JULY 23 2021 : Notice about Routine Dental Care provision - Covid 19 Level 0 

Friendly, extensively equipped NHS Focused Dental Practice


COVID 19 Update : Important Information about NHS Dental Care Provision 

In accordance with the latest Scottish Government guidance we are pleased to announce that in addition to being able to undertake urgent/emergency treatments the Scottish Government has announced that from the beginning of November, dentists can deliver the full range of care that was available under the NHS prior to lock-down. However, whilst the full range of care CAN now be delivered there are additional complexities that have come to the fore as a result of the last 8-months.


At this time we have strict COVID-19 protection measures in place.

Please watch our short video which demonstrates how we welcome patients to Ocean Drive Dental Care. 


Here at Ocean Drive Dental Care, Edinburgh we are confident that you will find everything that you need.

Whether it is a visit to a hygienist, a routine check up or missing tooth treatment that you seek you’ve come to the right place.

At Ocean Drive Dental we have the knowledge , experience and techniques to help you find the perfect treatment plan.

Get in touch today to arrange your FREE NHS CHECK-UP,

register with us or arrange an appointment...

Tel: 0131 555 0376



Dedicated to

Quality Dental Care...


We are an NHS committed dental practice. This means that we will register all our patients under the NHS, which gives you certain rights, and obligations.

We will provide all sorts of general dental treatment that is available under the Scottish National Health Service. If there is anything that we cannot provide, like orthodontic treatment (braces for children), or complicated oral surgery, we will refer you to a specialist.

Most important for us is that we only do what you want us to do. Sometimes there are several options to solve a dental problem. We want to give you advice, but any decision is always on you. So please do not hesitate to ask us any kind of question.

We are convinced that prevention of dental disease is our most important duty, so we will be happy to give you individual advice on this.

If you desire any cosmetic dentistry that may not be available on the NHS, we are also able to provide private cosmetic dentistry like tooth coloured fillings and crowns on molar teeth, tooth whitening, invisible orthodontics (braces), denture stabilisation with implants, instant ceramic teeth etc.

General Dentistry

At the core of the range of services we provide is offering preventative and restorative care to help maintain or improve your oral health.


We advise patients to have regular check-ups, allowing us to catch any early warning signs of painful conditions such as gum disease or tooth decay. We can tackle such issues before they become a major problem and provide treatment that is minimally invasive.

During any follow-up appointments or routine check-ups, we’ll continually examine and assess your dental and oral health. Whenever an issue arises, you can rest assured that we’ll give you professional and friendly advice on appropriate treatments.


Cosmetic Dentistry

The power of our smile.


When we are smiling, we feel happier, more confident and we become more likeable and attractive. Studies on numerous scientific fields show that smiling has a positive impact on our social interactions, on our physical and mental health, on our well-being.


Dental Implants

People who miss a tooth or multiple teeth often experience a low quality of daily life. Because simple activities such as eating, speaking or even smiling become a stressful and even a painful task. Dental implants are the solution for people who are missing teeth. They have the functionality of natural teeth. What’s more, is that dental implants look and feel like your natural teeth.


Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are an effective solution of modern cosmetic dentistry for someone with healthy teeth who is looking to improve the shape, size, or the colour of his or her teeth.

  • If you have gaps between your teeth.

  • If you have a cracked tooth

  • If the position of your teeth is compromised.

  • Or if you have stained teeth that do not respond well to teeth whitening.