Why go private with St. Pauls?
There are many advantages to opting for private dental care with St. Pauls. You will benefit from a more prompt and personal service and a fuller range of treatments….
More time and attention
St. Pauls are able to manage patient numbers so we can spend more time with you. You have the freedom to talk to us about what you’re looking for, and we have the capacity to listen, advise and treat you more attentively.
With private care at St Pauls, you are able to see us faster and at a time to suit you. We offer convenient evening and weekend appointments and a same day emergency service wherever possible. You won’t be left waiting around for treatment: we are always here for you. We will send you helpful text or email reminders about your appointments, too – so you won’t miss them in your busy schedule. If you are house bound or in a care home, we can come to you.
A wider range of treatments
St. Pauls are at the forefront of treatments like dental implants and dental cosmetics. As a private patient you will have more options to suit your needs and wishes – and you will benefit from the latest technology and specialist dental materials, too. We have our own dental prosthetics lab on site, which means denture repairs can be completed on the same day and we are also able to tackle complex denture and aesthetic issues ‘in house’. You can also be sure of the highest standards of hygiene, as we have a centralised sterilisation suite.
With higher quality service and attention available at affordable prices, and a range of flexible payment options to make the benefits of private care even more accessible, we believe that private care at St. Pauls offers you great patient care, great value and complete peace of mind.
same day emergency service
It is not always possible to be seen by the same dentist within 24 hours. The practice policy is that if somebody has pain or swelling a dentist will see them within 24 hours, however some dentists are part time, so it may be the case another dentist in the practice sees the patient in an emergency.