The Ilchester Dental Practice welcomes you.

What makes us different at The Ilchester Dental Practice is that our dedicated team’s approach is holistically patient centred and includes providing up to date cosmetic and preventative treatments such as  dental implants, crowns, bridges, advanced dentures, white fillings and teeth whitening to name a few.

Our tailored approach to dentistry ensures personalised care with the highest levels of service combined with expert knowledge, you can have every confidence in receiving the very best treatment and patient care.

Our first rate dental services are conveniently located in Yeovil. Our experienced dentists, along with the rest of the team,  work together, using the latest technology  to provide the best dental care and techniques. Patients are fully catered to thanks to our wide range of dental services and procedures.

The Ilchester Dental Practice is registered by the Care Quality Commission and is proud to be accredited with the British Dental Association Good Practice scheme.


A Night at the Theatre

The team here at Ilchester were fortunate enough to attend an event to the theatre to watch our patient , Marty Webb. What a performance it was. Afterwards we all went to dinner with her. She had her CFAST lower braces removed the day before. A happy patient and a great day out.

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Toothbrushes v Toothpaste

It’s easy to spend a small fortune on toothpaste. But surprisingly there’s little difference between budget products and premium brands. We suggest that you scrimp on toothpaste, but splash out on your toothbrush. The key thing for healthy teeth is fluoride, which makes tooth enamel more resistant to acid attack and in turn decay, and […]

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Research links diabetes to mouth cancer

People with diabetes are at ‘significantly’ greater risk of developing head and neck cancer, according to new research. The study discovered that groups of patients with diabetes are almost 50 per cent more likely to develop the disease compared to those without diabetes. In the UK, 3.2 million people have diabetes. A further 630,000 people […]

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