We would like to inform you that we REMAIN OPEN for ROUTINE & EMERGENCY DENTAL TREATMENT.


Throughout the pandemic we have strived to make Cotteswold House Dental Care as safe as possible for all our patients and staff. We will continue to do so going forward.

From the 19th July, nothing will change at the surgery – patients will need to still wear a face covering and socially distance, and staff will continue to wear PPE


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64 Cotteswold Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 6RH

Contact Your Gloucester Dentist

Cotteswold House Dental Practice
64 Cotteswold Road

Phone: 01452 524024


How do I book an appointment?

Simply telephone us on 01452 524024, call in to see us or complete the following form.


What if I have an out of hours dental emergency?

If you have a dental emergency out of hours please call 01452 524024.

For out of hours treatment, a call out fee of £150 will be charged, payable at the appointment, plus any treatment required, if you are not a member of one of our treatment plans.


Are you taking on new patients?

Yes – we are always happy to see new patients. Many of our new patients are referred to us by our existing ones – if you have been referred by one of our patients please do let us know so we can thank them. We are an independently owned dental practice offering dental care to both adults and young patients on a private only basis


Travelling by bus

The number 13 bus travels between the city centre and Abbeydale. It stops on Painswick Road opposite Cotteswold Road, and the stop is only one minute from the practice.


Travelling by train

Gloucester Station is two hours from London Paddington and one hour from Birmingham New Street Station. Taxis from here take around ten minutes, costing roughly £6. The bus station just a two minute walk from the train station.


Regulatory Information

Our dental team are registered with and abide by the guidance and regulations of the General Dental Council. If you do have a complaint please send it in the first instance to the name and address above so that your concerns can be addressed. If this does not satisfy your concerns you may complain to the Dental Complaints Service.