About Us

Linden Lodge Dental Care is a family orientated practice in the heart of Clevedon.
We offer various means to look after your oral health, including our in-house Practice Dental Plan. We are able to provide private dentistry at the practice along with offering referrals to our sister practice Specialist Dental & Implant Centre should you require any specialist treatment.
Our team of dentists, nurses, receptionists and hygienists are friendly, knowledgeable and approachable. We are committed to understanding your individual needs, tailoring treatment plans and approach to good oral health to you. We will fully discuss any treatment needs you may require, giving you a full breakdown of your investment and tailoring any finance requirements to spread the cost.
As a practice we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint where possible. As a first-time visitor to the practice you will be required to fill out a short medical history form using an electronic touch pad. Should you require any help with this, please do ask our reception team. Our medical history is a chance for us to get to know you, please let us know anything that may affect your treatment at the practice.

New Patients


We always aim to see patients on time. It is our policy for each patient to see one dentist on a continuing basis.

First Visit

Prior to your first appointment you will be asked to fill out a medical history form. This helps ensure that before your dentist examines your mouth, he or she is aware of any important medical factors that could affect your treatment. Your dentist will discuss any important factors raised at your first visit.
Your first appointment is a two-way process where your dentist will discuss your concerns about your mouth. He or she will carry out an extensive examination and appropriate x-rays may be taken. This ensures that the team has enough information to be able to produce a treatment plan with estimated costs.

Domiciliary Visits

If you are unable to visit the practice to see a dentist we can arrange for one to visit you at your residence. Please call us for more information.

Dental Emergency?

Accidents can happen. If you have a dental emergency, it is best to get in touch as soon as possible. The sooner we know about your emergency, the sooner we can fix it. We strongly suggest that you check our guidance on what to do if you have a dental emergency.


Take advice from your dentist or doctor regarding the use of suitable analgesia. Toothache often means that there is an issue and we should see if there is a cause. If you have a constant pain, this indicates there is something wrong that requires attention.

Lost a crown?

Please keep the crown safe, so it can be re-cemented for you. If the underlying tooth is painful avoid eating near it and drink tepid drinks only.

Knocked out tooth?

If you can, place the tooth back into the socket and splint in place with silver paper. If this is not possible, DO NOT place the tooth in water. DO place it in some cold milk or on one side of your mouth between your teeth and cheeks until you can be seen either by us or a local hospital emergency dental department. Try not to handle the tooth root too much.
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