2 Llanthewy Road, Newport, Gwent, NP20 4JR

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Located at 2 Llanthewy Road, Newport, Gwent, NP20 4JR, Cox and Hitchcock dental practice is your premier destination for top-notch dental care. Our highly skilled team provides a wide range of treatments, using the latest technology and techniques to ensure an excellent level of dental health with dedicated implant, cosmetic, endodontic and general dentistry treatment rooms. With a focus on patient comfort and satisfaction, we strive to create beautiful smiles in a warm and inviting environment. Trust us to deliver exceptional dental services and help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

Opening Hours:
Mon - Fri : 8.30am - 5.00pmSat - Sun: Closed
Phone:
01633 263653

Meet Our Practice Team

Dr. Matthew Helmich
Associate DentistGDC No: 301879
BDS (University of Bristol, 2022)

I recently joined the team in 2023. I first qualified in biomedical science at the University of Plymouth before completing further study to graduate as a dentist from the University of Bristol. After this I then spent a year training in Bridgend before returning to Newport. What I enjoy most about working as a dentist […]...

Dr. Kevin Burford
Clinical Lead in EndodonticsGDC No: 74636
BDS (Cardiff Dental School, 1998), BSc (Hons) PGDip(Endodontics)

I have a special interest in all aspects of Endodontics, notably root canal treatments, traumatology, restoration of root treated teeth and diagnosis of pain. I hold a post graduate diploma in Endodontology via the Simply Endo group in conjunction with the University of Chester....

Sally Hooper
Dental HygienistGDC No: 4717
Dip DH (Cardiff University, 1994)

I'm passionate and motivated in helping patients with their dental health. Encouraging them their use of daily toothbrushing and interdental cleaning....

Dr. Rose-Marie Davies
Associate DentistGDC No: 63379
BDS (Cardiff dental School, 1988)

Rose-Marie Davies, a graduate of Cardiff Dental School in 1988, trained for general dental practice in Oxford for a year before returning to South Wales....

Ceri Colwill
Dental TherapistGDC No: 117757
BSc DHT (Cardiff University, 2019)

I am a caring and compassionate person which allows me to build a strong rapport with patients, working closely with our excellent team of nurses and putting patients at ease, which is of particular importance when dealing with nervous patients....

Dr. Ernish Patel
Associate DentistGDC No: 229751
BChD (Leeds Dental School, 2012)

Erny, a graduate from Leeds University, brings a wealth of experience from his posts in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. After practicing across South Wales, he joined Cox and Hitchcock in 2019....

Yamini Tanoj
Dental HygienistGDC No: 282195

I help in educating patients about their oral health and the aids that help them to achieve the best results....

Dr. Patricia Simpson
Associate DentistGDC No: 290694
BDS (University of Central Lancahire, 2020)

I enjoy all aspects of dentistry but specifically love helping patients overcome their dental anxiety and fears, helping them grow in confidence in their dental journey, at their own pace. It’s one of the most rewarding parts of my job. My ethos of practice is to provide the highest standard of care to all my patients in a warm and comfortable environment...

Dr. Mays Mahdi
Associate DentistGDC No: 251307
BDS (Cardiff Dental School, 2014)

Since 2015, Mays has been an exceptional member ofour team, serving at both Llanthewy Road and Cardiff. She takes pride in transforming smiles and building meaningful relationships with her patients....

Dr Gabriella Leatherdale-Tiba
Clinical Lead in PeriodontologyGDC No: 214556
DMD (2011), MSc (Periodontology, 2022)

I treat patients with periodontal disease referred to me by other dentists both with conventional therapy (root surface debridement, bone regeneration surgeries) as well as using laser (waterlase) where it's necessary....

Patient Reviews

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"He removed a troublesome tooth very grateful for their prompt action"

Left message on Monday morning, was called back by Vinny(Dentist) and was seen by him 1 hour later. He removed a troublesome tooth very grateful for their prompt action, in returning the....

Brendan MccartainNewport
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“As I feel safe and well cared for whenever I have visited”

I have been on this planet just shy of 50 years, and have met many dentists in my time. Today I met a new dentist, Mays. I found her quiet, yet down....

Paul BoschenCardiff
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“I recently transferred to this practice and I’m very pleased I did”

I recently transferred to this practice and I’m very pleased I did. My dentist Vinny carefully outlined all of my options and answered all of my questions so that I felt confident....

Brenda WelshNewport
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“The staff are always reassuring and polite”

I really think this is the best dental practise in the country. The staff are always reassuring and polite. I've been seeing David Cox for 20 years now and I can honestly....

Pamela ParkerNewport

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I entitled to free treatment?

Exemption

Patients do not have to pay any NHS dental charges for a course of treatment if, on the first day of treatment, they are:

  • Under 18 years of age
  • Aged 18 and in full-time education
  • An expectant mother
  • A woman who has had a baby in the previous 12 months

Remission

Patients do not have to pay any NHS dental charges for a course of treatment if they or their partner are currently receiving:

  • Income Support (Incapacity benefit and Disability Living Allowance does NOT count)
  • Income based Jobseeker’s Allowance (Contribution-based does NOT count)
  • Income-related Employment & Support Allowance (Contribution-related does NOT count)
  • Pension Credit guarantee credit (Savings Credit on its own does NOT count)
  • Universal Credit (in the last assessment period there were no earnings, or earnings were within the allowed limit, please check at www.healthcosts.wales.nhs.uk)

Patients can be exempt from paying if they have a valid NHS low income scheme certificate HC2 for full help. Payment can be reduced if they are named on a valid HC3 certificate.

It is impotant the information you give us is contemporary and accurate.If you are unsure if you are exempt from NHS dental charges, please discuss with reception.

How can I join the Practice?

Please contact our reception team who will be happy to discuss your options for joining the practice.

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How much will it cost?

All treatment plans will be discussed with you at the examination appointment, along with associated costs.

Complex treatments, may need multiple visits to complete the investigations needed prior to providing an estimate. This will be printed at reception, or if preferred emailed to you.

Please look at our Fees page for more details.

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How soon can I be treated?

Our waiting times for an NHS examination and treatment appointments, for new and historic patients, vary. Our reception team will happily update you on current waiting times.

The NHS contract funds a set amount of dental activity for the year and we are obliged to deliver this evenly over the twelve months.

The level of NHS funding provided  is not high enough to enable us to meet the demand for NHS care that exists.

These factors lead to long waiting times to access NHS care.

Private care can be provided at all times with a minimal wait.

Your dentist will be happy to go through all available options including that of accessing some treatment options on a private basis alongside an NHS course of treatment.

What kind of treatments do you offer at your practice?

At Cox & Hitchcock Dental Group, we take pride in being a multidisciplinary practice with a team of skilled dental experts. We offer a comprehensive range of treatments, from general dentistry to comprehensive cosmetic, periodontal, endodontic, orthodontic and implant dentistry, as well as providing dedicated hygienist and therapist services. All our practices offer a wide range of treatments. If you are looking for Private, Denplan or NHS dental services in South Wales, Cox & Hitchcock Dental Group is here to meet your needs.

What’s the difference between NHS and Private?

NHS dental care will help you secure and maintain oral health provides a basic level of dental care. Fees are set by the Department of Health and will be the same with every practice with a contract to provide NHS dentistry.

The NHS does not provide any cosmetic treatments such as  tooth coloured fillings in posterior teeth, bleaching and certain types of crowns. Check-ups and periodontal care are bound by certain criteria. Your dentist is required to reassess how often you should attend. Appointments are made when available. We are contracted each year, at each individual practice, to see a number of historic patients (those that have attended for an examination within a set number of years) as well as a number of new patients. Funding of each practice varies, which also determines NHS treatment availability. We are obliged to spread that work throughout the year; this can result in longer waiting times for NHS care. Please also be aware, your examination recall for NHS treatment is determined by disease presentation at your examination visit, and is set using Welsh Assembly Government guidelines.

Private dental care at our practices provides all treatment options and will make all advanced and cosmetic treatment options available to you, giving you a larger choice of treatment options.

Our team will be happy to discuss these options with you during any consultation.

All of our dentists are committed to postgraduate education and continued professional development.

This additional experience reflects our level of commitment to high clinical standards.

Early morning and evening appointments are available for your convenience. Items requiring laboratory work will be carried out by the most experienced technicians using the best quality materials. Your treatment will be prioritised and completed as soon as possible.

All work is guaranteed within reason for 12 months, unless you have been informed by your dentist, on a like for like basis, with the exception of some private treatment which can be guaranteed for up to 5 years or longer.