Clarendon House | Leamington Spa

COVID-19 Update
We are happy to announce that Clarendon House Dental Centre will be reopening on Monday 15th of June.
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Keeping you safe - your new patient journey
You can rest assured that we have been keeping you safe with our rigid decontamination processes for over 20 years. Due to COVID-19, we have made some changes at the practice and this is what you can expect the next time you visit. We really appreciate your cooperation and hope to return to a more normal service soon!
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Patient Info

About Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a largely preventable disease and everyone can help themselves by cutting down on the amount of sugary food and drinks they consume, particularly in between mealtimes – please see our About your diet page for more information.


If you do have a sweet tooth, then swapping sugary products for those containing xylitol will help to avoid tooth decay. Xylitol is found naturally in vegetables, fruits and trees, it tastes similar to sugar but with 40% fewer calories, and is safe for diabetics. The European Food Safety Authority said that: chewing xylitol gum reduces the risk of caries (decay) in children”. Please ask us for more information next time you visit.

It’s your choice

If a tooth does become decayed you will most likely need to have it filled. We offer three types of fillings, amalgam (metal), white (made from composite and matched to your tooth), and inlays (made from porcelain or gold).

Contact us at Clarendon House Dental Care in Leamington Spa if you have any questions. To book a consultation at our dental practice give us a call on: 01926 339993 or fill out our simple contact form.