Practice information



  09.00am to 12.40pm - 14.00pm to 17.30pm
09.00am to 12.40pm - 14.00pm to 17.30pm
09.00am to 12.40pm - 14.00pm to 17.30pm
09.00am to 12.40pm - 14.00pm to 17.30pm
08.15am to 14.00


Urgent Dental Care

Patients can call a Freephone telephone number 0333 332 3800 from 8am to 10pm every day of the year.

Following triage, paitients will be offered a same day or next day appointment, given advice or signposted to other services. Appointments willl be confirmed by text message.

Patients can still call NHS 111 for urgent dental advice. If patients do call NHS 111 with a dental issue between 8am and 10pm they will automatically be redirected to the new Greater Manchester Urgent Dental Care Telephony Service.


Complaints, Compliments & suggestions

In order to continue to achieve the very best possible standards of dental care, High street smiles are committed to developing the services we offer and the staff at High Street Smiles would very much appreciate any compliments, comments or suggestions which can be made via our comments cards, book or  patient satisfaction questionnaires found in reception, all of which will be continuously reviewed and improvements will be implemented wherever possible. Emails may also be directed

If for any reason you are not happy with the treatment received or would like to make a written complaint or suggestion this can be directed  to Emma Bednarczyk at the practice address or via email to: Our full complaints policy can be found in reception.


Appointments Policy

At High Street Smiles we strive to manage our appointment system as efficiently as possible to avoid delays in appointment times and minimise loss of surgery time through cancellations and failed appointments. Our full appointments policy can be requested at reception however we would appreciate if the following where adhered to.

  • - We ask that you arrive on time for your appointment.
  • - Please give the practice at least 24 hours notice if you are unable to keep your appointment. 
  • - We may charge for missed appointments where we have not been notified (PRIVATE PATIENTS ONLY) depending on the reason for missing the
  •     appointment.
  • - For NHS patients, If you miss appointments frequently without advising us, We may need to review future provision of treatment for you at the practice.

We thank you in advance.


Payments policy

The practice offers patients a range of payment options, including payment by cash, credit/debit card .Credit/debit card payments are processed by Worldpay, Please note American Express is not currently accepted at the practice.

Our practice policy is that you are requested to pay for your treatment as each stage is completed, some private treatments require a 50% deposit to be paid prior to treatment starting and the remainder on completion, a receipt will of course be provided. Patients are reminded about our payment policy when they make an appointment.

For longer courses of treatment, you may be offered the option to pay for your treatment by instalments. Please ask your dentist for details.
Whenever a payment is taken, you will be given a full itemised and dated receipt.

If you would like to pay part of the full cost, the part payment will be accepted but you will be advised that the amount paid is not accepted as full-and-final settlement.

If you would like a statement following each payment this can be arranged upon request at reception.

Our full payments policy can be requested at reception