SMILE confidently with our 5 STAR EXCEPTIONAL CARE:
SAFETY: The first clinic in the Newcastle area to receive accreditation for our strictest gold standard infection control.
SECURITY: Evidence based best practice preventative care is the cornerstone of our service.
SKILLS: The Dentists, Oral Health Therapists, Hygienists and support staff you see at Paul Beath Dental are all highly experienced. They only use proven technologies to ensure most accurate swift diagnosis and treatment of the highest quality.
SCREENING: We Screen every patient for Oral Cancer at every visit. We also risk rate every new patient for periodontal disease and caries (decay).
SERVICE: Full service dental care offering online bookings, zip Pay and after pay payment options, out of hours operating, custom built children’s play area, emergency same day and Saturday appointments. IV sedation in surgery. HICAPS, AMEX, CDBS on site and parking at rear, including disability parking and access into and around our surgery.
MEET THE DENTISTS.
These Newcastle dentists are highly skilled, caring and committed to continual professional development in order to maintain and enhance their skills. We provide proven technology and equipment and offer a comprehensive range of services for our patients. We look forward to welcoming you to Paul Beath Dental , Newcastle.
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