Website last updated 26/03/2020


Following advice from the Chief Dental Officer and British Dental Association, the practice is now sadly closed until further notice and we are no longer able to see patients for face to face appointments, therefore we are only able to provide a telephone advice service. We await further guidelines from NHS England with regards to the patient pathway and the locations of centralised urgent care hubs.

If you have a genuine dental emergency that can’t be managed with over the counter pain killers, please call 07719908882 and we will advise accordingly. This phone will be monitored between 9am and 5pm Mon -Fri. Outside of these hours please call 111 or the Somerset Dental Helpline 0300 1237691.

If you have a previously arranged appointment, we are sorry, but we will be unable to see and the appointment will be cancelled. Those appointments up to 17.4.20 should have been contacted by text or phone by now. 

We apologise for any inconvenience but your safety and that of our staff is paramount.    Please stay safe and remember your social distancing. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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For advice and information on managing dental problems until you are able to see a dentist, please click here

Welcome to Apex Dental Group

Welcome to Apex Dental Group; we look forward to providing you with a high quality of care and NHS treatment in friendly and comfortable surroundings. Our team aims to make your visit an anxiety and stress-free experience. The Apex Dental Group has been established for nearly 20 years, providing a high-quality family orientated dental service. We offer  NHS based treatments with a complete range of options available including cosmetic care. We have good links with a specialist orthodontic service and offer a comprehensive care package for children. We have a team of oral health educators enabling us to offer preventative care and advice. Our dentists are committed in the long term to the Apex Dental Group and this enables us to offer our patients the opportunity to build long-term relationships with their dentists, which we know many patients value.

Sending your kids in with Granny?

A person with ‘parental responsibility’ MUST either have attended the initial examination appointment or, if a parent is unable to attend the appointment with the child, a consent form must be signed to allow us to discuss and agree the treatment with the accompanying adult.

Update your medical history!

It is necessary for every patient to update their medical history at every examination appointment. Download a form here so that you can fill it in at your leisure and bring it with you to your appointment, saving you time and stress in the waiting room!

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