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Welcome to Ernevale House

Welcome to Ernevale House Dentistry. Our practice is a classic Victorian building situated in the centre of the beautiful and bustling market town of Spalding.

Ernevale House is a long established dental practice that has been serving the community of Spalding for many years.

Our practice provides a comfortable and modern setting to ensure our skilled and experienced dental team deliver the highest quality of dental care. Our vision is to completely refurbish the practice throughout and create the ultimate patient experience, using the latest technology and equipment.

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OPENING TIMES:        Monday, Tuesday & Thursday - 9am - 5.30pm        
Wednesday - 9am - 6pm        Friday & Saturday - 9am - 2.30pm

Latest news

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Skip Your Dental Check Up

4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dental Check Up Other than people who have regular dental issues, many people tend to skip the 6-month check up, as they may think that their oral heal [...]

18 September 2017 02:34

Dental Facts and myths. Interesting and crazy things you may not know!

Dental Facts and myths. Interesting and crazy things you may not know! Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body; however, we do not recommend you chew pencils or use your teeth [...]

11 September 2017 02:41

Notice: we are having a bit of work done!

Great News! We are having air conditioning put in to two of our surgeries today and tomorrow........ this will be fabulous for all next summer. No more baking in the heat  We will also [...]

07 September 2017 09:18

Our team

Andre Bergh
Principal Dentist
Raymond Richardson
Dentist
Simon Beach
Dentist
Alison Semmons-Porter
Hygienist
Emma Walker
Head Dental Nurse

Testimonials

  • To Andre, Thank you once again for giving me my smile on my wedding day. Regards, Rebecca

  • Dr Andre Bergh, Having had my second dental appointment with you today, I wish to say 'thank you'. If only I'd had a dentist like you all those years ago, I may not have been so frightened. Regards Jane

  • Fantastic service! Called up with toothache, wasn't registered here, and spoke to Emma, who was extremely helpful and managed to get me signed up and registered for an appointment the same day! When I arrived I was greeted with a massive smile from both receptionists, and the friendliness carried on through my whole time there. ...Wasn't rushed in my appointment, the dentist took his time and made sure that my tooth was better before I left, leaving me pain free very happy patient. Natalie.

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4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dental Check Up
Other than people who have regular dental issues, many people tend to skip the 6-month check up, as they may think that their oral health is fine, due to not feeling any pain. However, it’s vital that you do keep up with these check ups for your overall well-being & here are 4 reasons why:
Spotting potential problems
You may think you’re oral health is fine, if you don’t feel any pain or discomfort, but your dentist can see the first signs of a problem, before you notice it! Your dentist will be able to hopefully nip the problem in the bud, and suggest the right form of treatment straight away. However, if it’s left unspotted, then it could lead to bad oral health issues.
Keeping a record of changes
On every dental check-up, your dentist will keep a record of any changes that may have occurred since your last visit. These are documents, so it can help us to predict how your oral health will be in the next year or so. Again it also enables us to spot any early signs of dental deterioration.
Prioritising Issues
As we keep a record of everything going on in your mouth, it helps to us prioritise different treatments according to how urgent the issue is, so we can either suggest a preventative measure or some form of treatment.
Getting the most from your check-up
Dental check-ups are your time to find out more about how to take care of your teeth, ask any questions that may be bothering you and learn more about the treatment you may be undergoing. We are always friendly and willing to explain your treatments until you are 100% happy and you fully understand the situation.
Don’t forget our front of house team are always happy to hear from you
Many thanks Ernevale House Dental Team
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We all know that smoking can be bad for our overall health, but did you know that it can affect your oral health too? goo.gl/YQYFTi

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Ernevale House Dentistry shared The South African Dental Association's Scaling & Root Planing.

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Appropriate advice.
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Often, after an extended period of time without visiting the dentist, a more advanced cleaning method may be used - Scaling & Root Planing Educational video via Spear Education

Dental Facts and myths. Interesting and crazy things you may not know!

*Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body; however, we do not recommend you chew pencils or use your teeth to remove lids from bottles….

*The plaque found in your teeth is home to more than 300 different species of bacteria…….. YUK!

*The average person spends around 48 seconds each day brushing their teeth, but dentists recommend at least 2 or 3 minutes

*You should store your tooth brush at least 6 feet away from your toilet…..Why… in order to prevent airborne particles from toilet flushing making their way to your tooth brush. Another good reason for closing the toilet lid!

*In China, in 1498, the first toothbrush with bristles was made, using hair from hogs, horses and badgers. The first commercial toothbrush was manufactured in 1938!

*A snail’s mouth is no larger than the head of a pin, but can contain over 25,000 teeth…… wow!

*In Egypt, mummies have been found with fillings comprised of resin and malachite, and gold wire was used to bind together loose teeth.

*The Romans , in 200 AD, used pretty impressive dental technology. They restored cavities with gold crowns and utilised fixed bridgework to fix gaps from missing teeth. They also used a form of tooth paste made from honey and crushed eggshell………

*In medieval Germany, the only cure for a toothache was to kiss a donkey.

*The average women smiles about 62 times per day, A man? Only 8…. come a long gents
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Great News!

We are having air conditioning put in to two of our surgeries today and tomorrow........ this will be fabulous for all next summer.

No more baking in the heat

We will also be having the plastering done in reception….Hooray!!



This does mean that today’s patients will have a tad bit of noise disturbance…. We are very sorry about that. But do remember the industrial sounding drills you hear are not Andre LOL

This does mean we will be closed on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th of September to allow for the work to be completed. If you wish, do call Tel: 01775 723191 and leave us a message and we can get back to you on Monday of next week. If you have a dental emergency please call and listen to the message on the answering machine and follow the instructions. Don’t forget you can always email us via the web site.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and look forward to seeing you all soon.

Kind regards The Team at Ernevale House
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Invisalign is much gentler.
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Ernevale House Dentistry,
24 Station Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1EB

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01775 723191