Reese V J located at 2 Marlborough Rd, Salisbury SP1 3TH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 410306

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Great dental surgery. Victoria has a way of relaxing even the most nervous of patients. No unneces

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Great dental surgery. Victoria has a way of relaxing even the most nervous of patients. No unnecessary treatment suggested, only what is necessary and then all options are presented. I am fully behind the NHS, but at the same time I'm more than happy to pay this private dentist's fees. She's worth her weight in gold, and I'd thoroughly recommend her to anyone. The practice also offers a dental hygienist.

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