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You’ve never had dental care like this.

Welcome to Allsopp Dental. We offer a complete range of services for both NHS and private dental care in a warm environment for Walsall patients of all ages. We will help you build a healthier, more youthful and more beautiful smile. 

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We offer a complete range of dental services for both NHS and private dental care for Walsall patients of all ages. Get a healthier, more youthful and more beautiful smile.
Let's start today.

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I have just had my first appointment, and it isn't often one can say that a trip to the dentist is a pleasure, but this one was. Highly recommended.

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Dental
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Your smile is in great hands

2,500 dental implants, 20 years and counting. Our dentists Dr Jonathan Allsopp and Dr Mandeep Soorae have extensive experience in dental implant treatment.

  • Dental implant experience dating back to 1996
  • High-quality Straumann Dental Implants
  • Distinction of being named Straumann Gold+ Providers
  • Convenient, remote initial consultations for dental implants
  • Dozens of dental solutions in one location
  • 0% interest available

Why choose us

1

COVID-safe

Nothing matters more to us than your safety. We are taking extra precautions during these extraordinary times.

2

25+ years of experience

We’ve created more than 20,000 happy smiles.

3

Remote consultations

Enjoy a free initial consultation for braces or implants from the comfort of your own home.

4

A complete smile makeover

Whether it's general dental health, fillings, teeth straightening or whitening - we are here to build you a more beautiful smile.

5

Experienced clear aligner providers

We offer both ClearCorrect and Invisalign, and we have Invisalign Diamond Provider status.

Nervous about dental treatment?

We understand. And we’re ready to help. We can give you on-site dental sedation to help you relax during your treatment.

Specialist orthodontic treatment

Invisalign Diamond Provider

Dr Jonathan Allsopp is a specialist orthodontist who has created over 2,000 beautiful smiles.

Your dental questions answered

  • How often should I see a dentist?

    At the minimum, you should see a dentist for a check-up and dental clean twice per year. You may need to have more frequent visits if you are struggling with a dental health problem like gum disease or heavy tartar build-up.

  • Do I need dental X-rays?

    X-rays are very important to diagnosing your dental problems and planning safe treatment. This kind of imaging is the only way a dentist can see into your tooth without cutting it open. When you have a dental checkup, your dentist will let you know if you are due for a new set of X-rays.

  • What are the signs that I need a dental filling?

    Advanced tooth decay can make your teeth sensitive to temperature and sweets and may present as brown, grey, or yellow stains on your teeth. A throbbing toothache is also a sure sign that your tooth may need repair. But early tooth decay does not cause such noticeable symptoms. In most cases, you will not know that you need a filling unless the dentist notices one on a dental X-ray.

  • Why do dentists encourage flossing so much?

    Those tight spaces between your teeth trap food debris and bacterial waste in places that a regular toothbrush cannot reach. That debris forms every single day, and it has to be mechanically removed because it contributes to tooth decay and gum disease. Flossing is the only way to do that.

  • What is a dental implant?

    A dental implant is a tiny metal screw that fits into the place where a tooth used to be. One or more implants can replace teeth by supporting a dental bridge, a crown, or even a denture.

  • Does it hurt to get dental implants?

    No, you will not feel any discomfort while getting dental implants. The implant site will be numbed with local anaesthetic. We can even provide you with some light dental sedation to ensure that you have the most relaxed treatment experience possible.

  • Are dental implants expensive?

    Dental implants represent a very cost-effective investment in your dental health because they have the potential to last a lifetime. You may end up saving more money by getting a dental implant one time rather than getting a new crown or denture every five to ten years for the rest of your life

  • Do I qualify to get a dental implant?

    The only way to find out whether implants are right for you is to book a consultation with an experienced implant dentist. We have two implant dentistshere at Allsopp Dental: Dr Jonathan Allsopp and Dr Mandeep Soorae.

  • What are ‘orthodontics’?

    Orthodontics refers to a branch of dental treatment that corrects tooth and jaw alignment. Orthodontic treatment includes the use of teeth-straightening appliances like metal braces, clear aligners, and retainers.

  • I’m an adult. Is it too late for me to get braces?

    It is never too late to begin straightening your teeth. While it is easier to start orthodontic treatment in the teen years, adults of any age can experience the benefits of braces.

  • Are braces really necessary?

    Having straight teeth is about more than looks, alone. Straight teeth are easier to keep clean and thus have a lower risk of developing problems like tooth decay or gum disease. A well-aligned bite will also help you to chew and speak comfortably and prevent uneven tooth wear.

  • Why should I get a clear aligner from a Specialist Orthodontist?

    There are plenty of clear aligners that you could order online, but these are no substitute for the insight and expertise of a Specialist Orthodontist. Someone who is trained and certified in clear aligner orthodontics (and who knows you personally) will make the best recommendations for your care.

  • Why are my teeth so yellow?

    Tooth discolouration has a variety of causes. Your teeth may naturally be dark-coloured, or they could be yellow due to smoking, plaque accumulation or dark-coloured foods in your diet.

  • Does teeth whitening have any side effects?

    When you go to a dental professional for teeth bleaching, your chance of experiencing side-effects is very slim. Even though it is normal to experience some mild tooth sensitivity in the days after whitening your teeth, we take special precautions at Allsopp Dental to protect your gums during the treatment. We will also help you mitigate any sensitivity you may experience.

  • If I bleach my teeth, how long will the treatment last?

    Most people can go from six months to two years between whitening treatments to maintain the colour of their smile. How long your teeth remain white mainly depends on your diet, oral hygiene, and lifestyle.

  • Can I whiten my dental crowns?

    Teeth whitening will not affect the colour of your current dental restorations. The colour of crowns is permanently fixed on the day they are made. It is best to bleach your teeth before getting dental work so that your new restorations can be made to match your smile.

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  • 01922 614 685
  • Allsopp Dental Practice
    26 Bridge Street, Walsall, WS1 1HR
  • Chat with us on live chat between 8am to 8pm
  • Monday
    8:30am - 5.00pm
  • Tuesday
    8:30am - 5.00pm
  • Wednesday
    8:30am - 5.00pm
  • Thursday
    8:30am - 9.00pm
  • Friday
    8:30am - 5.00pm
  • Saturday
    Closed
  • Sunday
    Closed