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2A Hurst Park Ave, Cambridge CB4 2AE, UK – 01223 356765
I was referred to the endodontic specialist at Hurst Park Dental Practice with a severe root infection, after having received root canal treatment at a different Dental Practice. Although the delay in referral by my previous dentist had exacerbated the condition, Hurst Park dealt with the problem efficiently, painlessly and effectively. They saved my tooth! What more can I say except a very heartfelt thank you. I would definitely recomment Hurst Park Dental Practice.
I had to have quite a lot of dentistry work in 2013. Loose and broken bridges needed to be replaced. Stephen was able to replace the bridges by putting in implants. The temporary dentures were amazing but the implants are brilliant. You cannot tell the difference between the implanted teeth and my real teeth. The colour match is unbelievable. There was no discomfort during the treatment or the healing process. My implants are stillI serving me well. No problems what-so-ever. I cannot praise Stephen highly enough for the standard of his work.....and he plays really good music in the surgery while you are in the chair.
66 Station Rd, Histon, Cambridge CB24 9LF, UK – 01223 236799
I have been attending this surgery for several years. I can often get an appointment quite soon after I call. I am very satisfied with the work done. They have not tried to 'sell' me expensive treatments.
The dentists themselves are good - four stars. They're let down by the receptionists who are difficult to deal with, for example you need a filling replaced but they will only book a short appointment, so you end up having to visit twice. And if you need an emergency you'll be lucky to get anything quickly. You can wait a long time in reception to be seen, and there's no wifi for patients. There is a car park, and it's convenient to get to if you live/work on the north side of Cambridge.
50 Metcalfe Rd, Cambridge CB4 2DD, UK – 01223 354176
My husband and I cannot fault our treatment