At High Street Dental in Holywood, general dentistry is the foundation of what we do. Whether you’d like a routine check up, are interested in hygienist services, or need an emergency appointment, we can help.
Dental check ups
At High Street Dental in Holywood, we know that every smile is unique, and strive to nurture the important relationship between you and your dentist. Regular check ups are advised to...
New Patient Consultations
NEW PATIENT APPOINTMENTS
New patient appointments can be made by contacting reception by telephone or in person.
At the time of booking we will email out a link to enable you to complete a medical h...
Our emergency dentist, Holywood
If you’re in pain or discomfort, and you need to see an emergency dentist in Holywood, we can help you.
Call our emergency line: 028 9042 3934
A mouthguard is tailormade to you. It provides a protective cover which fits exactly over your teeth and gums to cushion and protect your teeth, gums and jaw from damage. Our High Street Dental o...
There are 15 million snorers in the UK but it affects almost twice as many – that’s a partner whose sleep is being disturbed every night.
Snoring may be a commonly dismissed p...
Oral Health Advice
Good dental health
Good dental health is a clean, bacteria- and plaque-free mouth. You want to keep emergency visits to the dentist at a minimum throughout your life. The best way to avoid troublesom...
Oral Cancer Screening
How you prepare
Oral cancer screening doesn't require any special preparation. Oral cancer screening is typically performed during a routine dental appointment.
What you can expect
During an or...
Providing dentures, Holywood
Why might I need dentures?
If you are missing several teeth or a full arch of your teeth, our Holywood dentures can be used to replace the function and appearance o...
Root Canal Treatment
If you have been experiencing severe tooth pain, it is possible that you may require root canal treatment. If your tooth has become damaged or cracked, you have tooth decay, large fillings or have rec...
If you have missing teeth for a while, loss of bone in your jaw is common. It’s the body’s normal response to tooth loss, infection, gum disease or other trauma.
For dental implants to wo...