Welcome to Jones Dental Care – Leading Dentists in the heart of Rugby.
Finding the right dentist who understands you and can fulfil your needs can be tricky which is why we operate a consultative and personable approach to dentistry. At Jones Dental Care we are proud to provide the highest quality of dental excellence to Rugby and the surrounding community.
A trip to the dentist can be daunting or confusing for patients which is why we always aim to put your personal needs first, elevating any concerns or worries you may have. For your peace of mind our dentists have more than ten years of clinical experience and our investment in technology means you will have the great support throughout your treatment.
Communication is the foundation of any caring relationship and our highly trained dentists will keep you informed every step of the way while taking the time to answer any and all of your questions. Before any treatment your dentist will outline a personalised treatment plan, outlining any costs so that you have all the information you need to make the right decision that suites you.
Our team of highly trained clinicians have undergone years of study and post graduate training to deliver the full range of affordable dental treatments form general dentistry, checkups and hygiene appointments right the way through to specialist restorative procedures such as dental implants, invisalign, orthodontics and much more.
Our dentists are held to the highest standards of professional care as regulated by the Quality Care Commission but we feel our long lasting relationship with patients is founded in our open and friendly approach, with results that are unparalleled.
To ensure your treatment is affordable we are delighted to offer the Portman Care Plan, denplan and 0% finance.
We are here to care for you through every step; be it before, during or after your treatment. Our bright and modern dental practice is ideally located in Rugby town centre, with patient car parking available at the front of our practice.
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