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New patients

Looking for a new dentist in Leeds? You just found it.

We are currently unable to accept new NHS patients. However, we do have a waiting list. Please get in touch if you would like adding.

Why choose us?

If you’ve just moved to Horsforth, or you’re thinking of changing dentists, you’ve come to the right place. Led by a young and dynamic team, Horsforth Dental offers the full spectrum of care for all ages, yet has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest trends and technologies. Whether you’re a student or a local, we’d love to welcome you to our practice.


What to expect at Horsforth Dental

No surprises, no pain, no worry. We always take the most minimally invasive, gentle approach when it comes to your dental treatment – and if you suffer with dental anxiety, it’s good to know we offer sedation in-house if required. We’ll do our best to encourage you to keep checking in with us at least twice a year. That way, we can flag any underlying problems and treat them before they become serious and costly. Our preventive approach isn’t just good for your health; it’s good for your wallet, too.


Dental check-ups without the fear factor in LS18

If you’re apprehensive about visiting the dentist, let us put your mind at rest. During your check-up at Horsforth Dental, we’ll take all the time you need to feel relaxed and confident in our care. We’ll ask you lots of questions to get to know you, and to get a picture of your lifestyle. We’ll assess your mouth, teeth and gums gently and carefully, taking x-rays if we need to get a more in-depth view. Should we flag a potential problem, we’ll take the time to talk it through with you, discuss your options and draw up a fully costed treatment plan.


Mouth cancer screening in Leeds

We routinely screen for signs of mouth cancer. Why? Because unlike other cancers, mouth cancer is on the rise in the UK. With only a 50% survival rate and a devastating long-term impact on your speech and facial appearance, it’s not something we take lightly. Many causes of mouth cancer are lifestyle-related – think smoking, alcohol and the HPV virus – so unlike other cancers, mouth cancer affects a high proportion of younger people. For this reason, we urge our patients to attend regular check-ups, and if you experience a persistent mouth ulcer, lesion or swelling in your mouth, come and see us straight away. For more information on check out the Mouth Cancer Foundation


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