Dentist in Harrow, North West London

Harrow Weald Dental Practice
359 High Road, Harrow Weald, Middlesex HA3 5EQ
0208 427 8120

Harrow Weald Dental Practice

Harrow Weald Dental Practice is a MULTI AWARD WINNING DENTAL PRACTICE which has treated over 15 000 patients. It has been established for nearly 15 years in Harrow Middlesex.

The surgery prides itself on its friendly and welcoming staff and highly experienced dentists, all UK qualified and registered with the GDC.

We are proud to have been awarded the title of Best Dental Team in London at the prestigious national Dentistry Awards 2011 and followed this with the Best Clinic Team at the televised My Face My Body Awards 2012. These awards have been the culmination of hard work from all our dentists supported by, in our opinion, the best dental nurses and receptionists around. There have been numerous individual awards and achievements including finalist for Best dentist in London (under 35 years of age).

We're a family-friendly practice, able to perform all kinds of dental surgery, with both kids and adults more than welcome. Parking is available in adjacent streets, and is free of charge.

In the last few years we have always scored highly in independent surveys of our patients carried out by our PCT. This includes on occasion achieving 100% in patient treatment satisfaction rates and also 100% of patients saying they were given a quick convenient appointment.

We've also undergone a recent refurbishment of the surgery, allowing you access to the latest techniques and equipment and have visiting local specialist dentists.

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Please call 0208 427 8120 or e-mail us if you have an emergency or need to discuss an appointment.

We are currently unable to provide any face to face dental treatment, however we are available to give clinical advice for urgent problems over the phone between the hours of 9am – 5pm (1-2pm is lunch).

Please provide us your name, telephone number and a brief description of the problem and we will call you back between these hours. Outside of these hours you are able to call the 111 service where you will also be triaged, please note 111 are inundated with calls, and therefore we advise to first try analgesia and where necessary antibiotics which are prescribed by your own dentist.

Multi Award Winning