about HEMPER LANE

Hemper Lane dental practice was established over 60 years ago by Mr Bain and acquired by Dr Aditya Singh in 2016 when the previous owner retired. The practice is located in pleasant surroundings halfway along Hemper Lane. There is ample free parking on surrounding roads and the practice is served by the No.76 bus. There is limited disabled access with a ramp to the front of the building and the downstairs surgery may be accessed without stairs allowing wheelchair access. Alternative arrangements can be discussed with the practice.

 

HEMPER LANE accessibility

The practice is located in pleasant surroundings halfway along Hemper Lane. There is ample free parking on surrounding roads and the practice is served by the No.76 bus. There is limited disabled access with a ramp to the front of the building and the downstairs surgery may be accessed without stairs allowing wheelchair access. Alternative arrangements can be discussed with the practice.

 

what WE OFFER

We provide a full range of NHS dental services and also a wide range of private dental services such as dental implants, short-term orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry including private tooth coloured fillings, private crowns and dentures including flexible dentures and chrome dentures.

 

 

HEMPER LANE expectations

We expect patients to treat staff with courtesy and respect, the same as you would expect from us. Harassment of staff, which may include violence, or abuse, including offensive language will not be tolerated. Action may be taken including deregistration from the practice.

Please telephone the practice for advice if you need to be seen urgently. We offer a limited number of daily emergency appointments, you need to be a regular attendee to qualify for one of these appointments. Same day emergency appointments are available on a ‘first come first served’ basis. Please telephone the practice as early as possible, preferably at 8:50 am to secure an appointment.

 

If you require urgent dental care outside of normal surgery hours please telephone 111.

Our telephone lines open at 8:50 each morning. If you have made an appointment which you find you cannot keep, please give at least 24 hours’ notice so this appointment can be offered to another patient.

 

Missing appointments wastes time and resources. We reserve the right not to offer further appointments to patients who miss their appointment without reasonable notice