Welcome to the Gentle Dental Centre Darlington

Welcome to the Gentle Dental Centre in Darlington, now owned by dentist Scott Phillips. Located  on the busy Woodland Road close to the town centre of Darlington. There is easy access with on street parking and we are on a bus route with a stop outside the practice.


Having taken ownership in early 2017, Scott has developed the practice into a place where his patients can feel in control of every aspect of their care. The Gentle Dental Centre is an environment where a compassionate team will spend the time needed to ensure their patient’s dental needs and wants are taken care of the entire time they are at the practice.  We believe that by the whole team looking after each patient, that it’s possible to offer dental care to the highest standard as well as hopefully make every patient of ours feel valued.


Scott Phillips and his team welcome you to the Gentle Dental Centre and  our website. Please have a browse and do get in touch if you have any queries or you would like to join our practice.

Children’s Dental Treatment in Darlington

We welcome all the family to The Gentle Dental Centre in Darlington  and although we don’t not have an NHS contract for children we have designed a plan to encourage you to bring your children along with you for their care. We offer free care to under 18’s if their parent is on a Membership Plan, otherwise we have reduced prices for under 16’s meaning they will be able to access all the latest techniques and developments to ensure they remain decay free for life. Your children can receive:


  • Regular checks
  • Oral hygiene advise – toothbrush instruction
  • Fluoride applications
  • Fissure sealants
  • Tooth coloured composite fillings
  • Sportsguards if needed
  • Orthodontic treatment and monitoring of development

Let our team help your children into adulthood with great dental health for life in a welcoming and fun environment.


Call 01325 466 867  to make a children’s appointment today.

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