Visiting your dentist regularly is one of the ways you can keep your mouth and teeth healthy, that's why dental care is one of our top priorities.
There are over 60 NHS dental practices in Wiltshire providing a range of NHS dental health services.
You don't have to wait until you have a dental problem to book an appointment - it's a good idea to join a practice as soon as possible, as visiting your dentist regularly is one of the ways you can ensure you keep your mouth and teeth healthy.
Three simple steps to a healthy mouth and teeth
- Brush teeth thoroughly twice a day using a toothpaste containing fluoride.
- Limit how often you eat or drink anything sugary - it's best to keep these treats to mealtimes only.
- Visit your dentist once a year for a check-up.
If you are not registered with a dentist, to find one nearest you, please see the NHS website: Service Directories or call 0345 758 1926 (calls are charged at local rate).
For general advice, please see the NHS website: Dental health (www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/dental-health/).
To find out if you are entitled to receive free or reduced cost NHS dental services, see the NHS website guide (www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/dental-health/how-much-will-i-pay-for-nhs-dental-treatment/)
Services local to you
See our section on the Community Dental Service for more dental treatment in Swindon and Wiltshire.
For Orthodontic treatment please see Oral and Maxillofacial Unit.