your gums look red and swollen? Modern periodontal treatment will ensure trouble-free healthy gums.
  • Do your teeth keep breaking? We can strengthen them with crowns.
  • Do you have a denture, which looks or feels false? We can, in the majority of cases, produce natural looking cosmetic dentures.
  • Large old silver fillings often become unsightly. We can replace them with tooth-coloured restorations.
  • If you worry about mouth cancer, we can reassure you with a thorough examination.

Patient Satisfaction Survey August 2019

We would like to say a big thank you to all our patients who took part in the recent Satisfaction Survey. Thank you for taking the time to answer the questions. We greatly value your suggestions and feedback as we continually strive to maintain and improve further our level of care and service to you.

We were delighted that once again 100% of all patients surveyed are happy to recommend us as a practice to their friends and family.

Here are a few of the comments you gave:

I feel that I have been very well looked after over the years and have complete confidence in the practice

I like the dental surgery with the lay out, etc. The whole set up looks modern and fresh.

All round excellent service and preventative care and attention.

Best dentist I have ever seen, kind, informative, great with me and my young children. Thank you for being wonderful!

Love the improvements in the practice.


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If you wish to comment on our service, please contact Rosa Diaz, Practice Manager at Tadley Dental Care, New Church Road, Tadley, Hampshire. RG26 4HN. Or call 0118 981 3849.

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New Church Road
RG26 4HN
Tel : 0118 981 3849
Fax : 0118 981 05 63
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What happens if I miss my appointment?

Private patients that miss an appointment may be charge a fee.

NHS patients that miss or cancel short notice twice will not be offered any more NHS appointments.

What happens if I don't pay my bill?

We expect prompt payment of your bill. If this is not the case, we may not offer you further appointments until the bill is settled

How can I pay for my treatment?

We accept payments by cash, cheque and credit card.

NHS costs must be paid, in advance of any treatment.

Private costs can be spread over the course of treatment.

If you prefer you can budget for your private dental care via Denplan. Please see the Denplan page in this website for more information or call us on 0118 981 3849.

What are my rights and responsibilities?

You are entitled to:

A thorough examination of your mouth, teeth and gums.

A full explanation of your treatment options; a written treatment plan including the costs.

Advice on how to keep your gums and teeth healthy.

Information about this practice and the services available.

A care and treatment summary if you decide to transfer to another dentist.

Make a complaint if you are not happy with your treatment and care.

Be treated with courtesy and respect.

You are responsible for:

Giving at least 48 hours' notice if you have to cancel or change an appointment.

Following your dentist's advice to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

Paying your bill promptly.

To show proof if you are exempt from paying NHS treatment.

Treating our staff with courtesy and respect.

We may refuse to see patients who are violent, fail to pay their bills or refuse to cooperate during treatment.

How often should I see the dentist for a routine check-up?

Visiting your dentist is important. The interval between check-ups will depend on how healthy your mouth, teeth and gums are at different times of your life.

Regular check-ups are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums as theyhelp finding problems early.

NHS patients that have not visited their dentist for 2 years or more, may lose their NHS space.