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Our dental practice is located on Queen Street in Swindon town centre. We are a modern state of the art 8 surgery practice focusing on quality dental care and are committed to providing continuous access to NHS dental care. We opened as a new practice in September 1998 with 2 surgeries, and have since expanded to 8 surgeries due to ever increasing demand from our patients. The surgery provides the full range of NHS treatment (except sedation) to the community of Swindon. We also provide an extensive range of private, affordable cosmetic dental treatment to enhance your smile
We have been open for 13 years and have a very satisfied patient list. We have 7 dental practitioners working over 5 days per week. Our team also consists of a practice manager, head receptionist, head dental nurse and 8 full time dental nurses.
Please contact us on 01793 529 985 or come in during opening hours to book an appointment or for further information on our full range of services.
NHS Dentist in Swindon
FREE NHS DENTAL TREATMENT is provided at Ambience Dental Practice for the following categories of patients if at the start of your treatment you are:
A child under 18 years old
In full time education and under 19 years old
Pregnant or if you had a baby in the previous 12 months before treatment
Staying in an NHS hospital where your treatment is carried out by the hospital dentist
A NHS Hospital Dental Service outpatient (although your denture and bridges may have to be paid for)
You will also obtain FREE NHS DENTAL TREATMENT if when the treatment starts, you are in receipt of any one of the following awards:
Income based Jobseekers Allowance
Income related Employment and Support Allowance
Pension credit guarantee credit
A named person on a valid NHS tax credit exemption certificate
A named person on a HC2 certificate
Contributions based Jobseekers Allowance, Council Tax benefits, contribution based Employment and Support Allowance , Disability Living allowance, and Incapacity benefit does not qualify for free treatment when paid to you on their own.