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Bupa Dental Care Lymington

  • NHS
  • Private

41-53 Gosport Street, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 9BB View on map

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Currently accepting new private patients and dentist referrals

What is Bupa Dental Essentials?

A fixed-price alternative, between NHS and full private dental care.

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What are Platinum practices?

Our Platinum range of practices offer private dental care and specialist treatments in exclusive, luxury settings. They provide a personalised service, tailoring treatments to meet your needs.

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What makes us different?

  • Emergency appointments Emergency appointments
  • Free on-site parking Free on-site parking
  • Wheelchair friendly Wheelchair friendly
  • Over 40 years' local experience Over 40 years' local experience
  • We treat TMJ disorders We treat TMJ disorders
  • We're accepting dentist referrals We're accepting dentist referrals
  • Over 30 years' placing dental implants Over 30 years' placing dental implants

A warm welcome from Claire Randall, our practice manager

This dental practice in the Georgian market town of Lymington in Hampshire, has been caring for patients since the 1970’s.

Our spacious and comfortable facilities are all situated on the ground floor and are wheelchair friendly.

New patients are very welcome – we’re accepting both private and NHS patients. And we receive referrals from other dentists. We can also provide emergency dental care.

Our services

Bupa Dental Care Lymington, Gosport Street, offers a range of orthodontics services to straighten teeth, using treatments such as Invisalign.

We offer cosmetic dentistry, such as veneers, as well as teeth whitening to remove stains caused by things like coffee or smoking. And we’ve been fitting dental implants for over 30 years. All-on-4 implant-retained dentures are included in our offering.

Another key service we offer is treatment for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder, where the hinge that connects your upper and lower jaw isn't working properly.

How to find us

Bupa Dental Care Lymington is on the South Coast in Hampshire. on Gosport Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Lymington Town Train Station. We have free parking on-site, and Gosport Street is served by the local bus routes.

  • You don't need Bupa insurance to use a Bupa Dental Care dentist You don't need Bupa insurance to use a Bupa Dental Care dentist
  • Bupa Dental Care has over 350 practices across the UK Bupa Dental Care has over 350 practices across the UK

Bupa Dental Care Lymington
Opening hours*

Monday8:30am - 5:00pm
Tuesday8:30am - 5:00pm
Wednesday8:30am - 5:00pm
Thursday8:30am - 5:00pm
Friday8:30am - 5:00pm
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

*Public holidays may vary

Treatments and prices

The above treatment list shows a selection of treatments and prices available at this practice. For full details of treatments please contact us directly. Prices are for this practice only and may vary at other Bupa Dental Care practices. Prices are indicative and may fluctuate depending on individual requirements.

What is Bupa Dental Essentials?

A fixed-price alternative, between NHS and full private dental care.

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Patient feedback

  • %

    Of our patients surveyed say ‘The quality of their treatment was good.’

  • %

    Of our patients surveyed would recommend our practice to others.

  • %

    Of our patients surveyed say ‘I feel involved in all decisions about my care.’

Scores are cumulative based on the last 12 months and updated daily.

No, orthodontics for adults is becoming more and more common. We can talk through your options with you.

We do understand that some people really struggle with dental treatment. But we have lots of ways to help put you at ease. Please just tell us how you feel and what worries you, and then we can work together to decide on the right approach.

Generally we recommend twice yearly check-ups every six months. However, this varies on a case by case basis. Your Bupa Dental Care dentist will talk to you about when and how often we need to see you.

Fillings repair small holes in your tooth enamel. If they aren’t filled, the decay will deepen. You’ll start to feel pain, and you could end up needing root canal treatment, which is much more significant and costs more. So although you might not feel pain right now, it’s best to repair these holes as soon as possible.

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Bupa Dental Care is a trading name of Oasis Healthcare Limited. Registered in England and Wales number: 03257078. Registered office: Bupa Dental Care Vantage Office Park, Old Gloucester Road, Hambrook, Bristol, United Kingdom BS16 1GW.

Adult braces (Invisalign)

Virtually invisible, removable aligners that gradually straighten the teeth.

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Adult braces (cosmetic teeth straightening)

An orthodontic technique designed to discreetly straighten the front teeth only.

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Adult braces (orthodontics)

A traditional fixed teeth straightening treatment for adults.

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Adult braces (per arch)

Teeth straightening treatment for adults, which aligns either the upper or lower set of teeth.

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Adult check-up

An appointment for a dentist to assess a patient's oral health, including their mouth, teeth and gums.

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Children's check-up (age 5-16)

An appointment for a dentist to assess the oral health of a child aged 5-16, including their mouth, teeth and gums.

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Children's check-up (under 5)

An appointment for a dentist to assess the oral health of a child under 5, including their mouth, teeth and gums.

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Children's examination (age 5-16)

The first dental examination a child will have with their new dentist, to assess their oral health.

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Children's examination (under 5)

The first dental examination a child under 5 will have with their new dentist, to assess their oral health.

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Complex X-ray

A panoramic image taken of the entire mouth, including the teeth, gums and jaw.

Dental bridge (3 unit)

A fixed technique for replacing missing teeth, which uses two crowns and a false tooth to fill an existing gap.

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Dental bridge ceramic bonded (per unit)

A fixed technique for replacing missing teeth, which uses ceramic material to anchor false teeth into the mouth.

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Dental bridge porcelain bonded (per unit)

A fixed technique for replacing missing teeth, which uses porcelain material to anchor false teeth into the mouth.

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Dental implant

A long-term solution for replacing missing teeth, by surgically fusing a crown or denture into the jawbone.

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Dental sedation for nervous patients

A treatment which helps extremely nervous patients to have treatment, by using a sedative to put them into a deeply relaxed state.

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Dentures (Full acrylic)

A removable set of acrylic false teeth, which replace all of the upper or lower teeth.

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Emergency appointment

An urgent appointment to relieve dental pain, or treat unexpected dental injuries.

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Hygienist appointment

A session with a dental hygienist to thoroughly assess a patient's oral hygiene and offer oral health advice.

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Hygienist appointment (with dentist)

A session with a dentist to give your teeth a simple clean and polish.

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Mouthguard for teeth grinding (bruxism)

An appliance typically worn in the mouth overnight, to prevent teeth grinding.

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Partial upper or lower denture (acrylic)

Removable acrylic false teeth which replace one or a few missing teeth.

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Root canal (back teeth)

A procedure used to treat an infection at the centre of a back tooth.

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Root canal (front teeth)

A procedure used to treat an infection at the centre of a front tooth.

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Simple X-ray

A digital image taken of the inside of the mouth, to help dentists diagnose any underlying problems with the teeth.

Surgical tooth extraction

The removal of a tooth which cannot easily be taken out by a dentist. This treatment is performed by a dental surgeon.

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Teeth whitening (at home kit)

A cosmetic treatment carried out at home, which bleaches the teeth to make them lighter and remove stains.

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Teeth whitening (in practice)

A cosmetic treatment carried out in practice, which bleaches the teeth to make them lighter and remove stains.

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Tooth crown metal (back teeth)

An artificial 'cap', made of metal, which is placed onto the back teeth to protect the tooth from further damage.

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Tooth crown porcelain bonded (back teeth)

An artificial 'cap', made of porcelain material, which fits over the tooth to protect or improve the appearance of the back tooth.

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Tooth crown porcelain bonded (front teeth)

An artificial 'cap', made of porcelain material, which fits over the tooth to protect or improve the appearance of the front tooth.

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Tooth extraction

The removal of a tooth from the mouth which can't be repaired.

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Tooth filling silver (large)

A treatment used to fill cavities in large teeth, where decay is replaced with amalgam to restore damage.

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Tooth filling silver (small)

A treatment used to fill cavities in small teeth, where decay is replaced with amalgam to restore damage.

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Tooth filling white (large)

A treatment used to fill cavities in large teeth, where decay is replaced with a tooth coloured material to restore damage.

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Tooth filling white (small)

A treatment used to fill cavities in small teeth, where decay is replaced with a tooth coloured material to restore damage.

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Tooth crown ceramic

An artificial 'cap', made of ceramic material, which fits over the tooth to protect or improve the appearance of the tooth.

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Composite anterior filling (1 surface)

A tooth coloured filling on the front teeth, used to repair decay, cracks or fractures of the teeth.

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New patient examination

The first dental examination a patient will have with their new dentist, to assess their oral health.

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