Covid Patient Appointment Update
If you are feeling unwell for any reason please do not come into the practice, or if you suspect you have covid-19 please stay at home and follow the NHS guidance. If you have a seasonal cold please consider postponing your appointment during this time. Please ring our reception team if you are worried about anything or for advice.
- Please only attend the practice if you have an appointment with us.
- Please make sure you have added Dentist 01392 273472 to your mobile phone contacts list.
- Please arrive at the practice no more than 5 minutes before your appointment time.
- Please remember to bring any paperwork etc you’ve been asked to return.
YOU MUST WEAR A FACE COVERING.
Unfortunately, at this time can we ask that you don’t have long conversations with the receptionist again to reduce the risk of patient crossover as much as possible.
During these difficult times our team are trying their very best to continue to look after you and keep you safe. Please may we ask that you consider this during very busy waiting times on the phone lines. Rest assured that they will answer your call as soon as they possibly can. If you cannot get through on the phone lines please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org We will respond to you as soon as we can.
Thank you for helping us to help you, as all our safety is of paramount importance.
See you soon
Phil, Aidan and all the team at Irish and King
“Our aim is to offer a friendly and professional service to all of our patients, young and old, in a relaxed environment.”
We are a family friendly practice and encourage parents to introduce their children to regular dental check-ups from an early age. All of our children are seen on the NHS until they turn 18 or 19 if in full time education.
Our aim is to prevent decay by regular check-ups, advice and protective coatings on adult teeth as soon as they can be applied.
As we get older, people sometimes find that their teeth appear a darker colour. This is a natural aging process and once the whitening procedure has been completed the teeth should never return to the darker colour again.
It is also a starting point for all cosmetic cases and smile makeovers. Often brides and grooms have it done before their big day.
Airflow polishing is a technique that uses air, water and a fine powder (Erythritol or Sodium Bicarbonate) to disrupt bacterial biofilm and remove plaque from the tooth surface. Airflow would also remove staining caused by coffee, tea, red wine and tobacco use. The result is instant.
Airflow can be more comfortable for patients with sensitive teeth. It can be safely used in areas of gum disease, around implants, bridges, veneers and crowns.
The feedback from our patients who have had this treatment so far has been extremely positive.
Please click on the link below to see an example of the Airflow technique and what this could do for you.
Meet the team
Aidan qualified from Trinity College Dublin and joined the practice with Phillip in 1992 and became a partner in 1999.read more
Phil qualified from Kings College Dental Hospital in 1979.read more
Sophie is originally from Kent and qualified from Newcastle University. She has recently moved to Exeter to join the practice and is looking forward to providing a range of treatment to her patients.read more
Janaina initially qualified as a dental nurse gaining a Foundation Degree in Dental Nursing Science from Northampton university. She then went on to qualify as a Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist from Teesside University.read more
Hygienist Regular Check-ups We are a family friendly practice and encourage parents to introduce their children to regular dental check-ups from an early age. All of our children are seen on the NHS until they turn 18 or 19 if in full time education. We are a family...read more
Emma joined the practice in July 1996 and qualified as a dental nurse in May 1998.read more
Grace joined the practice in June 2021. She brings 3 years of dental nursing experience with her.read more
Ami Joined the practice in January 2019. She brings 6 years of dental nursing experience with her.read more
Carol joined the practice in October 2017.read more
Katie starts her 2 year dental nurse training at Exeter College in September 2021.read more
Emily starts her 2 year dental nurse training at Exeter College in September 2021.read more
Caroline joined our reception team in September 2017.read more