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Advance Dental Care

Advance Dental Care

Show Phone NumberLakin Drive, Highlight Park, Barry, CF62 8ASUK
3.9 / 5  Very Good
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 19:00
Tuesday08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday08:00 - 17:00
Thursday08:00 - 17:00
Friday08:00 - 17:00
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About Advance Dental Care

Private dental care is provided at this dental clinic in Barry UK. The practice provides cosmetic, advanced restorative and orthodontic dental care to patients. Preventive dentistry is performed for the oral health of patients. Treatments offered by the clinic are cosmetic and restorative dentistry using crowns bridges and veneers. Dentures are also fitted at the clinic. Orthodontics is used to straighten and correct misaligned teeth using braces and retainers. Tooth whitening is performed to cosmetically improve the appearance of teeth.

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from 2 verified reviews Patient Reviews of Advance Dental Care

"Ticked all the boxes"
5 50Reviewed 20 Nov 2015 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: Fillings,Dental Crowns
Fantastic treatment by people who care.
Lost a filling, had to have a crown - was offered alternative options but this was the best one.
I'm terrified of needles! So a caring sympathetic dentist is a must and these folks tick ALL the boxes - kind, understanding, friendly, Suzanne & Gareth were great, explaining what was happening and keeping me calm and relaxed.
Excellent service and value.

Great (never thought i'd say that about the dentist!).
Have been before but not for such a big job.
Smart reception, calming surrounding, happy friendly helpful staff.
I would recommend this dental practice to anyone.
Treated By: Gareth Total Amount Paid £500
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Jeremy UK
"I left still somewhat confused about services available"
2.5 50Reviewed 02 Sep 2015 Verified user. Review confirmed by email.
Treatment Received: Flexible Partial Dentures,Dentist Consultation
There is a reluctance to accept NHS patients who cannot afford large private fees. Many dentists do not make it clear about charges and the various pricing options available to the patient. It seems Dentist's are slowly joining the get rich quick brigade by steering many people over to private practice instead of NHS practice. I have worked for 46 years and paid into the system. I now only have a part time job (16 Hours x Minimum wage) and simply can't afford private levels of charge. A poor way to treat someone who has contributed all their working life and are now in an hour of need

Reasonable time to see the Dentist. A good and full inspection of my teeth and gums ensued. I left still somewhat confused about services available to me and relevant charges. I was told that some procedures are available by the NHS but others would be not be made available unless charged at private prices. Surely if a practice accepts new NHS patients we should expect to recieve any treatment listed under the NHS guidelines and the final capped price associated with that particular band of treatment. I repeat that it appears that Dentists feel that complex or time-consuming procedures should only be done at private charge rates. For instance I have a root canal problem with a Canine in my mouth and was told that it would cost about £600 to rectify. Surely root canal treatment is listed in the NHS guide to band charges. There is a massive difference between the full private charges and the capped NHS band charges. With private schemes there is also a direct-debit mandatory fee scheme to pay approx £120/per year for two quick inspections - often without any scale or polish treatment administered.
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Paul Abergavenny
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  • BDA - British Dental Association (UK) 
  • GDC - General Dental Council (UK) 





Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Home visits

Open 24 hours

Open weekends


Air Abrasion
Ceramic Braces
Child Braces
Clear Braces
Orthodontic Retainer
Dental Crowns
Dental Implants
Dentist Consultation
Denturist Consultation
Emergency Dentist Consultation
Hygienist Session
Night Guard
Sedation for dental treatments
Teeth Polishing
Teeth Whitening

Medical Aesthetics

Dermal Fillers

Payment Information

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Private Patients Welcome


Dr Andrew Nourish

Job Title:
  Principal Dentist
GDC NO. 74345. I qualified as a dentist at Birmingham University in 1998. I then spent 3 years working in a specialist orthodontic practice in Northampton before setting up Advance Dental Care. In addition I recently completed a 1 year course on Advanced Restorative & Cosmetic Dental Techniques at the Eastman Dental Institute in London. I have a particular interest in Gentle, Straight Teeth Dentistry. I aim to treat all patients with care, and I pride myself on providing treatment that my own family would be happy with. I can’t think of a better feeling than sending a patient away smiling and laughing.

Dr Gareth Crowther

Job Title:

BDS Wales 2009, GDC  no. 177522  

I qualified from University Dental Hospital, Cardiff in July 2009 and went on to complete twelve months Vocational Training in general dental practice in Rhiwbina, Cardiff. I then attained my certificate of General Professional Training (GPT) working for the first six months as a Senior House Officer in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil. I completed GPT as a Community Dental Officer working for Cardiff & Vale University Health Board all around the clinics of the Rhondda Valleys and in the Ogwr Valley visiting the schools in some of the most deprived areas of Wales on the mobile dental unit.
Show Phone NumberLakin Drive, Highlight Park, Barry, CF62 8ASUK