Billericay Dental Care

01277 625456 Billericay Dental Care, Crown Yard, High Street , BILLERICAY, Essex, CM12 9BX

5 out of 5 stars

Based on 57 ratings for this dentist


  • Oral Hygiene Instructions
  • New Endodontic Service at Billericay Dental Care


We provide quality NHS general dentistry, with first rate clinicians who are focussed on patient-centric delivery. 

Additionally, we provide a full range of advanced and specialist services not currently available under NHS, such as  implants, dental hygiene sessions, aesthetics, endo and ortho (including teeth straightening). 

Patients can have quality NHS and private treatments under one roof, as well as complete flexibility to switch between the two as necessary.   


Opening times

Monday 09:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Last verified on 30/04/2017

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Oral Hygiene Instructions

Oral Hygiene Instruction

Good oral health is important to your overall well-being.  Your oral health is recognised to be a good marker of your general well-being.

 Daily preventive care, including proper brushing and flossing, will help stop problems before they develop.  This should be supplemented with regular dentist and hygienist visits.  But do not be fooled into believing they should be every 6 months for all!  The recall is individual to your oral hygiene at that particular visit.  We follow UK government recognised and validated recall protocols, so you see the dentist as often as is clinically necessary.

 If your gums do hurt or bleed while brushing or flossing, or you are experiencing persistent bad breath, see your dentist. Any of these conditions may indicate a problem.  Early detection is vital in maintaining good oral health. 

  • Brush your teeth for 2 minutes twice a day with a toothpaste containing 1450 ppm fluoride

  • It is most importan to brush your teeth last thing at night, you should also ideally brush before breakfast but you can choose another time in the day

  • Use an electric tooth brush - There have been various studies to show electric toothbrushing is far superior to manual brushing.  It doesn't matter which brush you choose.  If you see us at Billericay Dental Care we can advise you on the most suitable electric brush for you

  • If you do use a manual toothbrush it should have a small head with soft filaments

  • Have a hygienist check your tooth brushing and flossing technique.  There is more to it then you may realise

  • Appropriately sized interdental brushes are essential for those with gaps between their teeth no matter how small

  • Floss and correct sized ID brushes should be used every night before brushing, because by brushing we remove only 60% of plaque and bacteria. The remaining 40% is between teeth which can’t be removed by toothbrush. Therefore we need to use ID cleaning

  • Spit out after brushing and do not rinse

  • Replace your toothbrush every three months or sooner if the bristles are frayed/splayed

  • Clean your tongue every morning after brushing.  You can buy special tongue cleaners from your hygienist

  • The frequency and amount of sugary food and drinks should be limited to meal times, sugars should not be consumed more than 4 times per day

  • Smoking is harmful for both your general as well as your oral health and can damage ligaments and tissues between tooth and gum

  • Alcohol: reduce consumption to moderate recommended level (Female: up to 2-3  units/day   Male: up to 3-4 units/day), 2 days free from alcohol for everyone

  • Visit your dentist/hygienist regularly for professional cleanings and oral exams

Last updated on 15 June 2017.

New Endodontic Service at Billericay Dental Care

root canal treatment

Root Canal Treatment is a method by which a dentist removes infection from within the tooth.  This treatment can stop you forming a painful abcess and can save you from a dental extraction and subsequent implant.

Last updated on 18 January 2017.

Is this practice accepting new NHS patients?

  • Children (up to the age of 18) 
  • Adults (18 and over) 
  • Adults entitled to free dental care 

Last verified 7 days ago

Understanding NHS dental charges

Urgent NHS dental appointments

  • Urgent care appointments offered 

Key facts

Friends and Family test: Dentist

100%Patients would recommend this dentist.

Number of responses

15Patients responded.

Latest reviews of this dental practice

Extremely friendly and professional

So after not having been to a dentist for nearly 8 years I plucked up the courage to register with this practice. The receptionists were ...

11 October 2017

Top practice

I have used this practice for my regular six monthly check-ups; with the dentist together with a session with the hygienist: then any fol...

18 August 2017


I had a temporary filling done on Thursday 6th July at a cost of £40. I had significant pain on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday- tra...

12 July 2017

Dental treatment june 2017

I can thoroughly recommend this dental practice. The reception staff were friendly and competent and the dental treatment first class

18 June 2017

Great service

Very friendly, respectful and considerate practise. Would definitely recommend.

31 May 2017

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Last updated on 12 November 2017.

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