The health, well being and safety of our patients, their families and our staff is our priority.
The practice is now open to provide basic dental care that does not produce aerosols. This includes provisional fillings (a good temporary), crown re cements, extractions, dentures and denture repairs.
We are awaiting supplies of PPH from NHS England and fit testing of face masks. We will then be able to provide more comprehensive dental treatment.
Should you have a appointment booked for routine care we will contact you if it has to be changed.
For patients booked in for routine or urgent dental care please take a look at our COVID page before attending.
Thank you for your understanding.
Taylor's Dental Practice is a friendly long established family practice and was set up by Arthur Clarence Taylor in 1923, followed by his two sons Philip and Cyril, and then by two grandsons, Nicholas and John. John Taylor's sister Mary and brother in law were both dentists in Sheffield.
Nicholas Taylor is now the principal and is assisted by his associates Sumit Chauhan and Roshni Patel.
New patients will be accepted on the NHS with Roshni when NHS funding is available, or can be seen privately. Please phone for a quote.
Students will be given a 10 %
discount if seen privately. We are happy to accept the children of new
private patients on the NHS when funds are available. We also accept new patients under our Privilege Plan.
We have dental therapist and hygienist Anuradha Sridhar. She is able to help improve stained and discolored teeth through cleaning and tooth whitening. She can provide regular cleaning and oral hygiene instruction to help you keep your teeth for life. Up to 80% of the population will probably get some periodontal disease, and 15-20% of people will lose a significant number of teeth if they do not receive treatment.
Anu is fully qualified to provide gentle and clinically trialed tooth whitening to improve your smile.
Our practice philosophy is to:
Our practice was last inspected by the Care Quality Commission in February 2013.
- look after anxious patients
- not rush you
- explain your treatment
- offer transparent fee structure and written treatment plans
- use quality materials
- provide treatment that's always in your best interests
- provide dental care that lasts
Site managed and updated by Nicholas Taylor on 18th of July 2020