Southern Dental Limited is a privately owned group of 80 NHS and private dental practices based within: London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Dorset, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Nottinghamshire, Somerset, Suffolk, Surrey, West Midlands, Northamptonshire and Wiltshire.
We take great pride in supplying high quality general dental care as well as specialist services both under the NHS and privately, as well as offering payment schemes such as Privilege Plan, Denplan, Isoplan, Practiceplan and interest-free finance.
Our vision is to create tomorrow’s dental practices today. We are proud to be a leading dental corporate in the UK.
Our mission is to work together to give our patients better oral health, general health, and improve quality of life long-term for our patients.
We strive to become masters of listening. In order to meet the expectations of our patients, we give them our full attention.
Everybody that works for Southern Dental is important for the total achievement of our mission. Only by working together and listening to each other can we become stronger. This will enable us to achieve our vision to create tomorrow’s practices today and to be the provider of choice for our patients.
We are confident that the new market, and the new ways of working and offering services, create opportunities. We work hard, think ‘outside the box’ and are open to all ideas. This makes Southern Dental and our practices an even better place for our patients, clinicians and staff.
Our operation is built on a solid platform. Our staff are highly-educated, and we value experience, a desire to learn, and a thirst for knowledge.
We find effective and uncomplicated solutions. Everything from administration processes to an open dialogue and honesty with patients is important in this quest.
Our practices will always offer health and well-being to all those who visit us. We also see ourselves as an important part of a responsible society. We are a link in that community chain. We care for each other, our patients and our society. Our responsibility is not just to improve oral health but also to work with our colleagues in the health profession to improve general health of all our patients and communities.