Why choose our NHS dentist in Oxford?

We are BPA accredited, and have been rated within a top ranking in recent years. Our customer testimonials display a wide array of satisfied customers, all of which are available on our website. We are a unique dental practice that offers high quality dental services to private patients and students within Oxford, as well as customers under the NHS. We fully understand that dental patients have a variety of requirements, whether this be preventative dentistry, maintenance dentistry, general, family, or emergency dentistry. We provide dentistry services for students of Oxford University, as well as members of staff. We aim to create a relaxed environment where our patients can feel relaxed, especially for those individuals who experience anxiety whilst visiting the dentist. We offer a flexible payment scheme; patients are able to pay in cash, or discover other finance options which are available to view on our website. We boast a highly specialised team, and are proud to offer complex dental treatments within our surgery. Meet our team at our NHS dentist in Oxford At our surgery within Oxford we are able to offer an array of highly qualified and specialised dental professionals. The main body of our dental professional team consists of dentists. All of our members of staff have undergone dental training to equip them to work in a professional dental environment. As well as our NHS dentist in Oxford consisting of dentists, we also have a hygienist as a member of our team. What is a specialist dentist? A specialist is a dental healthcare professional who has undergone further dental specialist training. One example of a dental...

What treatments does my NHS dentist in Oxford offer?

At our dental surgery within Oxford, we offer a wide variety of general, private, and hygienist treatments. We also offer several forms of cosmetic dentistry, as well as subtle orthodontic work. What types of hygienist treatments does my NHS dentist in Oxford offer? At our surgery within Oxford we offer a wide array of hygienist treatments, such as cosmetic cleaning. Cosmetic cleaning is essentially an invigorous cleaning treatment that we provide at Studental, where we will remove any hard scale deposits on your teeth, which may cause gum disease. Another example of our hygienist treatments is a full mouth disinfection (also known as root surface debridement). This treatment is more commonly known as a deep scale treatment and usually requires around two to four treatments, and can also possibly require an anesthetic. Do you offer general dentistry? General dentistry is an extremely common service that our NHS dentist in Oxford performs, as we cover a wide variety of dental treatments, such as fillings, inlays, and onlays. General dentistry also covers dental crowns, as well as root canal treatment. Dental crowns are either composite or porcelain, and are adhered to dental implants. Root canal treatments may be performed by an Endodontist. What orthodontic treatments do you offer at your dental surgery in Oxford? We are unique in the way that we offer a non-messy alternative to creating initial moulds of the mouth, before your orthodontic journey. An Itero scanner is essentially a mess free alternative to a putty mould. This state of the art technology eliminates the need for a hassle filled putty experience, whilst creating three dimensional moulds of...

What services does my NHS dentist in Oxford offer?

At our surgery located within Oxford, we are unique in the way that we offer both private and general dentistry. We offer a finance option for our private clients, meaning that our clients are able to pay monthly to avoid a hefty dental sum. We use Chrysalis Finance in order to provide our patients with a high quality finance plan, under their control. How can I apply for a finance plan with my NHS dentist in Oxford? We may be able to offer you a finance plan after we have gone through a few details which you provide. A credit check can be done to check whether you are eligible. This will be done by one of our advisers (this can be done simply through an online application); there are few limitations, besides having to be over twenty one to apply. The amount you can apply for varies greatly with each individual patient, and their situation. Treatment can start almost immediately after the credit paperwork is signed, which can be ideal for many patients with hectic lifestyles and busy schedules. What if I decide I no longer wish to undergo the finance plan with my NHS Dentist in Oxford? We fully understand that patients may change their mind after signing the credit paperwork, or their financial situation may change rapidly, leading them unable to pay for their dental treatment through the process of monthly financial payments. If you are an individual who has changed their mind on the financial plan, then we offer a fourteen day ‘cooling off period’, meaning that patients can cancel the plan shortly after they...

Where is Studental located ?

This NHS Dentist in Oxford has a new and modern premises which is located next to the John Henry Brookes building on Headington road. Oxford is a historically famous city, which is extremely popular for its history, as well as its prestigious university. Do you offer a variety of payment plans at your NHS Dentist in Oxford? Payment is of course only required for private patients, each treatment is differing with price, depending on the extremity of the treatment ( for example a filling to veneers or crown work). If you are unable to pay for your dental treatment with one lump sum, there may be monthly finance options available. In order to apply for a finance plan you may need to complete a straightforward online credit application, this can be assisted by someone at our practice, which you can then finish in the comfort of your own home. You can borrow a variety of costs, from as little as £350 for a minor surgery, to the utmost of fifty thousand pounds, for more severe treatments. In order to apply for this monthly finance plan you must have lived within the United Kingdom for three years, and be over twenty one years of age. The cost of repayments will vary greatly from each patients treatment, you will be aware of the price of your repayments before you start your finance plan. The level of repayments will be lower if you are able to pay a deposit. If you change your mind and decide you no longer want to follow through with the finance plan, you may cancel within the...

Do you offer a variety of treatments at your NHS dentist in Oxford?

At our NHS dentist in Oxford we offer a variety of both cosmetic, dental, and orthodontic treatments. We provide treatments for general and family dentistry (such as crowns, fillings, and root canal treatment). We also provide services for hygienist treatments, as we have a hygienist as a part of our large and qualified dental team. We offer tooth replacement services at our surgery from a single tooth loss (crown) to several teeth that can be treated with a bridge or dentures. Cosmetic dentistry is usually provided privately as it does not normally come under the remit of the NHS. Things such as teeth whitening, veneers, and invisible braces all aim to improve the aesthetics of your smile, whilst boosting your self-confidence. At our surgery we offer finance plans to allow a wide range of patients to afford our treatments. Monthly finance plans may be available for patients who are undergoing private cosmetic, dental, or orthodontic work and wish to avoid a lump sum. What forms of general dentistry do you have to offer at your NHS Dentist in Oxford? One form of general and family dentistry we provide are fillings. One reason why an individual may undergo this form of treatment is if their teeth have been softened (the enamel) by acid within the mouth (due to sugar) this causes dental decay, and therefore a cavity is formed. If fillings are left untreated they can become extremely painful and dental hygiene problems can occur, such as gum disease. Fillings can come in two forms, one of which being traditional metal fillings, and the other being white more discreet coloured...

Why choose us as your NHS dentist in Oxford?

At our surgery located within the heart of Oxford we boast a large team of highly specialised dentists. At our NHS dentist in Oxford all of our dentists stick to the guidelines under the General Dental Council (GDC) these strict guidelines ensure all of our dental professionals are delivering the highest level of professional care. All of our dentists and other members of staff aim to provide a comforting and warm environment, whilst maintaining high levels of professionalism. We aim to welcome new patients equally, whether they be looking for work privately, or through the National Health Service, at a zero or decreased cost. Meet our team at our National Health Service dentist in Oxford At our surgery within Oxford we have a variety of highly qualified dentists, each working within in a specific area in dentistry, for example, Vijay Gohil is a member of the joint dental faculties at the royal college of surgeons in England. We also have a dental therapist/ hygienist as a member of our team. William Page is excellent at providing facial aesthetics which aim to create healthy and aesthetically pleasing smiles. William also enjoys providing patients with advice which aims to improve their oral health. What is a dental therapist? A dental therapist can be a huge benefit to many dental practices. A dental therapist can provide the National Health Service with private fillings, tooth whitening, and preventive treatments. What is a dental hygienist? A dental hygienist is a member of the team who can offer private and high quality cosmetic tooth cleaning, national health service gum treatment ( periodontal) as well as...

Studental in Oxford

At Studental, we welcome a wide range of patients, regardless as to whether you are a student, and regardless as to whether you are receiving private or NHS dental care. However, if you are looking for an NHS dentist in Oxford, then we are a great option, and have many treatments available. If you are unsure on what constitutes NHS treatment and what does not, then do not hesitate to contact us and ask. We understand that it can be a confusing thing looking for an NHS dentist, and for some people, such as students, it can seem a daunting thing, however we are here to ensure that it is made simple and appealing. NHS costs If you are looking for an NHS dentist in Oxford, then it is important to be well informed on the costs and processes that the NHS follows. If you are a student at university, then it is likely that you will still have to pay some form of charge, however it will be considerably less than what you would normally have to pay under private treatment. It is a misconception that dentistry is simply free under the NHS, as other healthcare often is, so it is important to know what your dentistry may cost before proceeding, to avoid any surprises. If you are concerned or unsure, then please contact us, or research online. There are three bands that your treatment will fit into, and each one will carry a certain payment with it. Due to the nature of the NHS, you will not need to pay for each individual treatment if more than...

Preventive Dentistry

Preventive dentistry is an extremely important aspect of dentistry, as many issues can be avoided with a good dental hygiene. Cavities are one of the main problems in dentistry and can cause a litany of issues, such as tooth decay, an infected pulp and subsequently tooth loss. This can result in abscesses too, which can be extremely painful. Therefore, if a strict dental hygiene is kept, many of these issues can be avoided entirely. Studental is right in the heart of Oxford Brookes campus, and offers a range of dental services, both under the NHS and privately. If you are looking for an NHS dentist in Oxford, then we will be able to help and to provide you with all the assistance you might need. Dental hygiene Good dental hygiene can be kept by brushing twice a day and flossing once a day. Correct brushing techniques are also part of a good dental hygiene regime. If you are unsure on what the correct brushing technique is, then please ask one of our dentists for some advice, and they will be happy to help. Dentistry is all about helping patients live their best quality of life, so it is our job to prevent as many dental problems as possible. Cosmetic cleaning Every now and then, it is a good idea to have your teeth professionally cleaned to ensure that as much plaque and bacteria has been removed as possible. While regular brushing and flossing is effective at reducing cavities, for some people a small amount of plaque and bacteria can remain, depending on the arrangement of their teeth, and if...

Emergency Dental Care

Sometimes, dentistry can be needed very suddenly, and booking an appointment a week in advance may be out of the question. If you need to see a dentist immediately, then many dentists, such as Studental, will have an emergency dental department. We understand that it can be an extremely stressful and daunting experience, so we want to approach it as warmly and kindly as possible, and make sure that you feel relaxed and reassured by our services. If you need an NHS dentist in Oxford, then we will also be able to provide this. Is emergency dental care covered by the NHS? Emergency dental care is covered by the NHS, but it will still have a cost. An emergency dentistry appointment will cost the same as a Band 1 appointment and may cost extra if you need any further treatment. However, if you need extra treatment then it will be part of the extra band treatment, so you will not have to pay extra for the consultation. If you are looking for an NHS dentist in Oxford, then we offer many NHS treatments, as well as private, so the choice is yours. What counts as ‘emergency’ dentistry? Emergency can be a relative term when it comes to dentistry, as no dentistry is life-threatening. However, if you are in extreme pain, or you have damaged or lost a tooth, then we consider that emergency dentistry, as you will need to see a dentist the same day as your call. We will make it our number one priority to see you on the day that you call. If we can’t solve...

Helping Oxford smile

Dental treatment catered to you Here at Studental in Oxford, we are firmly committed to providing both patients from the local area and beyond with a dental service of the highest possible calibre. We strive to provide an efficient and professional service which caters to the specific needs and requirements of each individual patient in a respectful, timely and relaxing manner. Patients who are seeking an NHS dentist in Oxford, can be assured they will receive treatment of the highest levels of professionalism and care within all aspects of dentistry. It is our philosophy here at Studental that the individual needs and requirements of each patient is at the forefront of everything we do. Rather than purely adopting the one-size-fits-all approach to dentistry that is favoured by far too many practices across the country, our trained team of professional dentists focus on the patient as an individual. They do everything they can with their extensive and combined skill-sets to help patients in the best possible way . A person, not just a patient At Studental, we understand the virtue and importance of your smile. Having healthy teeth not only brightens the faces of our clientele, but also those around them – and many people find their sense of self-esteem and confidence boosted tenfold by making a visit to our clinic. Seeing them walk away with shining smiles is enough of a reward to keep our dedicated staff hard at work. We believe that by making use of the most cutting-edge innovations and emerging technologies within dentistry, a much more comfortable dental experience evolves for both the patient and the...