Woodborough House Dental Practice combines a passionate team of highly experienced and skilled dentists, hygienists and friendly support staff with personalised patient care and leading-edge technology. With comfort and excellence at the heart of our practice philosophy we are proud to offer the level of care we would expect for ourselves and our family.
We are proud winners of the Best High Technology Practice award at the recent Private Dentistry awards, a testament to our team commitment to investing in the most up-to-date dental techniques and leading-edge technology to ensure our patients receive the most comprehensive and comfortable care possible.
Just as importantly, we take immense pride in taking the time to understand your individual needs and answer your questions in a thorough and professional manner.
Woodborough House has been established for well over 40 years. In 2006 the name was changed to Woodborough House Dental Practice. Woodborough House was the original name of the building that dates from 1888 and has long been a landmark of the Reading Road and Pangbourne.
It was previously owned by a fellow New Zealand dentist, Dr John Andreassen (who was awarded the first New Zealand Masters degree in dentistry in 1968), and operated as J A Andreassen and Associates.
At Woodborough House Dental Practice, we like to consider ourselves part of the village, and love to do our bit for the community. Within the local village we sponsor Pangbourne Primary School with a 10km run for charity in order to raise much needed funds for the school.
At Christmas we contribute to the festivities that bring joy and revelry to the streets of Pangbourne, and we often like to take part in the revelry ourselves!
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