Southend

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Southend

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We are passionate about helping our patients achieve their perfect smile and experience great dental health. Our dental practices, which can be found across the UK, offer a wide range of treatments, provided by our caring and highly professional team. Here at Together Dental Southend we welcome both private and NHS patients.

Djane Jobson, Practice Manager

COVID-19 Update

We can confirm that our practices remain open during the current lockdown. Please attend your appointment as normal.

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About our Southend practice

Our name has changed, but your dental care team hasn’t

Southend Dental Care Group has joined the Together Dental family of practices. Our team provide the highest quality dental treatments in a welcoming and caring environment. Cosmetic dental treatments include orthodontics, Invisalign® clear braces, Smile Design and more complex procedures like dental implants.

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Address

Together Dental Southend
Unit 2-4 Southchurch Road
Southend-on-Sea, Essex
SS1 2NE

Opening Hours

  • Monday08:30-18:30
  • Tuesday08:30-18:30
  • Wednesday08:30-18:30
  • Thursday08:30-18:30
  • Friday08:30-18:30
  • Saturday09:00-13:00
  • SundayClosed

Latest news from Together Dental

Thursday 14th January 2021

Together Dental Trends Report 2021

Read our top 10 smile trends we will see in the coming year. From composite bonding to the wedding delay smile...

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Some of our cosmetic procedures

For our full range, please visit our cosmetics range page

Invisalign – Teeth Straightening

Usually, there is no other way to straighten teeth other than wearing traditional metal braces. The clever thing about Invisalign is that creates a powerful realignment of your teeth with the most non-invasive and subtle technique; you wear either completely invisible braces or sometimes a removable mouth-shield.

The transformative effect Invisalign can have on a person’s confidence and happiness is real and powerful.

Find out more about our Invisalign solution

Dental Implants

In our friendly clinics, we use the best brands to ensure that your implants are the very highest quality and the most technology advanced available.

They look exactly like your other teeth, and more importantly, they perform like your other teeth! That means no more worrying about biting into hard foods. You can go back to eating the tricky chewy food that you love and have been avoiding. You won’t even have to think about that anymore, and we find that makes our clients feel great.

Find out more about our Dental Implants

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12 hours ago

Together Dental

Together Dental is made up of a dedicated team with a shared vision and values. Our people are incredibly skilled, and have spent so many years training and sharing their knowledge. At the same time we all recognise that the local community is at the very heart of every dental practice, and that we should always remain a valued community resource.

We want to introduce you to some of the wonderful people who make our team great and here about their career journeys. Meet Dr Aditi Patel:

Aditi grew up Eastbourne, Sussex and has been part of the Together Dental for 14 years. She trained at Barts and Royal London University and is a Member of Royal College of Surgeons. She has taught overseas dentists to qualify for their ORE examinations. She was a Senior House Officer at Barts and the Royal London hospital in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery where she experienced facial trauma surgery, head, neck and oral surgery and also became skilful in complexities of dental extractions. Following this Aditi spent a year here as a senior house officer in Restorative dentistry furthering her skills in this field.

She says; “I have been lucky enough to have a fantastic career already working in dental academia. I love restorative dentistry and have worked with complex extractions of curved roots and other very difficult cases. It is all great experience because when I come to manage really complex conditions then everything in day to day practice seems so much easier!”

“I have trained under, and worked with some of the most renowned, experienced consultant dental surgeons in the UK. I reached a point where I wanted to come back into general practice to build stronger and more-long term relationships with my patients and offer my skills back to people in the community. I’m a people person and always liked the practice setting and because of my experience I can give my patients the very best clinical and academic information.”

“I made such a right decision choosing Together Dental. Since then they have just been so lovely. Sanjay and Mayur made things so smooth in any transitions and practice upgrades that we have gone through. It’s a testament to their ethical values and ways of working that we have such a supportive and constructive atmosphere throughout.”

“In every meeting that I have with Mayur (Clinical Director) he always tells me something new and interesting. They are always looking forward, it’s always positive, and I have always felt very much supported throughout my time here.”

“You don’t always get business owners like that really. I feel like they are my dental family. Even though I may not speak to them all of the time I know that they are there, which is very important in dentistry.”

“As a dentist we do have to keep up to date. Together Dental provide me with basic things like CPR and webinars, through to further training, they are proactive in looking for great new up to date education and furthering our skills which is great for the dental team.”

“Because I have been in my practice for a long time, I feel I have created rapport and trust organically with my patients during this time. This has meant that many more attend regularly and so they become dentally fit. It’s lovely to have dentists that stay for a long time. Patients like the continuity and it’s better for their dental health.”

“If I wasn’t a dentist, I would work in something creative or be an artist. Being a dentist is a fantastic career because it’s a healing profession. Pain is the worst thing a person can have so to heal and get people out of pain is a spiritual gift and important to me. Being a dentist is scientific but also a form of art too.”

“In this profession you have control over your career and progression. I feel like I high achieved a lot and have surpassed many of my male contemporaries. For younger dentists they are going to get a lot of support, make a lot of dental colleagues that become friends to take forward throughout life which is nice. They will also be in a great atmosphere to progress their dental career. I often give advice to more junior dentists. We are all here to help each other.”
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Together Dental is made up of a dedicated team with a shared vision and values. Our people are incredibly skilled, and have spent so many years training and sharing their knowledge. At the same time we all recognise that the local community is at the very heart of every dental practice, and that we should always remain a valued community resource. 

We want to introduce you to some of the wonderful people who make our team great and here about their career journeys. Meet Dr Aditi Patel: 
 
Aditi grew up Eastbourne, Sussex and has been part of the Together Dental for 14 years. She trained at Barts and Royal London University and is a Member of Royal College of Surgeons. She has taught overseas dentists to qualify for their ORE examinations. She was a Senior House Officer at Barts and the Royal London hospital in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery where she experienced facial trauma surgery, head, neck and oral surgery and also became skilful in complexities of dental extractions. Following this Aditi spent a year here as a senior house officer in Restorative dentistry furthering her skills in this field.
 
She says; “I have been lucky enough to have a fantastic career already working in dental academia. I love restorative dentistry and have worked with complex extractions of curved roots and other very difficult cases. It is all great experience because when I come to manage really complex conditions then everything in day to day practice seems so much easier!”
 
“I have trained under, and worked with some of the most renowned, experienced consultant dental surgeons in the UK. I reached a point where I wanted to come back into general practice to build stronger and more-long term relationships with my patients and offer my skills back to people in the community. I’m a people person and always liked the practice setting and because of my experience I can give my patients the very best clinical and academic information.”
 
“I made such a right decision choosing Together Dental. Since then they have just been so lovely. Sanjay and Mayur made things so smooth in any transitions and practice upgrades that we have gone through. It’s a testament to their ethical values and ways of working that we have such a supportive and constructive atmosphere throughout.”
 
“In every meeting that I have with Mayur (Clinical Director) he always tells me something new and interesting. They are always looking forward, it’s always positive, and I have always felt very much supported throughout my time here.”
 
“You don’t always get business owners like that really. I feel like they are my dental family. Even though I may not speak to them all of the time I know that they are there, which is very important in dentistry.”
 
“As a dentist we do have to keep up to date. Together Dental provide me with basic things like CPR and webinars, through to further training, they are proactive in looking for great new up to date education and furthering our skills which is great for the dental team.”
 
“Because I have been in my practice for a long time, I feel I have created rapport and trust organically with my patients during this time. This has meant that many more attend regularly and so they become dentally fit. It’s lovely to have dentists that stay for a long time. Patients like the continuity and it’s better for their dental health.”
 
“If I wasn’t a dentist, I would work in something creative or be an artist. Being a dentist is a fantastic career because it’s a healing profession. Pain is the worst thing a person can have so to heal and get people out of pain is a spiritual gift and important to me. Being a dentist is scientific but also a form of art too.”
 
“In this profession you have control over your career and progression. I feel like I high achieved a lot and have surpassed many of my male contemporaries. For younger dentists they are going to get a lot of support, make a lot of dental colleagues that become friends to take forward throughout life which is nice. They will also be in a great atmosphere to progress their dental career. I often give advice to more junior dentists. We are all here to help each other.”

4 days ago

Together Dental

Regular hygienist treatments play a vital role in protecting your oral health. Giving you a sparkling clean smile and fresh breath, as well as spotting any issues before they become serious. Book your hygiene appointment today www.together.dental/treatments/hygiene-airpolish/ ... See MoreSee Less

Regular hygienist treatments play a vital role in protecting your oral health. Giving you a sparkling clean smile and fresh breath, as well as spotting any issues before they become serious. Book your hygiene appointment today www.together.dental/treatments/hygiene-airpolish/

7 days ago

Together Dental

We want to reassure you that we are here to give you the care that you need, and we are taking all of the safety precautions that we can to safeguard health. Here’s what to expect at your next appointment:

Before you attend:
We need to know if you are an NHS identified vulnerable or shielded person. We’ll ask you to fill in a form in advance to let us know any medical history to ensure that you’ve got the right sort of appointment
· Please come on your own unless you are with a child or vulnerable person who needs support
· Visit the toilet before you leave as access to our facilities will be restricted
· Have some light refreshments as we might not be able to provide anything like this
· Brush your teeth

Please bring with you:
· Minimal personal items
· Your face covering or mask
· We will store your personal items (coat and bag) during your appointment so please bring a large plastic bag if you would like to or we will provide storage

We have limited space when you arrive at the practice, so:
· Be aware that we may lock the front door to limit numbers inside the practice. If that’s the case when you arrive we will be expecting you, so either knock or telephone our reception and we will come out to collect you
· Try to arrive on time, and if you are early please wait in your car, or outside

COVID19 checks:
· When you come in, we’ll check again if you or any of your family have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been contacted by the NHS tracing system or are self- isolating.
· Just so you know we are conducting daily assessments on every team member to ensure that anyone who shows any signs or symptoms remains at home.

Inside the practice:
· We will invite you to wash your hands or use hand sanitiser.
· We will do this frequently, and as lead you through the practice we will ensure that social distancing is maintained at all times!
· We have limited the amount of admin and support staff within the practice. There are less people than usual and anyone present will be wearing different types of Personal Protective Equipment for their different roles
· Your belongings will be stored away

Other important information:
· In between patients’ appointments we complete a thorough decontamination, infection control and sterilisation process of the surgery
· When you see your dentist, therapist or hygienist for your appointment, they will confirm your medical history and carry out an ‘on the day’ risk assessment and consent process. We are trying to minimise you having to fill in too many physical forms so we will ask many questions and record these to your records
· At the end of the treatment any payment will be taken with a contactless payment and we’ll ask you to use hand sanitiser before leaving
· We look forward to seeing you – safely! Please remember please cancel your appointment if you or any of your family have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been contacted by the NHS tracing system or are self- isolating
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We want to reassure you that we are here to give you the care that you need, and we are taking all of the safety precautions that we can to safeguard health. Here’s what to expect at your next appointment: 

Before you attend:
We need to know if you are an NHS identified vulnerable or shielded person. We’ll ask you to fill in a form in advance to let us know any medical history to ensure that you’ve got the right sort of appointment 
·      Please come on your own unless you are with a child or vulnerable person who needs support
·      Visit the toilet before you leave as access to our facilities will be restricted 
·      Have some light refreshments as we might not be able to provide anything like this
·      Brush your teeth 

Please bring with you:
·      Minimal personal items
·      Your face covering or mask
·      We will store your personal items (coat and bag) during your appointment so please bring a large plastic bag if you would like to or we will provide storage

We have limited space when you arrive at the practice, so:
·      Be aware that we may lock the front door to limit numbers inside the practice. If that’s the case when you arrive we will be expecting you, so either knock or telephone our reception and we will come out to collect you
·      Try to arrive on time, and if you are early please wait in your car, or outside

COVID19 checks:
·      When you come in, we’ll check again if you or any of your family have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been contacted by the NHS tracing system or are self- isolating.
·      Just so you know we are conducting daily assessments on every team member to ensure that anyone who shows any signs or symptoms remains at home.

Inside the practice:
·      We will invite you to wash your hands or use hand sanitiser. 
·      We will do this frequently, and as lead you through the practice we will ensure that social distancing is maintained at all times!
·      We have limited the amount of admin and support staff within the practice. There are less people than usual and anyone present will be wearing different types of Personal Protective Equipment for their different roles
·      Your belongings will be stored away 

Other important information:
·      In between patients’ appointments we complete a thorough decontamination, infection control and sterilisation process of the surgery 
·      When you see your dentist, therapist or hygienist for your appointment, they will confirm your medical history and carry out an ‘on the day’ risk assessment and consent process. We are trying to minimise you having to fill in too many physical forms so we will ask many questions and record these to your records 
·      At the end of the treatment any payment will be taken with a contactless payment and we’ll ask you to use hand sanitiser before leaving
·      We look forward to seeing you – safely! Please remember please cancel your appointment if you or any of your family have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been contacted by the NHS tracing system or are self- isolating
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