Who we are
We are a children’s and special care dental service.
We see children and young people who cannot receive treatment from a universal dental service.
Some work may be targeted (short term) other patients with higher needs may be seen more regularly e.g. via appointments made with the special school they attend.
What we do
- dental care to children and adults with special dental care needs.
- oral health promotion programmes in mainstream and special schools.
- oral health promotion advice, information and training to health, education and social professionals, vulnerable groups at health events.
If you have communication needs or need an advocate or interpreter please make this need clear on the referral.
Both advocates and interpreters can be booked if needed.
Record Last Updated on: 09/03/2018
Training and professional qualifications
All clinical dental staff:
- dental therapists and
- dental nurses
...are registered with the General Dental Council. They all hold professional qualifications.
Specialist in Special Care Dentistry dentist available.
Time / Date Details
Time of day
Monday-Friday 8:50 am - 5:00 pm
Closed Bank Holidays
NHS dental charges apply
Free dental treatment for children and young people up to the age of 19 if in full time education
Oral Health Promotion services are free
Who is eligible?
Children and adults with:
- Learning disabilities
- Physical and sensory disabilities
- Mental health problems
- Behaviour problems and ADHD
- Dental phobias and anxiety
- Drug or alcohol addiction problems
- Medically compromised patients
- People who are housebound
- People who have dementia
- Adults and children who are homeless or temporarily housed
What to do if you have a complaint
You can make a complaint in person, directly to the staff member or service.
You can make a complaint by telephone directly to the Customer Care Team, and we will write down your complaint and send you a copy of it.
Contact telephone numbers
Phone: 0300 123 1807
Text: 07899 903499
Lines are open from 8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
You can complain by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unit J, Shearway Road, Folkestone, Kent CT19 4RG
Feedback: You can complete a feedback form which is available at the dental clinic
How to Get Here
Local Bus Numbers: 67, 149, 242, 243, 394
Tube: Hoxton Overground
Disabled parking available: Yes
Parking: Parking available for patients
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