Frequently asked questions
Below are some of the questions our team is asked most often. If you don't find what you're looking for, please get in touch!
We recommend attending the surgery at least once every six months. Your dental professional will advise you if he or she feels you should come more often.
We have dedicated times during the week when we can see emergency patients.
At the weekend you should call NHS 24. Details can be found on our emergencies page
Yes, we offer tooth whitening strips as well as customised individual tooth whitening. Your dentist will be happy to discuss this with you.
We are close to Largs train station, as well as bus routes to Skelmorlie, Wemyss Bay, Beith, Dalry and Kilbirnie. The Millport (Cumbrae) ferry slip is a short walk away.
See our contact us page for more information and directions to the surgery.
Yes, Interpreters can be contacted by phoning 0800 169 2879, please ask at Reception.
For further information on what the NHS provides in this area please call NHS Ayshire and Arran's dental helpline on 01563 507950.
Yes, our surgery was purpose built with accessibility in mind. It is at street level and fully accessible by wheelchair. There are nearby disabled car parking spaces too.
Don’t worry, latex-free gloves are used on request.
Please give us a call on 01475 672009, or see our contact page for more information including directions to the surgery.
Training in medical emergencies and CPR is carried out by the team on a regular basis.
We have a new, separate dedicated room for sterilisation of dental instruments. Where possible we use disposable instruments.
Click here for our complaints procedure.
As a provider of health care in Scotland, our duty of candour responsibilities require us to submit an annual report of unintended or unexpected incidents that have occurred during the year. This report must be submitted every year, even when there are no incidents to report.
You can find a copy of our most recent duty of candour report here