We believe prevention is better than cure. Detecting dental problems early reduces the extent of treatment required and minimises your expense. Our skilled team look after the health of our community by getting you dentally fit and keeping you that way... for life.
A preventative approach – we encourage regular checkups and hygiene procedures. If problems are found early, they may be easier to treat, with more long term success.
Modern dental methods – this means we can maintain dental health as well as achieve cosmetically pleasing results for your teeth to look and feel their best. We work with specialist teams to provide a full mouth solution for complex cases.
The best materials and equipment – we use white mercury-free fillings, and digital x-rays, which reduce radiation exposure by up to 80%. Our whitening procedures generate long-lasting results and have been used extensively in the United States.
Make dental treatment as painless as possible – we want to alleviate fears of coming to the dentist, and use a gentle approach.
Charge reasonable prices.
Look after the local community, the children, the elderly, and nervous patients. With a special interest in children, we use a pro-active preventative approach. This includes applying Fluoride Varnish to teeth every 6 months from the age of 3 as advised by the Department of Health Guidelines for Delivering Better Oral Health. Our aim is to develop good dental habits that will continue for life.
We plan to be here for years to come and enjoy helping our neighbourhood.
Our general health is more important now than ever before. Working with your dentist to ensure your dental health is the best it can be is vital for your overall wellbeing.
Oral hygiene forms an essential part of our preventative ethos at Olsen's. Your gums are just as important as your teeth and are crucial for positive overall dental health.
From whitening to straightening; cosmetic dentistry offers new and exciting ways to enhance your smile. We believe in conserving your teeth safely and professionally.
Dental implants are the most advanced way to replace missing teeth. At Olsen's Dental we offer a FREE Dental Implant consultation to advise you on your options.
Hooria is the Principal Dentist at Olsen’s Dental Practice and has over 25 years of experience. She graduated from Cardiff Dental School in 1993 and worked in hospital dentistry as an Oral Surgeon for a few years before moving into general dental practice. She started Olsen’s Dental Practice in July 2005.
She is especially passionate about Orthodontic Treatments (Braces) and completed her 1-year Advanced Course in Orthodontics at the IAS Academy In London in November 2017. She is now a Clinical Mentor and Instructor at the IAS Orthodontic Academy in the UK for Fixed Braces.
Always keen to learn and progress, she has also completed courses in Implant Dentistry, Cosmetic/Restorative Dentistry and Invisalign® Braces. She completed her further training in Straumann® Implant Dentistry in 2013. She acquired her Certificate in Cosmetic Dentistry and Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry (Sept 2008) and has been certified to provide Invisalign (Clear Braces) since 2009. Hooria is particularly sensitive with nervous patients and children. She has also been a member of the British Dental Association (BDA) for many years.
When not practising dentistry, she spends her time playing in a local rock band, reading books and spending time with her teenage children, husband, friends and family.
Irene is the Associate Dentist at Olsens, and has worked with Hooria for the past year having previously worked in a number of establishments in London and Manchester. She moved to the UK, having grown up in Toronto from a family of dental practitioners, so teeth are in her blood, so to speak...
Having graduated from the University of Valencia in 2014, she developed a special interest in periodontics. After graduating Irene entered a clinical attachment in the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at the University Hospital in Bochum Germany.
Irene regularly attends conferences and training to keep up with the latest advances in Dentistry. In particular she has a special interest in periodontics, preventative and minimally invasive dentistry. She has maintained long standing relationships with patients and she has a special interest in providing support for those with a nervous disposition when receiving treatment.
Alongside her dental training, Irene also has a passion for facial aesthetic medicine and has undertaken extensive training in advanced facial contouring with dermal fillers and wrinkle-relaxing injections. That being said, much like in dentistry, her aim is to enhance ones natural beauty without achieving artificial looking results.
She also loves travel – exploring new cities; the arts, food and culture. Having played tennis to a high junior standard, she is still a big fan of the sport and, like all Canadians, ask her anything about maple syrup and hockey.
Joanna is our receptionist. She has 7 years experience in customer service. She is highly professional and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about working with people.
Outside of work, Joanna enjoys travelling, dancing, swimming and bowling.
In the current situation as you can imagine we have incurred considerably increased costs. These occur especially in sourcing PPE and for our treatment procedures, as our restrictions mean that the time taken per procedure will be longer. In order to stay afloat, we will need to apply a PPE charge of £10 per appointment for non-AGP procedures. This includes check-ups, hygiene appointments, extractions, and simple fillings that do not use the fast motors.
For the more complex treatments which require additional PPE and further waiting times between appointments, there will be a charge of £30 per appointment. This will all be planned and discussed with you beforehand and the fee policy will be revised periodically, as the restrictions ease.
We are sorry for the additional charges, as we know this has not been an easy time for many of us. We as a private practice received absolutely no support from the government, no grants at all, and have had to refinance to keep our business afloat. We are really keen to continue to support you in the long term, and I hope that these measures are short term pains for long term gains.
We are also in the process of rolling out our in-house maintenance plan. This will give you an easier way to afford the costs of treatment by paying on a monthly basis. The plans will be available to patients who are dentally fit, and not currently under a course of treatment. These plans offer good savings on our current prices and help our business too in that they help us to meet our escalating monthly costs.
We hope you understand the changes in fees and that we wanted to be as transparent with you as possible.
Once you have seen your dentist and agreed to accept your treatment plan, when you book any appointment of 60 mins or more, we request you leave a £100 deposit per hour of time booked. This is a non-refundable deposit if you choose not to attend the appointment.
Deposits are honoured using our normal cancellation procedure.
When you book your hygienist appointment we will need to take full payment for the appointment.
Full payment is needed in order for her precious time to be scheduled most efficiently. This will help you to actually get the appointment time you require easier.
We are no longer able to accept cheques. This is due to our bank stopping processing them.
Appointments cancelled less than 2 working days (48 hours) beforehand, will attract a charge, and deposits will be retained by the practice, regardless of the reason for cancellation.
All hygiene appointments made will be paid for in advance at the point of booking, with a credit card, debit card or in cash. This is due to a recent high number of short-notice cancellations and failed appointments. These are very costly and destructive to our practice.
However, we have decided to keep our prices at our current level, as it seems unfair to penalise our patients who are good attenders, by raising our prices to cover the cost of these failed appointments.
We respectfully request your understanding and co-operation in this matter.
Please note that if a minimum of 48 hours cancellation notice is given, the payment will be allocated to your next booking or refunded in full.
New Patient Exam £85 inc. x-rays
Routine Adult £75
Child £45 (0-8 yrs) £55 (8-17 yrs)
Small X-Rays £14 each
Panoral X-Rays £85
£48 for 20 mins (children only)
£68 for 30 mins session
£95 for 45 mins session
Buccal from £120
Small (1 surface) from £180
Medium (2 surfaces) from £225
Large (3+ surfaces) from £250
Milk Teeth from £80
Adult teeth from £120
Fissure sealants from £60
£550 Laser Whitening (Home kit included)
£350 Home Whitening
Porcelain Bonded Crown from £800
Zirconia Crown (All white) from £800
Gold Crown £850
Single Canal From £500
2 Canals from £585
Multi Canal From £650
From £120 (Kids)
From £250 (Adults)
Surgical Extraction From £300
Prices start from £2,600 per unit
Deposit required to secure all bookings.