Dartmouth Dental Practice

New Patients

Patient Registration

We will see you as a private patient. Call the practice and ask to be seen as a private patient. The reception staff will be able to advise on fees for a consultation as well as arrange an appointment. Should it become evident that you need treatment the dentist will advise you of likely cost. We will produce a treatment plan for you which includes a detailed breakdown of costs.

  • Private treatment for adults only
  • NHS treatment for children only.
    We have a very small NHS contract to treat children and there is limited availability for this.
  • Private treatment for adults and children


The only way to become a registered patient of this practice is to be seen by a dentist. We cannot register you without you being seen. The Emergency out of hours on-call service we provide is only for registered patients of this practice.

Medical History

Once we register you as a new patient we can send you a secure medical history link via text or email that will allow you enter your medical history on a digital form. The completed medical history form is returned directly into your patient file for us to see. If you prefer we can complete the medical history at the practice on an iPad - a staff member can assist you if you are unfamiliar wit the iPad.

Before we see you it's very important that we know about your medical history. It may affect the type of treatment we are able to offer you. If you have any prescribed drugs or medicines we need to know what they are. We also need to know about any other medical conditions or treatments you are receiving or have received in the past. We will ask you to complete a medical history form prior to your appointment. Allow yourself an additional 10 minutes before your alloted appointment time to complete the form.


Apologies, our patient registration form is currently offline. This is due to high volumes of demand, which have led us to temporarily suspend new patient registrations. Our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience caused. We are working diligently to resolve the matter and hope to have the form back up and running in due course. Thank you for your understanding and patience.