Dentist Can anyone recommend a local NHS Dentist ? Must be within a short bus ride from GY town center. Tweet Comments Showing 14 of 14 Pop S 1 year, 2 months ago Plummers at Bradwell. They have several other branches also. Jackie F 1 year, 2 months ago Hopton Dental Practice. Bus stop right near it. Paul A 1 year, 2 months ago A D P 116 Lowestoft Road, Gorleston-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR31 6NB01493 665933 Found these very good and great with kids. Raymond P 1 year, 2 months ago theres a good one on lowestoft rd which is the continuation of gorleston high st go up past the police station and towards the top of the hill on the right is a big white house and yes they were still taking on nhs when i was there last week you should be able to bring them up using google etc ive been with them for over twenty years best of luck ray p Raymond P 1 year, 2 months ago personaly i would rather travel the extra couple of miles to gorleston if i was you Paul A 1 year, 2 months ago Yes Raymond thats the ADP dentist. Mandy C 1 year, 2 months ago I agree with Jackie F. If you can manage to get there the Hopton Dental Practice is very good. Richard L 1 year, 1 month ago Plummers on the Quay in Great Yarmouth (Not far from the Town Hall)are really good, and a short walk from the town centre Jane S 1 year, 1 month ago You can have my appointment if you want it Tonia lol Tonia R inactive 1 year, 1 month ago Plummers aren't NHS and the rest are a bit far out. The going would be alright but I don't fancy coming back looking as if I've just lost all15 rounds with Mike Tyson :( I've been to PE Roos but they are deaf and I don't know much sign language, ha ha. I explained that although my teeth look good it doesn't stop them falling out, so I had some falsies made for Red Rum (they definately weren't for me). I've now got another tooth ready to fall out, and my bottom teeth are hanging on by a wing and a prayer. Plus they don't believe me when I say my tooth isn't numb and won't take others out until I turn up with my umpteenth absess. If I had the money I'd go back to Thorpe road in Norwich, go to sleep for half an hour and wake up when it's all over. Aah the good old days ! Tre W 1 year, 1 month ago I am 52 and have been petrified of dentists all my life. I would only see emergency dentists. At one point I got so bad I pulled my own tooth out. I had to go to the dentist again as an emergency with a hole in my tooth, normally you go in, they ask whats wrong, you say please dont touch it and they stick that metal hook in it, but this time I saw Cheryl Frost in Hopton. She told me she would sort me out if I would give her a chance, she said I was making things worse by only seeing emergency dentists and not trusting anyone. I am pleased to say, she didnt hurt me, I go back regular, all my children go there too, and so do my grandchildren. SHe is amazing and I am never scared to go.Good luck I hope you find a nice one xx I'm with J whites bodyshop Tonia R inactive 1 year, 1 month ago From the bottom of my heart I thank you for suggestions, I have contacted Plummers and they still are not taking on new NHS patients. I will carry on taking my own teeth out until I've slowly saved up enough from my ESA to go back to Thorpe Road, Norwich as a private patient. With all the unemployed in GY youd've thought NHS would follow don't ya think ? Tonia R inactive 1 year, 1 month ago Tre W, it's not that I'm petrified of Dentists per say, it was the chair (now they call them 'Lazy Boys'), I used to have a phobia of needles (that Dentists didn't understand) until a fortnight as an inmate at JPH put paid to that. My problems are : The bloody chair still, and lythocane and novacane. Whenever I am given either anaesthetic my nose and top lip goes numb but my gums don't. I'm reassured that I've been given a dose for an elephant, well that fills me with the confidence that I'm being treated by a bloody vet ! I'll be 52 on April 11 2013. I used to have to have agreement in place between Dentists and I, you hurt me I'll hurt you. I know this may sound harsh, but I've had Dentists put their knee on my chest to pull out a tooth, Dental nurses pin me down etc, never a pleasurable experience. It's better I'm knocked out for safety reasons. Kerry G 1 year, 1 month ago Have you tried the one on Crown Road opposite St. Georges park ?? We us them and they are great x Comments are closed. Why not start a new conversation?