01392 272408 2 Spicer Road, Exeter, EX1 1SX

Welcome to Spicer Road Dental Practice

The Spicer Road Dental Practice is a large practice located in a beautiful Victorian building close to the centre of the Cathedral City of Exeter. The dental practice has been located here for over 35 years, giving us a long history of caring for the dental needs of the people of Exeter.

We are a friendly practice and our team offers a caring, safe, and sympathetic environment with welcoming staff who are always happy to help and to put you at ease.

We know that not everyone loves coming to the Dentist! We pride ourselves on making the trip as painless and as pleasant as possible, please take a moment to read our patient testimonials.
Our Hygienist is happy to see patients who are not registered at our Practice and our Dentists’ will always try to help a patient who is experiencing a dental emergency, whether they are registered here on not.

Call or email our Reception Team today and we will be very pleased to chat through your requirements and any concerns you may have about a trip to the Dentist.

We look forward to meeting you.

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Cold Sores

October 4, 2019

We are very sorry but if you have a cold sore we are not able to treat you. Cold sores are caused by the highly contagious herpes simplex virus. There have been a number of well-documented cases of blindness in dental care professionals following infection with the herpes simplex virus. We recommend that you wait […]

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Do your teeth or your smile effect your confidence?

More than half of British works say that bad teeth would negatively affect their confidence at work according to the latest research. Women were found to be more self-conscious of having poor teeth, declaring it had a great impact on their confidence in public. Younger people were found to be most concerned about the appearance […]

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105 Children Per Day Having Rotten Teeth removed In Hospital

March 13, 2019

The Daily Telegraph reported this week that more than 100 children per day were having rotting teeth removed in hospital. Figures show that in 9 out of 10 cases this could have been prevented. Children under 5 accounted for over 12,000 tooth extractions, children up to the age of 19 for a further 38,000 procedures, […]

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