We are currently only taking on new patients on an independent basis and have a waiting list for new NHS patients.
If you would like to be registered under the NHS Scheme, please fill in the following form, and we will try and get back to you as soon as possible, but please bear in mind there may be a wait until we can see you.
You are only formally a registered patient with the practice once you have had a full routine examination. Emergency treatment doesn't count as formal registration.
If you haven't attended the practice for a routine examination within 4 years, your registration will have lapsed, and you will be considered a new patient.
Please arrive 5 minutes early to complete our dental and medical questionnaire if you haven't already filled them in online via your text/email reminder.
Your dentist will complete a thorough dental examination, including a screen for oral cancer. If deemed necessary, X-rays may be taken.
Following your examination, your dentist will explain all the available treatment options to you for your consideration, so that you are able to make an informed decision. Together, we can formulate a treatment plan based on individual requirements. When cases are complex, we may require additional visits to formulate a treatment plan.
You will have the opportunity to discuss your dental needs with your dentist, who will take time to listen and answer any questions you may have. Your dentist will also recommend a maintenance program for you to ensure good dental health is maintained.
At reception, we will arrange appointments for your treatment to be completed. We offer a pay-as-you go policy. Treatments involving laboratory work or longer appointments will require an advance payment.
Our team speaks various languages
At New Cross Dental Practice, we believe in providing personalised and inclusive care. No matter which language you speak, our team is ready to make your visit stress-free. Communicate with us in the language you're most comfortable with!
What to bring for your first appointment
GP contact details
List of all medication
Proof of address
NHS number (10 digits)
Proof of exemption (if applicable)
Dental insurance details (if applicable)
National Insurance Number