Why Choose Us?

Practice Leaflet pg1Here at Ealing Dental Specialists, we aim for perfection. Providing exceptional clinical care is paramount. All of the orthodontists that provide care to our patients abide by the regulations set out by the General Dental Council and strive to make each patient’s experience as pleasant as possible, ultimately delivering beautiful results. All of our staff undergo regular training to keep up to date with the many exciting advances in orthodontic appliances and techniques.

We believe that successful orthodontic treatment is not only about providing care, but also about educating patients so that they are able to effectively care for their own teeth throughout their lives. With our staff and patients working as a team, we believe that we can achieve a beautiful smile that can last a lifetime.

We don’t like to keep patients waiting for treatment but we currently have a six month waiting list for NHS initial assessment and we aim to commence subsequent treatment as soon as possible. This is within NHS guidelines, but of course we’re doing our utmost to reduce this.

Our surgery has been established at its current location for over eighteen years; some patients were so happy with their treatment that they have now brought their children to be treated by our team! We are situated in the heart of Ealing, with easy access from Ealing Broadway and Ealing Common underground stations, and many bus routes. See our contact page for more details.

Ealing Dental Specialists is part of the British Dental Association (BDA) Good Practice Scheme, the UK’s leading dental quality assurance programme. This demonstrates our commitment to providing quality care at a nationally recognised standard. Our promise to keep up to date with changing requirements means that we always provide the best currently recognised treatment at the highest standard. If you want to find out more about the BDA Good Practice Scheme, please follow this link: BDA Good Practice Brochure.

As providers of health care, our team is legally responsible to ensure that we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety. The report compiled by the independent organisation that assesses all healthcare providers in England, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) is available using their ‘widget’ below: