33 Beaumont Street in has been an exclusively private practice since it was founded at the same city centre address in 1946. Principal Dr Tim Haywood joined the practice founder, the late Dr Malcolm Graham, in 1978 becoming the sole owner in 1986. Advances in dentistry have to lead to increased specialisation which is reflected in the post graduate qualifications of our dentists. Over recent years we have expanded our service with the objective of providing full specialist support to other practitioners in the region. We offer the highest standards of treatment both to our core patients and those referred from other practices.
|Address||33 Beaumont St|
|Phone Number||018 6555 7933|
From Our Website
We are a private general practice and specialist referral centre based in Oxford city centre. We offer a full range of general and specialist dentistry to new and existing patients and to patients referred to us by their dentists. We hope our site provides useful information both to patients and referring colleagues. Take a look around. You can read about our range of services and our staff, as well as some detailed information on dentistry and the services we offer. We believe that the oral health of our patients is of key importance.
General Dentistry at 33 Beaumont Street includes all routine care. Initial consultation begins with thorough and accurate diagnosis. Our aim is to preserve and enhance oral health and maintain healthy teeth and gums. To this end we source the best materials and use highly skilled dental technicians with the aim of achieving long-lasting and durable results. We continue to build on the foundations of the practice founder, Dr Malcolm Graham, who was a very skilled practitioner with exceptional standards.
Our team of experienced hygienists are very competent at providing routine dental hygiene services. As well as supporting our general dental practitioners and their patients, they also work in close cooperation with the specialist periodontist in the practice, whose patients often have special needs in this area.
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root, placed into your jaw, which holds a replacement tooth or bridge. They are often more 'tooth saving' than traditional treatments since they do not rely on neighbouring teeth for support. Implants feel like your own teeth. They integrate into the structure of your bone and prevent loss of the bone after a tooth is removed. The quality of the adjacent teeth is not sacrificed because they do not have to be cut with the drill to provide support for a conventional bridge.
There are presently no vacancies at 33 Beaumont Street, but we are constantly seeking motivated, driven and caring individuals to join our team. If you wish to be considered or enquire for any potential roles please send your CV and cover letter to Chelsea Bennett.