Whitehall Dental Practice
Cooks Cross
South Molton,
North Devon, EX36 4AW
Call us today on
01769 572672
Ask The Expert
All non-surgical and facial rejuvenation procedures are carried out personally by cosmetic dental surgeon Dr Jeremy Davies.

His unique skill set, extensive training with some of the most well respected and advanced professionals in the industry including Professor Bob Khanna, Dr Steven Hennessy, Dr Tom Van Ejik combined with our CQC accredited, prestigious clinical environment makes Dr Davies an ideal choice of the clinician for this exciting and growing field.

Consultations

Your initial consultation gives you the opportunity to discuss directly with Dr Davies your concerns and the outcome you hope to achieve from treatment. This aims to be a relaxed visit when pros and cons of any procedure can be honestly discussed and realistic expectations explained. Each person is different and so, therefore, is each treatment, tailored to an individuals needs and budget and as such expected results can be discussed and indeed if a patient will not benefit from treatment, Dr Davies will not proceed and advise you as such.

Treatments can be performed at the same time, if appropriate but the consultation is totally without obligation and free of charge so that you have all the facts before your decision is made. Full prices are also quoted beforehand so there are no surprises and medical history will be taken to be sure the treatment is safe for you.

Be assured your visit will be pleasant, informative, unhurried and should you proceed with treatment your results will be as expected.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us even if you have a brief query that can even be answered over the phone. We are here to help.

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Testimonials

Don't just take our word for it, read what our wonderful patients have to say about the service they received.

Meet Our Team

We are a dedicated team of dental professionals that provide excellence in all areas of dental care.

Dear patients and friends

We are now over 2 months into lockdown and the whole team hopes you are keeping healthy and well and managing to stay in touch with your loved ones regularly. We are still here at Whitehall Dental Practice and missing you, our lovely patients, very much.

We are still being advised by our regulatory bodies to remain closed and await further guidance on when we might be able to reopen our doors. We have been working hard over the past few weeks to ensure that the practice is as safe as it can be when we do open up again. We have been restlessly sourcing the personal protective equipment (PPE) that we feel will be needed in order to keep both you and our team safe when we resume oral health checks and dental treatment again.

Once again, we are missing seeing you every day and are looking forward to welcoming you back again very soon. The practice will need to operate slightly differently (and we may look slightly different in our PPE!) when we return, but we are the same team you have come to know at Whitehall. We will be in touch again shortly with what you can expect on your first visit back to the practice.

We will begin by prioritising patients with urgent dental problems, working through to routine, non-urgent treatments. With this in mind, we are creating a 'waiting list' and would ask any patients who are currently experiencing any dental problems to contact us by emailing info@whitehalldental.co.uk. We can then add you to this list to ensure you are seen promptly upon our return.

We are also aware that many of you have been getting in touch to say that you had been thinking about changing your smile once we re-open and we are considering remote consultations. We will of course keep you updated regarding this.

And remember, we are still here for you! If you have any concerns about your dental health, please do not suffer in silence. You can reach us easily by telephone and we'll be happy to offer any advice.

All the very best from your team at Whitehall Dental Practice.

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