61 Dental is a state-of-the-art modern dental practice based in Gatley, Stockport. Using the latest advances in dental technology, we are proud to offer a wide range of preventative, general and cosmetic dental procedures.
The practice is open from 8.30am-5.30pm Monday to Thursday, and from 8.30am-2.30pm on Fridays. Our building is fully wheelchair accessible and is fully DDA compliant, with advanced treatment facilities at ground floor level. Our staff are always ready to assist if you have any accessibility concerns.
At 61 Dental we are proud to treat every patient as an individual. You can rest assured that we will only ever recommend treatments that are evidence-based, so you won't be sold unnecessary or untried dental-treatments-gatley. At your first appointment we'll conduct a thorough assessment of your individual needs, including clinical needs and your personal wishes for cosmetic treatment.
To aid our diagnosis, we use the latest technologies, including digital x-rays and miniature intra-oral cameras to help spot problems at an early stage. This means that many problems can be treated swiftly, before they become more serious and thus more complex and expensive to treat. Use of these technologies is all included in your initial consultation fee.
After your initial check-up, we will offer you a recommended treatment plan, including options based on your personal preferences, including cosmetic concerns and cost. We will also provide more complex cases with a written report.
After completion of an initial recommended treatment course, patients will be eligible to join our Dental Care Plan, which enables you to spread the cost of many dental dental-treatments-gatley.
For patients who are nervous about visiting the dentist, we offer a full range of sedation options. Fear is the biggest factor for putting off visiting the dentist, but that means problems will only get worse. If nerves are preventing you from seeking dental treatment, why not speak to one of our caring team today to discuss options for sedation?