14 Bridge Road, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2EP

0208 397 1688

About

Thank you for choosing our practice

At Bridge Road Dental Practice we provide high-quality treatment in a friendly environment. We are committed to continuing dental education and keeping abreast of the changes in modern dentistry. We encourage preventive techniques – helping you to understand how to maintain the health of your mouth and keep it free of tooth decay and gum disease.

We are delighted to offer the Dental Care Plan of £11.83 p/m – 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.

Our modern health-promoting approach with continuing care means:

Fewer fillings , Less dental decay , Less likelihood of toothache , More attractive teeth

More choice , Reduced costs , Keeping your own teeth for life

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Monday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturdays: By appointment only

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We will accommodate your preferences for days and times wherever we can but obviously the availability of the dentist and appointments must come first:

Adults – We try to keep early and late appointments for those who work daytime hours. Please do not ask for these unless you need to.

Children – We prefer to restrict children's visits to during the day. If you are concerned about them missing school time please arrange their appointments during the holidays.

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Failed appointments with no notice and cancelled appointments with less than 24 hours notice, will be charged at the rate of £1.00 per minute. Cancelled appointments with 24 hours notice will incur no charge.

These charges apply to all patients.

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Monday-Friday

It is practice policy to see registered patients on the same day for emergency treatment if you contact the practice before 1:00pm

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If you require emergency treatment outside surgery hours, please telephone the practice where you will hear a message detailing the specific arrangements for that day. Please note that few if any dental emergencies are serious or sudden enough to require instant treatment.