Our new premise is an elegant Victorian building. The interior has been specially designed by an architect to create an environment, which combines both the original features of the building with a contemporary feel, to provide a relaxing atmosphere for both our patients and staff. We have taken every opportunity to consider our patients in the development of both our practice and services.


Contact Details

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  City Croydon
  Postcode CR0 1JB
  Address 98 Park La
  Phone Number 020 8688 8877

  • I would recommend this business

Been coming here since I was a child and they have been amazing given I’m such a nervous patient and have a needle phobia. I have had a range of treatments and really wouldn’t go elsewhere. This is where all my family are registered.

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  • I would recommend this business

Best dentist's I have been treated by, the care and attention you receive before, during and after your treatment really makes you feel at ease.

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From Our Website

Our practice aims to provide you with the ultimate in dental care. Incorporating high quality treatment, which is value for money in a modern, state of the art practice.


Welcome to Park Lane Dental, a well-established dental practice based in Croydon with a reputation for dental excellence. We welcome new patients for private and NHS dentistry and treat patients from Croydon and beyond, with good transport links to London, Brighton and beyond. East Croydon station is a ten minute walk and South Croydon railway station is just 0.4 miles away and there is a pay and display parking available on side roads. We offer general, restorative and cosmetic dentistry, with treatments including dental implants, orthodontics and dental hygiene.


Dental crowns are effectively caps for the teeth, used to repair broken teeth, to improve a tooth's aesthetic appearance (for example if you have a large, discoloured filling), to strengthen teeth weakened by decay or by root canal treatment, and to provide support for other treatments such as bridges or dentures. Crowns can be made from a variety of materials, and some of these are available through the NHS. Materials used include porcelain, glass, tooth-coloured ceramics, gold alloy and porcelain bonded to precious metal.


New patients of all ages are welcome at Park Lane Dental for general, restorative and cosmetic dental treatment. We accept both NHS and private dental patients. This means that our dentists and other staff will be aware of any conditions that may affect your treatment, and also enables us to know a little about your dental health concerns. You will then be taken to meet your dentist. All of our dental team are highly experienced and committed to providing the best patient care. After establishing what has brought you to the practice, your dentist will carry out a thorough examination of your teeth, gums and surrounding structures, including checking for oral cancer as standard.


Root canal treatment (also called Endodontics) is needed when the pulp inside your tooth becomes infected through tooth decay or damaged by an injury to your mouth. This infection may spread through the root canal system, which could eventually lead to an abscess, causing a great deal of discomfort. If root canal treatment is not carried out, the tooth may need to be taken out. Our dentists can perform root canal treatment to stop the infection from spreading and will preserve as much of your tooth as possible.


Your gums are like cushions for your teeth: they surround the teeth in the jaws and help to support them. Looking after your gums is just as important as looking after your teeth. Red and swollen gums that bleed when you brush them could be a sign of gum disease, also known as gingivitis. When gingivitis is left untreated it can develop further into a type of infection known as periodontitis, which affects the entire area surrounding the tooth. A result of this could be losing your tooth so it's vital to avoid.