Community Dental Practice with a Healthy Solution for Everyone

We offer advanced dentistry to patients across Wales and the UK

Charro Dental has full disabled access to better serve the community along with free onsite parking.


Providing comprehensive dental services

Dr. Charro has special interests in surgical extractions, implants, restorative dentistry, dentures and gum diseases treatments. Visiting professors are able to treat to your advanced dentistry needs.

  • NHS

    NHS dental charges If you normally pay for NHS dental treatment, there will be three…

  • Private

    Charro Dental offer private treatment as well as NHS or Denplan and have set aside…

  • Denplan

     Denplan is the UK's leading provider of preventative dental care programmes, with over 1.8 million…

Friendly & Professional

Our patients are able to take advantage of our well established practice and experienced team. With higher levels of training and qualifications in a range of dental procedures offering quality treatment and care.
Our aim is to build long term and professional relationships with all of our patients. To provide quality treatment and care we have invested in modern and state of the art technology to be able to offer a wider range of treatments.

Infectious Disease Information

The NHS is well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases and has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal.

Read about the Covid-19 protective measures and processes we have in place to protect our patients and staff:

We're please to say that following closure due to Covid-19 we have now re-opened to all patients and we are registering new private patients.

Opening hours are:
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm

For private dental care we can arrange for patients to be seen evenings after 5 pm on weekdays and on Saturdays opening hours from 8.30am until the afternoon

For dental emergencies outside these hours please call NHS Direct on 111

 The following are classed as dental emergencies:

• Dental bleeding that will not stop.
• Acute spreading infection (swelling of the lip, tongue or cheek).
• Damage to teeth or jaws as result of an accident.
• Severe pain that does not respond to painkillers.