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If you have an enquiry or wish to make an appointment please use the contact form to the left and one of our team will contact you to arrange an appointment or to answer your query.

Alternatively you can always call the practice on 01425 277245

All patients requiring emergency advice out of hours should call the practice number (01425 277 245).

There will be an answer phone message detailing the telephone number of our local on call service which is provided by dentists from Christchurch, Bournemouth & Poole areas.

The Hoburne Difference

Private Dental Practice in Christchurch

Our Philosophies

We carry out our dentistry in a relaxed environment and ensure our patients get the most from our time dedicated to achieving high quality work.

We believe that preservation of as much of each individual tooth for as long as possible is the best long term strategy for maintaining a healthy dentition for life.

We have a philosophy of minimally 'invasive' but with maximum predictability. It is also important to 'do unto others as would have done by ourselves' in the same situation.

There are other examples where more tooth friendly approaches can be taken - we will always discuss these options with you before undertaking any treatment.


New Patients - Welcome to Hoburne!

We will do our best to make every visit to the practice as pleasant as possible. You will normally receive a courtesy call the day before your visit, or for those patients that request it we can send out a Text Message 2 working days before your visit. On your first visit to the practice we will ask you to complete a new patient form and medical history declaration, it would be helpful if you could arrive 10 minutes early to allow time to complete this form. Alternatively the form can be downloaded by clicking on the links below. Please complete the form and bring it with you for your first appointment.

Once in the surgery your dentist will examine the following areas:

  • The facial muscles and jaw joints.
  • The soft tissues inside your mouth to screen for oral cancer.
  • The teeth, any fillings crowns, bridges, dentures or implants.
  • The way in which your teeth meet and glide over each other.
  • The health of the gums and check for the presence of any gum disease.