Courtrai House Dental Practice is one of Henley-on-Thames’ longest established dental clinics.
At Courtrai House we have been providing professional, high quality, routine and specialist dental care for over 60 years, right in the heart of Henley On Thames.
Our firm belief is that you come first and we ensure to always look out for your best interests as a person and not just another patient. We understand that oral health can be a sensitive subject and a visit to the dentist can make some people anxious. That’s why your comfort is our paramount concern no matter what the treatment or issue.
We focus as much on preventative care as we do on correction so that you can maintain a healthy smile between visits and don’t need further treatment on a regular basis. At Courtrai House we have created a caring environment to ensure you are comfortable and get the dentistry you deserve when problems do occur.
We pride ourselves on a track record of clinic excellence in restorative dentistry, from implants to orthodontics and in routine dentistry including check-ups, pediatric care, teeth cleaning, fillings and much more.
Our personal approach to dentistry is focused on service and founded in expertise. Our patients want to know that they are seeing an experienced dentist, and will be treated in a calm, welcoming environment, supported by the latest technologies available.
We understand the variety of needs our patients have and our clinicians have over 50 years of accumulated experience including extensive post graduate training to be able to perform the most complex dental procedures at a standard that is second to none.
We accept referrals from all over the country and service the wider Oxfordshire area including Reading, Maidenhead, Wallingford, Wokingham and Bracknell, with all new patients welcome!
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