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The Dental Suite £ Isle of Dogs 020 7536 9027 The Dental Suite

quote left Extremely professional from the booking receptionist to the actual treatment, I could not have chosen a better dental clinic and dentist. I am so happy after today's surgery, feeling so confidant again. i'm very satisfied. quote right

Opening Hours:
Monday 8:30am - 6.00pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 6.00pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 8.00pm
Thursday 8:30am - 6.00pm
Friday 8:30am until 5.30pm
Open every alternate Saturday from 9am-1.30pm
Closed for Lunch 1:00pm - 2:00pm Monday – Friday
Cancellation Policy

All patients must inform the surgery 1 working day in advance if they need to cancel an appointment. Failure to attend an appointment or give due notice will result in the patient not being able to rebook their appointment until the situation has been discussed with the Practice Manager. Failure to attend or short notice cancellation for Private Dental Treatment will be subject to a pro rata charge of £120.00 per hour.


Here at the Dental Suite @ Docklands we appreciate that understanding treatments and advice can be difficult for those individuals whose first language is not English. We work closely with Tower Hamlets Translation service to allow an interpreter to be made available where required.

Nervous Patients

Fear of the dentist affects one in four, but there are ways to help you control your anxiety

A survey by the British Dental Association found that 25% of people were afraid of visiting the dentist.

Fear of the unknown

As with any type of anxiety, there are varying degrees of fear of the dentist. The most common, and least severe, is simply a fear of the unknown. This may arise if you’ve heard horror stories from other people or you're worried about what could happen.

Dental fear

The next level of fear is dental fear, which is a reaction to a known danger. For example, you may have had a tooth removed and experienced some pain. As a result, you may worry about experiencing it again.

Dental phobia

Dental phobia is similar to dental fear but is more severe. It's often the result of a bad past experience. For some people, dental phobia can be so crippling that simply seeing a toothpaste advert or a dental surgery can cause distress.

Visiting the dentist when you have a phobia

If you need dental treatment or want to register at a dental surgery, the first thing to do is find a suitable dentist who can help with your phobia. Here at the dental suite, we have extensive experience in dealing with dental phobic patients.

Once you're at the surgery, your dentist will take a history to find out why you're frightened. They will work out what needs to be done and explain this carefully. We aim to be sympathetic and prepared to spend time explaining things to you and making you feel at ease.


The Dental Suite @ Docklands is family practice and actively encourages all members of the family to attend. We have no restrictions on who we are able to see and offer NHS dental to all people.


We are a DDA compliant practice with lift access and specially designed dental chairs to allow easy transfers for those less able. In certain circumstances we may be required to refer certain individuals whose disability is severe to community dental services.


We offer a wide variety of appointments including Saturday appointments. Please refer to our contacts page for opening times.

Payment Methods

We offer payment by Debit/Credit Card and Cash. Please note we no longer accept Cheque as method of payment.

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102 Spindrift Ave, Isle of Dogs
London E14 9WU

Call today 020 7536 9027