Here at Cathedral Dental Practice we get asked lots of questions; Do I really need to floss? How do I prevent tooth sensitivity? What type of toothbrush and toothpaste should I use? What are early signs of dental trouble?

Below you will find some common FAQ's

What are the dental practice hours?

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Cathedral Dental Practice is open Monday to Thursday, 9:00am – 5:00pm and Friday, 9:00am to 1:00pm. We are closed for lunch from 1:00pm – 2:00pm. If you are looking for a dental practice based in Portsmouth, Hampshire then please give us a call.

How do I book an appointment?

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For dental appointments, please telephone 02392 296620 or call in to see us. In case of an emergency during practice hours, please contact us immediately – we always try to offer emergency treatment on the same day. Outside surgery hours, please listen to the message on our telephone answering machine.

Are you taking on new patients?

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Yes – we are always happy to see new patients. Many of our new patients are referred to us by our existing ones – if you have been referred by one of our patients please do let us know so we can thank them.

What do your patients say?

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Good question - here is a recent testimonial:

Dear Josef and team at Cathedral Dental Practice,

I came to you for treatment for a wisdom tooth and abscess on July 26th and must thank you all for the superb work done, so carefully and expertly, and quietly. Set at ease as ever by Caroline in Reception and by the kind dental nurse I felt very comfortable. I did appreciate the nurse warning me of potential noise of instruments being used and also noticing that the injections were wearing off.

I was well looked after throughout. I felt very little when the wisdom tooth came out and the left stitching was incredible, all in quite a small mouth at a difficult angle.

Thank you also to Katalin for spotting the potential problem in the crown of the wisdom tooth. I am just very grateful that there are such wonderful dentists and staff at Cathedral Dental Practice.

Yours sincerely

Can I book an emergency dentist in Portsmouth?

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Here at Cathedral Dental Practice we do our best to see patients with genuine dental emergencies on the day they contact us. For emergency help outside surgery hours, please listen to the message on our telephone answering machine.

Can I park at the practice?

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There is ample parking in Old Portsmouth plus a lovely seaside walk. Although the practice does not have a designated car park, there is plenty of parking available in the surrounding streets.

Do you have facilities for disabled people?

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If you have any special requirements, please call us in advance to ensure we are able to meet them.

Choosing a private dentist in Portsmouth?

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So what are the main attractions of visiting a private dentist in Portsmouth? Well, a key advantage is speed, private dentists tend to be more readily available and offer shorter waiting times. A private practice is also more inclined to invest in the latest dental technology, this assists with better diagnostics and dental treatment.

Who does teeth whitening in Portsmouth?

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Here at Cathedral Dental Practice we can offer teeth whitening. This process can help remove those tell-tale signs of ageing, lightening your teeth and removing stains, leaving you with a sparkling, rejuvenated smile. Want to find out more about teeth whitening? Why not pop into our dental practice in Old Portsmouth for a chat. Teeth whitening is a great way of giving your smile a boost!

Choosing a dentist in Southsea, Portsmouth?

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There are lots of dentists to choose from in Southsea, Portsmouth. Choosing the right dentist for you could depend on a number of factors; it could be cost, the distance from your home, the standard of equipment on offer or customer satisfaction. Here at Cathedral Dental Practice, we want to offer all our patients the highest standard of dental care. We are continually investing in the latest state-of-the-art dental equipment, together with training courses to ensure our skills and techniques are kept completely up-to-date.

Who is a dental hygienist?

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Here at Cathedral Dental Practice we know that dental hygienists have a vital role to play, they help to prevent dental problems from arising. Our in-house dental hygienist could help to save your teeth by preventing and also treating gum disease. Intervention and education is key, why not book in an appointment with our dental hygienist today!