Experience better dental health care in Falmouth

At Kimberley Park Dental Practice, we’re passionate about patient experience, loyalty, and high-quality care.

High quality, full-service dentistry

From routine check-ups right through to dental emergencies; we offer the full range of preventative, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry services to help you stay on top of your oral health, no matter what your age. We prioritise your patient experience with every treatment, and make sure we deliver the highest quality care to everyone who comes through our doors.

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Affordable dental care

We know many people are on a budget, and private dentist costs can be hard on your wallet. At Kimberley Park Dental Practice, we want everyone in the Falmouth community to have access to affordable general and cosmetic dental care that won’t break the bank, so we offer both NHS treatments and private dentistry, with treatment plans and finance options available.

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Family owned practice you can trust

For over 25 years, Kimberley Park Dental Practice in Falmouth has been serving the local community, with the aim of helping people achieve and maintain good dental health. From your initial consultation, to the duration of your treatment, and right through to follow-up and aftercare, we support you at every stage of your smile transformation journey.

Your journey with Kimberley Park Dental Practice

Our staff are settled and happy, so you’ll always see someone you know and trust when you visit us, or talk to us on the phone. We care about the dental health of your whole family, and we make sure you get the best quality treatment, where everyone can be seen in one appointment if possible, to maximise your time.

We understand the dentist can be a daunting experience for many people, which is why we take the time to get to know you, and make you as comfortable as possible. Nervous patients are also given extra time to discuss options with their clinicians, and anyone is welcome to speak to our lovely practice manager to talk through options or concerns.

Our practice isn’t only family friendly; it’s important to us that we provide an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome. We invite everyone in the community to visit us and want to be as accessible as possible, so we have an access ramp at the practice entrance, and a downstairs surgery available to individuals who have problems with stairs.

New patient journey

Step 1

Book an appointment or call the practice

Step 2

See us for your first consultation with our friendly team

Step 3

We’ll discuss your dental history, needs, and goals

Step 4

We’ll perform a thorough investigation of your teeth

Step 5

You’ll get a personalised treatment plan

Step 6

Your journey to excellent oral health begins

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Frequently asked questions about Kimberley Park Dental Practice

Where is Kimberley Park Dental Practice?

We’re based in a lovely converted townhouse at 29 Kimberley Park Road, Falmouth, TR11 2DA. Our practice is a five minute walk from Falmouth town centre and Town Quarry car park, a one minute walk from Kimberley Park, or a 10 minute walk from Penmere Train Station.

What are your opening hours?

We’re open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 5pm.

When can I get an appointment?

Our friendly team will help you secure an appointment as soon as we can. We do our best to accommodate all patient needs and fix any problems on the same day where possible, including dental emergencies.

Will I need more than one appointment?

That depends on the treatment. We also try to minimise the amount of visits required, and offer flexibility for patients to choose how they want to distribute their treatment over their appointments to suit different schedules.

Do you see patients of all ages?

Absolutely! We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds, and pride ourselves on providing the best dental care in Falmouth to everyone that comes through our doors.

Are you currently accepting new patients?

We are able to welcome new private patients. However, due to limitations with NHS, we are unable to register new NHS patients at this time. To add yourself to the local NHS waiting list, please call 0333 0063 300 or email accessdentalhelpline@nhs.net.

Do you take dental emergencies?

We do. If you require an emergency dentist appointment in Falmouth during the week, please contact the practice at 8.30am (or as soon as possible) on the day and we’ll do our best to organise an appointment. Outside of surgery hours, the practice answer phone will provide the numbers of the emergency service for registered patients.

I feel anxious at the dentist, can you help me?

We can definitely help you! We understand the dentist can be a daunting experience for many people, which is why we take the time to get to know you and the reasons behind your dental anxiety, and make you as comfortable as possible. Nervous patients are also given extra time to discuss options with their clinicians, and anyone is welcome to speak to our lovely practice manager to talk through options or concerns.

Is the dental practice accessible for wheelchair users?

For patients with mobility issues, access to the practice is via a ramp to an accessible downstairs surgery. Some of our surgeries are on the first floor via a flight of stairs, so it’s important to let us know in advance if a downstairs surgery or additional support is needed. Unfortunately, due to the practice being a converted townhouse, the downstairs toilet has narrow access not wide enough to enter with a wheelchair. However, there is a disabled access toilet 2 minutes from the practice in Kimberley Park – we sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Can I attend your practice if I’m hearing impaired?

Yes. For patients with a hearing impairment we can provide a portable hearing Loop system – please just let us know in advance.

Is there parking available at the practice?

Due to the location, parking is not available at the practice. However, Blue Badge holders are welcome to park on the road outside.

Is your practice LGBTQIA+ friendly?

Definitely! Our practice isn’t only family friendly; we welcome everyone in the community to visit us. It’s important to us that we provide an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome. If you’re feeling uneasy, our lovely practice manager will help you choose a practitioner based on their skills and experience, and your needs.

Can I book a remote consultation?

After you’ve had an initial in-person consultation with us, we can accommodate remote telephone consultations for patients interested in treatment.

How often should I see the dentist for a check-up?

You should aim to have a dental check-up every six months. This is so we can keep track of your dental health and make sure we’re up to date with your treatments. It’s good to regularly see your dentist to make sure that any issues are caught as early as possible, which helps to avoid any bigger, expensive problems down the track.

Do I have the option to see a male or female dentist?

Yes – all our clinicians deliver the highest possible standard of care, but we want to make sure our patients feel comfortable and at ease. You can request to see a male or female dentist, and we also help you to choose one based on the type of experience you prefer; e.g. fast and efficient, or chatty and relaxed. Depending on availability, we’ll do our best to accommodate your request and make sure you’re comfortable with your chosen dentist.

What does a dental hygienist do?

A dental hygienist basically makes sure you have healthy gums and squeaky clean teeth. At an appointment, our dental hygienist will check the health of your gums and make sure there’s no plaque build-up or gum disease, and usually carry out a deep clean and scale to remove any nasties, and finish off with a polish.

Do you offer a free initial consultation?

We sure do. The initial orthodontic consultation is free. If you’re a new patient, you’ll need to have a new patient examination first, but your follow-up orthodontic consultation will then be free.

How much will my dental treatment cost?

That depends on the treatment – a new patient consultation will cost £85 (including X-rays). We try to make our treatments as affordable as possible, and offer payment and finance options as well. See our pricing page for more information.

Do you offer a dental payment plan or finance options?

We’re pleased to provide a Denplan Essentials membership to help patients budget for their dental care, and we offer three Denplan maintenance packages to ensure there’s something suitable for differing needs. We also offer no deposit, 0% interest finance options available for, 3, 6 and 12 month terms. See our pricing page for more information.

Do you offer Invisalign?

No, we use Reveal advanced clear aligners – an equally successful and popular treatment for people who want to achieve straight teeth, without anyone knowing. ​We also offer Cfast; a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that corrects alignment issues with the top and bottom front six teeth, twice as fast as clear aligners, and SmileTRU clear aligners; for people who have overcrowding, gaps, or crooked teeth, and only need to realign a few teeth in the front of their mouth.

How much do your teeth straightening treatments cost?

It depends on the product and the treatment plan. We offer free orthodontic consultations, but if you’re a new patient, you’ll need to have a new patient examination first. Cfast discrete braces start at £1,600, Reveal clear aligners start at £1,599, and SmileTRU clear aligners start at £1,800.

Do clear aligners discolour?

Clear aligners are designed to be stain-resistant, but you do need to take them out when you’re eating or drinking colourful liquids to keep them nice and clean.

If I get my teeth whitened, how long will it last?

With some very simple maintenance after treatment, your lovely white teeth can last for a long time! We recommend wearing post treatment whitening trays using the Enlighten whitening gel for 1 night every couple of months and regularly brushing with Enlighten Tooth Serum to prolong your results.

Is teeth whitening safe?

Yes, it’s perfectly safe. We use Enlighten Evolution and Polanight teeth whitening treatments, which contain high-quality, regulation ingredients that are very common in dentistry. Some people experience tooth sensitivity, but we give you products to help with sensitivity, as well as a specialty toothpaste to help maintain your results.

Can I whiten my teeth if I have crowns?

You can, but only your natural teeth are susceptible to the whitening effects, so there would be a difference in colour variation.

How much does teeth whitening cost?

Our teeth whitening at Kimberley Park Dental Practice starts at £360, and depends on the results you want to achieve. Talk to us about your options!

Do I need to wear a facemask?

Yes, it’s really important that you wear a face mask when you’re inside the practice. Unless you can provide valid proof of exemption, you won’t be allowed to enter or attend your appointment without a face mask. We’ll let you know when you can remove your mask for treatment.

What are your Covid-19 safety protocols?

As above, you need to wear a face mask when you’re inside the practice, unless told otherwise. To keep our staff and other patients safe, your appointment could be deferred at short notice if you visit the practice with ANY cold or flu symptoms, or have been exposed to Covid-19. Our practice is always kept exceptionally clean and sterile, so you can rest assured that your health is in safe hands with us.

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Find us

Kimberley Park Dental Practice,
29 Kimberley Park Rd, Falmouth,
TR11 2DA

Speak to us

01326 312 264

Opening times

Monday - Friday:
8:30am - 5.00pm

Closed for Lunch:
1:00pm - 2:00pm

Saturday - Sunday

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