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Chipping Norton Dental Practice was established in 2002. Over this time we have enjoyed steady growth, which led us to move in 2008 into larger premises, just three doors down from our previous dental practice.   

Welcome to Chipping Norton Dental Practice.

Chipping Norton Dental Practice was established in 2002. Over this time we have enjoyed steady growth, which led us to move in 2008 into larger premises, just three doors down from our previous dental practice. Our new dental practice and dedicated dental implant centre, which is housed in an historic building that was once a British School and a recording studio, has undergone a major refurbishment with substantial investment in new surgery equipment, x-ray facilities and computer systems.

Our dedicated, established and loyal team is committed to providing superb, affordable dental care with a thorough yet gentle touch. We have worked hard to build up a reputation of excellence within the community.

We have six dentists at Chipping Norton Dental Practice all of whom are passionate about their work and always strive to improve their knowledge in the ever-changing world of dentistry. Their approach is very informal and they welcome the chance to build a caring and genuinely friendly relationship with their patients. For dental implants Oxfordshire ,visit our dedicated Dental Implants website.

Book an Appointment at our practice. We are open Monday to Thursday 9am - 6pm, and on Friday 9am - 5pm.

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Treatments Available & Prices

To reduce snoring at night, a mandibular advancement device that pushes your lower jaw forward could be the solution. The device is a mouth guard that works by improving air flow when you sleep.   View treatment details

Dental bridges are designed to ‘bridge’ the gap between teeth, when one or more are missing. A bridge is made up of crowns that sit either side of the gap and a false tooth is added into the gap.   View treatment details

Dental Crowns are used to strengthen your existing damaged tooth to protect its functionality. Crowns restore cracked, broken and damaged teeth. They can also be called caps as they often sit over your damaged tooth and protect the outer surface.   View treatment details

Dental Devices for TMJD (condition affecting the temporomandibular joint) are recommended for sufferers as they are designed to stop the discomfort associated with the disorder by helping to align the teeth.   View treatment details

Bruxism is a condition in which you grind or clench your teeth more than usual causing various problems including headaches, tooth wear & damage. Bruxism is usually classified into day time & night time types, the latter often not knowing they do it.   View treatment details

Dentures are used to cover missing teeth and can be removed from your mouth and be put back in whenever you choose. Dentures are created to suit your mouth and can be either full or partial.   View treatment details

A hygienist’s main area of work is to prevent and treat gum disease and this includes professionally cleaning your teeth, sometimes referred to as scaling and polishing, when you visit the dentist or book an appointment specifically to see a hygienist.   View treatment details

Invisalign straightens teeth using a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that are custom-made specifically for your teeth. Invisalign clear aligners are custom-made to fit snugly over the teeth & gently move them, week by week.   View treatment details

Removable braces (clear aligners) is, as the name suggests, different to a regular brace in that it is not affixed to the teeth and are typically worn by adults who would like straighter teeth but don't want the 'train track' fixed metal braces.   View treatment details

Root canal treatment is the term given to the procedure that aims to save the natural tooth following tooth decay and infection of the pulpal tissue. It is sometimes referred to as endodontics.   View treatment details

Sedation can be used for minor surgical procedures or when the patient is highly anxious and nervous. Procedures where sedation is commonly used include the removal of wisdom teeth and medical or cosmetic treatments.   View treatment details

A Smile Makeover involves one or more cosmetic, dental or facial rejuvenation procedures to improve the aesthetics of your smile.   View treatment details

Tooth whitening involves lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. There are several options available depending on how much you wish to spend and whether you would like to visit a dentist or do at home.   View treatment details

Tooth extraction is a process where one or more of your teeth is completely removed from your mouth. It is likely that your dentist will carry out this procedure, but in some cases you may be referred to hospital where a surgeon will carry out the removal   View treatment details

A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain, or a natural coloured composite material, which made to fit over the front surface of your tooth to improve its appearance, shape, or position. If you have badly damaged or crooked teeth, the solution may be a veneer   View treatment details

Composite fillings, otherwise known as white fillings, are used to restore teeth that have decayed. White fillings are also used for cosmetic purposes, changing the colour of the teeth to a more desirable shade.   View treatment details

Reviews (4)

  

Some years ago, due to the close proximity of my sinus to the gum line at the location of the proposed site, my body had "rejected" the procedure. As the…

Some years ago, due to the close proximity of my sinus to the gum line at the location of the proposed site, my body had "rejected" the procedure. As the gap in my teeth gave me some problems and I didn't want a bridge nor denture, I asked if there was a possibility that new technology could overcome the problem. I'm delighted to say that this was the case and we went ahead with the procedure. I had anticipated that the procedure itself would be painful but was pleasantly surprised that there was little discomfort. The outcome has been extremely good. I have no pain nor discomfort with it and no longer have the problem of food getting stuck in the gap. Cosmetically it looks natural as well as supporting the neighbouring teeth. In short, I can highly recommend having a dental implant.

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Best, friendly, customer service I've had anywhere. Can't thank the whole team enough for how they treated my daughter during my appointment.

  

Matthew Emmott has carried out 3 implants for me. He was meticulous in explaining the procedure, what to expect at every stage and took great care to minimise pain. The…

Matthew Emmott has carried out 3 implants for me. He was meticulous in explaining the procedure, what to expect at every stage and took great care to minimise pain. The results are very good and I am very please with my new teeth. The reception staff are friendly, polite and efficient. I recommend Matthew Emmott and the Chipping Norton team highly.

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Meticulous professionalism throughout – ensuring very good results in all respects. I have no hesitation in recommending Matthew to all my friends and colleagues.

Meet the Team

Matthew Emmott
Dentist
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Simon Buxton
Dentist
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Anna Was
Dentist
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Akshay Gulati
Dentist
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Andrew John
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Sahil Thakkar
Dentist
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Rachel Lui
Dentist
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Katerina Rousea
Dentist
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Kajal Patel
Dental Hygienist
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Sara Gardner
Practice Manager
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Chipping Norton Dental Practice
28 New Street,
Chipping Norton

Oxfordshire
OX7 5LJ