It's easy to

Book an
appointment

First of all you will need to register with our practice. To register please call our registration desk on 0161 924 0331. Alternatively you can complete our online registration form by clicking here.

Once you have registered and been accepted as a patient you can make an appointment at anytime by calling reception on 0161 928 1813.

Booking an appointment
First of all you will need to register with our practice. To register please call our registration desk on 0161 924 0331. Alternatively you can complete our New Patients registration on the right.  

Once you have registered and been accepted as a patient you can make an appointment at anytime by calling reception on 0161 928 1813.

Initial Consultation
Theinitial consultation fee for adults is £55. An additional cost usually between £15 and £30 would be charged for x-rays depending on the number required. This fee is reduced to £20 if you opt to join our Dental Care Plan at £14.25 per month. Following the initial consultation we will provide you with an estimate for the cost of any treatment that is required.

Grays Dental Care Patient Plan
Forthe convenience and benefit of our patients we have created a plan that can help you reduce your dental fees, offers an extended payment facility and provides a scheme to help cover costs in case of worldwide trauma or emergency call out.
NEW PATIENTS REGISTRATION
Thank you for registering!

We have received your registration, and will be in contact very shortly.
Oops! Something went wrong while trying to register.
Please try again.
The team at Grays were superb.
They treated my dental problems with complete professionalism, and my teeth have never felt better.
Exercise boosts grey matter in 9 brain areas including regions important for cognition, executive function and academic achievement
The culture, ethos and environment of a school influences the health and well-being of pupils and their readiness to learn
Promoting physical and mental health in schools creates a virtuous circle reinforcing children’s attainment and achievement that in turn improves their wellbeing, enabling children to thrive and achieve their full potential
There is evidence to show that PSHE education can address teenage pregnancy, substance misuse, unhealthy eating, lack of physical activity, and emotional health
CONTACT US

62 Manchester Road, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 4PJ

(t) 0161 928 1813 (Reception)
(t) 0161 924 0331 (Registration)

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
8.30 - 17.30
Tuesday
7.30 - 16.30
Wednesday
8.30 - 20.00
Thursday
8.30 - 17.30
Friday
7.30 - 17.30