At our dental practice in Peterborough, Cambs, you'll find a warm welcome and our dental care standards are second to none. From the moment you enter the practice you will see and feel the difference. The reception is bright, smart and efficient and patient seating areas soothing and relaxing. Chilled spring water, tea or coffee are available. The principal dentist is Martin Fallowfield BChd DGDP RCS UK.


Contact Details

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  City Peterborough
  Postcode PE1 2SS
  Address 87A Princes Street
  Phone Number 017 3356 0700

From Our Website

Denplan Care is the route chosen by most of our patients: a monthly fee set according to your dental history covers all necessary treatment other than cosmetic improvement and any laboratory fees ( for items made outside your mouth). Denplan Essentials is a maintenance plan that covers basic examinations and scaling and polishing -All that most of our patients need in most years. Practice membership costs only 5.00 per month and gives you access to all of Denplan's insured benefits plus a 10% discount on all our fees (unlike Denplan Care it does not cover the costs of any treatments provided other than those covered by insurance).


Implant treatment normally has two stages. First, the implant is placed in the jaw. Then, when the jaw has healed, replacement teeth are attached to the implant. In some situations it is possible for temporary teeth to be attached to an implant at the time of fitting. First, you should decide whether implants could be right for you. Contact us to arrange an implant consultation and discussion and we will let you know the possibilities. Our team will be only too happy to help you with any questions you may have.


Composite filing materials (used for most white fillings) have developed hugely in the last few years and are now used as the preferred technique of many cosmetic dentists. Composite build ups or layering can use a whole range of colours of material and densities to mimic natural teeth. In our case we use 3M Supreme material. The technique is very dependent on the skill and the 'eye' of the dentist as no technician is involved. The changes can be made in one visit and do not usually require impressions.


We have installed the very latest state-of-the-art equipment and the most comfortable treatment chairs (you won't want to get out), to make the visit as stress-free as possible. Screens set into the ceiling allow you to watch specially imported calming DVDs of oceans, Africa or footage from the Hubble space telescope and Space Shuttle missions. These same screens allow us to show you your X-rays instantly. New digital filmless X-ray technology, which is also ultra low dosage (less than a quarter of normal film based systems) now means no waiting for processing and even greater safety.


Veneers are thin, custom-made shells crafted of tooth-coloured materials designed to cover the front side of teeth to improve the overall appearance of teeth. Patients should be aware that this is usually an irreversible process because it's necessary to remove a small amount of enamel from your teeth to accommodate the shell.


Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean to prevent dental problems, most commonly, dental cavities, gingivitis, and bad breath. Normally if you need to see our hygienist you would have to be referred by Martin our dentist. By law he would have had to prescribe a scale & polish appointment. From the 1st May 2013 this is no longer the law. All our patients and those that do not attend our practice can make an appointment to see Juliette or Jacqui our hygienist without seeing Martin.


A crown is a cap that is placed over a tooth and held in place by dental adhesive or cement. Crowns can be made from a variety of materials. They can be made from plastic, ceramic or metal alloys. A combination of metal and ceramic is also possible to maximise strength and simulate the appearance of natural teeth. Firstly, a thorough clinical examination is conducted with radiographs, by the dentist. The suitability for crowns is assessed and any preparatory work is carried out. Your dentist will also be able to advise on material choices, treatment sequence and any other concerns you may have.