Welcome to Aqua Dental Care, a new dental practice based in Ashington in Northumberland which opened in October 2005. Committed to providing professional dental care in a friendly relaxed environment from the moment you enter the front door. We have three dentists and a dental hygienist along with our nursing and support staff.


Contact Details

  Website
  City Ashington
  Postcode NE63 0HD
  Address 10a Milburn Rd
  Phone Number 016 7081 5327

From Our Website

Dentist W. Jamil Bismil (male) graduated from the University of Manchester in 1998 - BDS (VU Manc). Jamil started at Aqua Dental Care in 2014 after Pat Burgoyne's retirement and has loved his time in Possilpark establishing a good rapport with patients. Jamil has over 20 years' experience as a dentist and is fully committed to providing quality care for all. Janice is the newest member of our team and has taken on the role of Dental Nurse/Receptionist. We provide a comprehensive range of dental treatments including the full spectrum of NHS treatments and cosmetic treatments for all our patients.


Cosmetic dentistry covers everything from changing the shape, colour, position and appearance of teeth. This ranges from using many techniques and treatments such as veneers, bridges, crowns, white fillings, teeth whitening and orthodontics. Although many cosmetic treatments are often not available on the NHS, we still have very affordable private options. If you would like to know more about our great comsetic dentisty offers and options for treatment give our reception staff a call on 0141 336 8002 of fill out our contact form.


We provide a comprehensive range of dental treatments including the full spectrum of NHS treatments and cosmetic treatments for all our patients. Our aim is to ensure long lasting dental health through regular check-ups, advice and treatment when necessary. In a dental check-up appointment, your dentist will examine your teeth, mouth and gums to ensure your mouth is healthy. It's also a chance for them to find any problems you might have. Your dentist may also need to take X-rays of your mouth to check for any hidden problems such as decay and bone loss due to gum disease.