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New Patients

We are accepting new NHS and Private Patients. See below for details.

New Private Patients

Our practice is opening additional sessions to accept new private patients. A new patient assessment starts from £70. A deposit is required to book appointments on a private basis. 


If you wish to join our practice as a private patient - please call reception for the relevant practice (see below). You will be connected to a member of our team to take your deposit and book your appointment.

Normanton site:     01924 895 864

Featherstone site:   01977 791 754

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NHS - Under 18years old

We have capacity to see new NHS patients under 18 years old. Please send an e-mail to;

Subject: "New Child Appointment"

In your e-mail please give the name and DOB of the child and a contact mobile telephone number so our team can contact you for an appointment.

NHS - Adults

Although we have capacity in our clinical diary to see new NHS patients, demand for NHS Dentistry is very high. Our NHS Waiting List is currently very long and you may be waiting several years for an appointment.


If you wish to join the waiting list: please send an e-mail to;  


In your e-mail please give your name and date of birth and a contact mobile telephone number so our team can contact you for an appointment once your name reaches the top of the list. Appointments will be offered in chronological order according to when your name joins the waiting list.   If you wish to be seen sooner we have additional capacity to see patients on a private basis. You can attend on a private basis whilst waiting for an NHS appointment, please call our reception to book an appointment -  a deposit will be required when the appointment is booked (see above re new private patients).

Please note our waiting list is not managed by our reception team and they will be unable to assist with waiting list enquiries.

If you are not a current patient of the practice and need urgent dental care please call 111 for urgent dental treatment. If you feel you are experiencing life-threatening emergency or serious injury please call 999 or attend A&E immediately.

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