University Dental Hospital
The University Dental Hospital (UDH) is part of the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, and is situated in stand-alone building on the main University Hospital of Wales site. The UDH does not provide a 24 hour emergency service and is closed during evenings, weekends and bank holidays. It encompasses a Primary Care Dental Unit at St David’s Hospital in Canton, and a Peripheral Hospital Dental Service, based at Whitchurch Hospital. The Dental Division works seamlessly with the University in delivering the education to students and care to patients.
Find out more about the clinics and services.
New Primary Dental Care Unit
Patients are currently being recruited for a new ‘state of the art’ NHS Dental Clinic that will be located within the new Cynon Valley Hospital in Mountain Ash.
The Unit opens on 9th January 2012 and will provide high quality dentistry delivered by final year dental students from Cardiff University. All stages of treatment will be overseen by qualified dentists to ensure good standards of dental care are provided.
A full range of NHS treatments including fillings, crown and bridgework, dentures and root canal fillings will be available. At present there will be no charge for the dental treatment that you receive, whether you are in employment or not.
If you do not presently have a dentist and wish to register an interest please call:
01443 715000 from 6th January 2012 onwards.
Please click on the poster below for further information.
The opening of the Mountain Ash Unit, BBC News Wales coverage. Read the article and watch the video clip.