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NHS and Private Patient Service
We offer dental care to NHS Patients from our dental practices in:
Exeter, Exminster, Honiton, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, Sidmouth, Ivybridge.
Teignmouth :: 0844 387 9900
Exeter :: 0844 387 9901
Exminster :: 0844 387 9901
Newton Abbot :: 0844 387 9902
Home Care :: 0844 387 9902
Honiton :: 0844 387 9903
Sidmouth :: 0844 387 9903
Ivybridge :: 0844 387 9904
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We currently have no online booking facilities available and we are unable to book appointments via email. Please contact your practice to book an appointment on the telephone numbers listed above.
BDA Good Practice has been achieved by the Den Crescent Dental Practice, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, Ivybridge and Sidmouth.
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Home Care Service
We reach people who cannot reach us, see map below for the area we cover.
The service provided by Den Dental Home Care Division is an NHS service therefore NHS fees apply.
We cover these areas:
Our Home Care Division staff can be seen here.
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Homeopathic Dental Care from DentHom
I assist both dental practitioners and their patients in therapeutic treatment planning on a successful pathway to oral health. I combine classical and complex homeopathic medicines with nutritional supplementation, together with state of the art technology Electrodermal Screening techniques to provide an individualised prescription – a unique integrated approach to dental healthcare.
We visit primary schools, pre-schools and children centres throughout Devon educating children and their teachers in oral health education. We make it as fun as possible to make them understand the importance of good toothbrushing skills, a healthy diet and limiting the amount of times sugar that is consumed in a day.
The Important Advice
Twice daily brushing
Brush last thing at night and another time in the day
Spit out after brushing and do not rinse with water
The frequency and amount of sugary foods and drinks should be reduced and when consumed limited to meal times.
Sugar should not be consumed more than 4 times per day