Our clinic

We believe with passion that everyone should be able to smile with confidence and eat all of their favourite foods without any problems.  We always treat you as an individual and will listen to your concerns and desires.  We see people from many walks of life who are unhappy with their smile, whether that’s loose dentures which are driving them crazy or teeth which are out of place, dull and worn which stops you from smiling.

It’s such a superb result seeing our patients come back who have been so unhappy with their smile for years, coming in and telling us how they now can’t stop smiling and how everyone comments on how good their smile looks.  We would love to be able to do the same for you too.

We are very used to seeing patients who are anxious and we will always take the time to listen to your concerns and aim to make your time with us as stress free and comfortable as possible.  We offer a number of different solutions to all of your problems, to find out more call us to book a complimentary consultation with our treatment coordinator.

Our Dental Spa

Red Sky at The Fountain Health Clinic is located in Doncaster, South Yorkshire county, and is near several rail lines to Sheffield, Leeds, and other locations. We accept cash, cheque with guarantee card, and debit/credit cards. We also have a credit facility available, and our staff will work with you to find a payment option that works for you.

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    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 151, Issue 1, 2020 Jan, Pages e8-e8 | Brignardello-Petersen, Romina, DDS, MSc, PhDMoares MB, Barbier WS, Raldi FV, Nascimento RD, Dos Santos LM, Sato FR. Comparison of three anxiety management protocols for extraction of third molars with the use of midazolam, diazepam, and nitrous oxide: a randomized […]
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    The Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), Volume 151, Issue 1, 2020 Jan, Pages 33-42 | Raja, Sheela, PhD; da Fonseca, Marcio, DDS, MS; Rabinowitz, Emily P., BSAbstractBackgroundThe authors conducted a study to understand patients’ preferences and comfort levels in discussing personal medical, behavioral, and social information with their oral health care providers. MethodsA […]

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