Award-Winning Dentistry
at Titchfield Dental Health

At Titchfield Dental Health we are proud of our enviable reputation for providing first class patient care by a highly motivated and committed team using the very latest dental techniques.

We aim to treat our patients as we would wish to be treated ourselves. So from the moment of your first contact to completing treatment, we work with genuine concern for our patients' welfare.

Why not give us a call and put us to the test?

A Titchfield Patient is a
Happy Patient

There's nothing like word of mouth to spread the good news!
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Appointments and Emergencies

If you are in pain and require an emergency dentist, please call the practice early in the morning and we will see you on the same day.

01489 581158

For normal appointments and to view our surgery hours, visit our appointments page.


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Our Patients love us

“Clare, a sincere thank you for all your hard work and dedication through my many months of treatment. Thank you for the smile I have wanted since childhood! It was certainly worth the wait. I will miss my frequent visits to you.”
Jenny T
“I would like to thank you all for your help, understanding and patience during my period of treatment. You understood my fear of needles, put my mind at rest, guided me through my treatment for which I feel 100% better...”
Mr D. R
“Since registering with Titchfield Dental Health about 12 years ago I have enjoyed a standard of care that genuinely could scarcely be bettered. From my first contact, the entire staff team has displayed skill, interest, kindness and caring...”
Dianne C
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The Latest from our Blog

Taking a 10,000ft plunge for charity

Huge congratulations to the very courageous Anne, Sharon and Kerrie who took the ultimate leap of faith on Saturday (25th July), by skydiving from over 10,000 feet. Senior Dental Nurse Anne Scholey,…continue reading >

Snack Swaps for a Sugar Free Summer

There’s no doubt about it; sugar is bad for you. The government has launched numerous initiatives to get people to cut down on sugary snacks and help combat the national obesity crisis. But not only is sugar incredibly bad for the waistline, it’s also damaging for your oral health. Here are a few ideas how to ditch the sugar for a healthier summer smile.  Be wary of low-fat products and always check the labels before you buy any packaged food. Manufacturers often replace fat for sugar and salt, so they are actually no better for you in the long run.  Use brown bread, not white. Not only is wholemeal and whole-wheat bread far better for your digestion and has more nutrients, white bread also contains lots of hidden sugars.  Other tooth-friendly foods include nuts, low-sugar yogurts, breadsticks, and raw vegetables such as cucumber and carrot sticks.  Cheese is full of calcium and also helps neutralises acid in the mouth, which helps reduce tooth decay, so it’s great for a snack or after your meals.  Avoid fizzy drinks. They are generally packed full of sugar and many contain up to the equivalent of 8 teaspoons of sugar in one can! Even diet fizzy drinks contain acids that are damaging for the teeth.  Don’t be fooled by fruit juices and smoothies. You may think that because it’s fruit then it’s good for you, but fruit juice contains a high concentration of both acid and naturally-occurring sugars. It’s far better to have whole fruit as you keep the fibre too, or dilute fruit drinks and only have them during mealtimes  Avoid sticky dried fruits such as raisins and apricots as they contain a lot of natural sugar and can cling to the teeth for a long time.  Chew sugar-free gum after your meals as it helps to stimulate the production of saliva, which neutralises acids in the mouth.continue reading >

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