Award winning dental care
CGDP is the premier dental practice in Covent Garden offering a comprehensive range of dental and aesthetic treatments. For over 20 years it has been a leading practice in the area because of its team, environment and exceptional level of patient care.
A dedicated and distinguished team of highly-qualified, internationally experienced dental practitioners who consistently deliver treatments specially suited to our patients’ particular needs.
An exclusive and adaptable clinical environment which offers comprehensive treatment options and always responds to clients’ concerns promptly and courteously.
Exceptionally attentive standards of customer care before, during and after treatment which means our patients are very happy to revisit our practice as well as enthusiastically recommending us to their friends and families.
quality, safety and consistency
for long-term dental health solutions, prioritising prevention of disease and beautiful smiles
outstanding outcomes, a wide-ranging choice of treatments, and modern technology
Please note: all new patient bookings will require a £60 deposit.
“…Fully explained treatments with options discussed at length and expert advise given at all stages of treatment…” – Patient
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How to find us
Covent Garden Dental Practice
61g Odhams Walk
London WC2H 9SD
020 7836 9161
(2mins walking distance)
From the station, walk along Long Acre towards Endell Street.
Odhams Walk is a pedestrian walk way opposite Zara.
We have disability access with aid of a ramp.
Urban Parking is available in the basement of the estate – fees apply. Please call them directly on 020 7836 9603
CGDP is an oasis of calm within the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden.
Covent Garden is a world-famous shopping and entertainment hub in the heart of the capital. This European-style car-free piazza is renowned for its neo-classical architecture surrounding the newly refurbished Royal Opera House.
A sneak peak
Just as you would use Google Street View, have a virtual tour around our practice and make yourself feel at home, before you even arrive.
Hot off the chair
5th December 2023
Your smile wields incredible power. If you’re looking to enhance your smile without committing to any extensive dental work, then composite bonding might just be the answer for you. In this Composite Bonding 101 guide, we break down the basics of this dental procedure and why it’s a game-changer.
19th October 2023
We’re thrilled to announce that we have been selected as finalists for the Dentistry Awards 2023 and the Private Dentistry Awards 2023, in three categories each – Team of the Year, Patient Care and Practice of the Year.
22nd August 2023
There are always new “whitening hacks” that pop up on social media, but unfortunately majority of these hacks are complete fads, as they don’t contain the correct ingredients to whiten teeth and could harm your oral health.
12th June 2023
Like brushing your teeth, looking after your Invisalign aligners is essential for your oral health and for a straight-forward, successful journey to a straight smile.
5th April 2023
When it comes to avoiding tooth decay, we all know the basics. Brush your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste, clean between your teeth daily, see the hygienist regularly etc, however, some foods that you chose to eat, and daily habits can unknowingly contribute to fighting cavities.
16th February 2023
Covering grey hairs, anti-ageing skincare and treatments, avoiding the sun. These are some of the most common things that spring to mind when we think about ageing and maintaining a youthful appearance. But what about teeth whitening? Even though you might not have put it on the list, a study by Oral B found that whitening your teeth can have a big impact on your appearance, as it can make you look 5 years younger and increase your attractiveness by 20%.
5th November 2022
It can often feel like we are told that something is good for us one day, then told it’s bad for us the next day. It can be confusing and difficult to decide exactly what we should be eating and drinking.
2nd September 2022
Stress can creep up on us in our day-to-day lives, whether it be the commute, an important meeting, or your personal life, we all feel stressed from time to time. Most of us know the implications stress can have on our mental and physical health, however it can also impact oral health in a negative way.