Since Mike Fuller established the practice in 1988, we've always strived to produce an environment that's not like a dental practice.

You'd never believe it to look at the outside of our little building but we're a three surgery practice, two downstairs and one upstairs with two waiting areas.

Our car park has two large disabled car parking spaces plus a dedicated space for motor cycles and pedal cycles. Access into the practice for wheelchairs and the less able is simple.

In addition, we've 15 full size parking spaces .

Our gardens are landscaped to allow visitors to sit outside on sunny days, whether in the shade on our decking or in full sun in our garden.


Little things mean a lot -

  • Air conditioned surgeries and reception area.

  • Portable hearing loop for assistance with hearing aids.

  •  If needed we can also access translation services.

  • Reading glasses - there's nothing more annoying than leaving your glasses at home! And if you enjoy a read we have a mini library of books ranging from local history to humour - and let's not forget about up to date magazines! Old, grubby magazines are unpleasant, so if you find reading matter in our waiting areas that's old, it's because it's been bought as an antique.
  • Proper, spotlessly clean, disability equipped toilets with full baby change facilities

  • Regularly disinfected childrens' toys and books
  • Nintendo GameBoys for the kids
  • Noise cancelling Bose headphones to reduce that dreaded noise.
  • In addition to our usual small x-ray machines we have panoramic x-ray facilities to take full face x-rays.

  • In house laboratory equipment to allow us to make urgent models, gumshields and splints or to re-polish dentures. The ability to cast our models in house also makes complex dentistry more accurate

© Hesslewood Lodge Dental Practice, 31st January 2018