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St Paul’s Dental Practice

Studio 1 51 St. Paul's Square Birmingham B3 1QS

0121 233 0867
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Opening Hours:
Monday 09.00 - 19.00
Tuesday 09.30 - 18.00
Wednesday 09.00 - 16.00
Thursday 09.00 - 17.30
Friday 08.30 - 15.30
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

St Pauls Square Dental Practice has been established for over 20 years and is set in the heart of the leafy St Pauls Square and the beautiful St Pauls Church, surrounded by restaurants, cafes and bars.

We welcome you to a luxurious modern practice which offers patients specialist treatments such as implants, adult orthodontics including fast braces and Invisalign , same day, ONE visit crowns-CEREC (cad-cam technology), cosmetic treatments, facial aesthetics (botulism) , lip and cheek fillers and much more.

We have state of the art equipment providing the best diagnostics and comprehensive treatment planning available to make patients fit for a lifetime. Patients are treated by highly qualified dentists and staff giving patients both the friendly and professional patient journey that all deserve. Our equipment includes the best available CT scanner (lowest x ray dose and highest resolution) to enable us to give you the best comprehensive treatment plan possible on any complex treatments and implants, giving patients the peace of mind they deserve to know that they are being dealt with care, safety and they can see digital planning of implants before they are placed.

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Did You Know that?...

Fact

The Premiership medals are made in the Quarter.

Fact

The Jam House opened St George’s Day 1999 to a capacity crowd who were entertained by its patron and biggest supporter, Jools Holland and his Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Orchestra.