We offer a dental establishment with a difference. Our hygienist surgery is of a unique design with a quirky 1920’s theme providing a relaxing atmosphere to make your experience more enjoyable, we are always happy to hear your comments good or bad, so please fill in a comments card in the waiting room and post it through the letterbox. We have a tender loving care approach and the patient is always in control. please discuss any fears with us and we will do everything we can to help.

We aim to complement your dental care provided by your own dentist and hopefully together work towards great gum health.



Our dental hygienist Alison Craig (GDC no 5816) has been in the dental profession for over 30 years. She studied at the Royal London dental hospital gaining her dental hygiene and therapy qualifications. she has now been a hygienist for 20 years offering a wealth of experience in dental hygiene.

We would love to see you regularly but we are happy just to see you for a special occasion such as a wedding or before holidays.


Did you know you can now go straight to a dental hygienist without seeing your dentist first?

Due to new legislation It is now possible to come straight to a dental hygienist without seeing a dentist first this is called direct access.

What is Direct Access?

Until May 2013 if you wanted to make an appointment with a dental hygienist you would have to see a dentist. The general Dental Council have now removed this restriction and you can now book directly with a dental hygienist. The dental hygienist will have arrangements in place so that if you do need to see a dentist /periodontist because the treatment you need is something the dental hygienist cannot do, they can refer you. These new arrangements do not take the place of a check up from the dentist.

What do we do?

A hygienist can see you to remove staining, tartar, plaque deposits and other debris and give oral hygiene advice. In relation to gums, the hygienist can assess and advise you on the current status of any gum disease. More advanced conditions still need to be assessed by a dentist as x-rays and more extensive records are required. The hygienist will advise you if this is needed and refer you to a dentist or gum specialist (periodontist).

What Clients Say
"Went today and my teeth feel and look amazing. They're so much whiter too! Very impressed. Lovely, lovely hygienist and receptionist. Would highly recommend."