153 High Street, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4SD
Sovereign House was specifically designed and opened as a Specialist Dental Centre to provide treatment in a comfortable and friendly environment. Our aim is to provide high quality specialist dental care by our highly trained and experienced specialists and team. We offer an exemplary standard of service and treatment to referral dentists and their patients. Our specialists offer endodontic, periodontal, orthodontic, implant, oral surgery and oral medicine treatments.
Dr Lesley Pantlin originally started accepting referrals for periodontal treatment on completion of her MSc in Periodontology in 1994, having already been awarded membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. In 2003 she decided to open Sovereign House to widen the scope of Specialist practice, by introducing implant and endodontic treatments. Increasing demand has increased the provision of treatment with the introduction of new highly qualified Specialists and the introduction of a Consultant in Oral Surgery, who runs our Tongue Tie Release Clinic and a Consultant in Oral and Maxillo-facial Surgery.
In response to the demand for improved diagnostics, a high resolution CBCT scanner and reporting service was introduced in 2015, making available high quality 3D images to reveal anatomical and pathological information not readily available with routine radiography.
Most patients are referred to Sovereign House by their general dentist and we aim to liaise closely with the dentist to provide the best possible treatment planning and provision of treatment. Advice can be sought, when needed, from other Specialists at the practice. All patients are returned to their dentist for their continuing care, although periodontally susceptible patients may stay with us for their supportive periodontal treatment, to maintain the benefits of treatment.
We take patient confidentiality extremely seriously at Sovereign House and all personal information is treated in the strictest confidence. Only members of staff have access to patient information. All our patient records are securely stored at our practice to ensure that any patient information is only accessed as part of your treatment. No information will ever be released to a third party without your express permission or where required by law. We have a strict confidentiality policy. To see a copy of this policy or if you would like further information regarding your rights to view your patient records please ask at reception.
We endeavour to see patients with problems relating to treatment provided by us, as quickly as possible. After normal working hours you may telephone the practice (01277 205605) and leave a message. There is also a number on the answer phone to enable you to speak to the ‘On Call’ dentist for advice.
Patients unable to keep an appointment are asked to let us know as soon as possible. Late cancellations or failed appointments may attract a cancellation fee to cover surgery costs if we are unable to fill the allocated time.
We accept credit and debit cards and cash. Receipts are available on request. To reserve an appointment and for major work, we usually ask for a deposit.