Spirit of Excellence Dental Practice - Romford

Quality Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

269 Brentwood Rd, Romford, RM2 5ST Directions

   Now closed Open Tuesday 07:00 - 19:30

Why Choose Us?

Highest Standards
Friendly Atmosphere
Years of Experience

Business overview

Come and have a smile makeover. Quality options will be discussed and provided. Join our practice for your regular great dental care.

The Spirit of Excellence Dental Practice is committed to the provision of quality care and dental experience, ease of access, the best possible and available, a bright smile and all round well-being.

Family, General and Cosmetic dentistry is provided in with care and patient comfort. Effort is made to make evening appointments available for the convenience of our patients. There is also out of hours and emergency care.

Locally we provide dental services to Gidea Park, Romford, Hornchurch, Emerson Park, Heath Park, Harold Wood, Harold Hill, Rainham, Dagenham, Beecontree. Our patients also come from other parts of Essex, London, Hertfordshire, and other countries especially by virtue of recommendations from those that previously used our services.

We are easily accessible for pedestrians and also easily accessible by bus, car, motorbikes and cycles. Bike anchorage is provided. There is free on site and free street parking on surrounding roads. Facilities are disability compliant.

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Spirit of Excellence Dental Practice premises at 269 Brentwood Road, Gidea Park, Romford RM2 5ST
Modern treatment rooms and equipment.

Products & Services

cosmetic dentistry

invisible dental braces

In-Line orthodontics clear braces

Fixed Braces

Fastbraces

tooth coloured fillings

teeth whitening

private dentistry

children's dentistry

dental bridgework

crown work

emergency dentists

root canal treatment

gum treatments

dentures

dental hygienists

veneers

Dentist

Braces

mercury free fillings

endodontics

Orthodontist

Credentials

Accreditations

  • GDC Registered Member (83076)

Associations

  • General Dental Council (83076)

Qualifications

  • Dentistry, MSc (University Level Qualification)

Reviews

AVIOD FOR ANY TREATMENT INVOLVING A CHILD

1
The dentist we saw last Saturday evening after my four-year-old had fallen and caused trauma to her front teeth. Was nothing less than absolutely inexcusable.
The dentist could see that as her mother I was distressed! Of course I was my four-year-old I just had an accident. He examined her only. Laughed at the situation and said “they’re only milk teeth they will fall in 3/4 years time” then continues to say I will be laughing about the situation in time to come. Since then We have visited a different dentist! Who in fact stated simply just examining couldn’t determine if there had been any damage. Due to the position of the teeth. The teeth either had to be moved, or removed. Which could only be determined by an X-ray. The dentist at this practice in May Fair was very apologetic for the treatment that we have received at Spirit of Excellence Dental Practice. As leaving the teeth untreated wasn’t an option. My child was unable to ‘bit’ and close her teeth, causing more damage!
17 Jan 2022
Hi. Sorry you feel this way. It is more hazardous to expose a growing child to radiation for a deciduous tooth that will exfoliate, and for which the only treatment is to extract the tooth. The dentist smiled to calm you down, there was no laughter which is loud and obvious. The dentist naturally smiles to his patients, not frown. The dentist you have gone to is not given any right to apologise for our advice, as it is sound. What did that dentist's radiation exposure of the child achieve other than giving the advice to have the deciduous tooth extracted? No one will move (do orthodontic or braces treatment) for a deciduous tooth that will be lost to the tooth fairy soon after completing moving it. The options are to extract the traumatised deciduous tooth or ease down the opposing deciduous tooth that is catching on the displaced deciduous tooth. Luyi
17 Jan 2022
Hi. Sorry you feel this way. It is more hazardous to expose a growing child to radiation for a deciduous tooth that will exfoliate, and for which the only treatment is to extract the tooth. The dentist smiled to calm you down, there was no laughter which is loud and obvious. The dentist naturally smiles to his patients, not frown. The dentist you have gone to is not given any right to apologise for our advice, as it is sound. What did that dentist's radiation exposure of the child achieve other than giving the advice to have the deciduous tooth extracted? No one will move (do orthodontic or braces treatment) for a deciduous tooth that will be lost to the tooth fairy soon after completing moving it. The options are to extract the traumatised deciduous tooth or ease down the opposing deciduous tooth that is catching on the displaced deciduous tooth. Luyi
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Kind and patient dentist

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Unusual for people to take the time to listen, and explain things to patient or customers without trying to hard sell you into the most expensive treatments.

Clean, tidy and very professional dentistry.
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