Keppel Advanced Dentistry in Sutton, is now a part of a growing and recognised network of dentists, dental hygienists, and dental clinics that share a dedication to enhance patient well-being, safety and comfort in all aspects of dental treatment. Our goal is to improve the standards of care in dental practices all over the world.

Slow Dentistry aims to revolutionise the way dental treatments are approached, with a strong emphasis on the patients’ needs and with an emphasis in providing each patient at least one hour for their appointment.

Keppel Dentistry is the official and only registered Slow Dentistry clinic in Surrey. We also offer pain-free dentistry as well as personalised nervous patient care to ensure your complete comfort.

No Rushed Dental Appointments

Our approach to Slow Dentistry starts with works on using time – more of it – to deliver excellent results while avoiding the rush that is often synonymous with a fast-paced life.

What makes Slow Dentistry different from other dental approaches?

  • We offer a minimum time of 1 hour for your appointment- no need to rush!
  • Slow Dentistry involves not only great dentistry but also protects our patients!

When you are not rushing through your time in the dental clinic, you can enjoy the following benefits:

  • Reassurance of nervous and dental phobic patients – We always start by taking time to understand your needs and reassure you every step of the way
  • Complete understanding of your treatment/s – before the procedure starts
  • Confidence and peace of mind on your treatment outcome – reassurance evry step of the way
  • Safer treatments – We focus on your exact needs without worrying about tight schedules
  • Overall a more relaxed dental experience – no rush, no pressure, with all the time to have your questions and concerns addressed
  • Thorough clinic disinfection – after each patient visit to ensure your wellbeing during your visit.

Slow Dentistry offers remarkable benefits for both the patient and the dentist to provide an incredibly positive experience.

Online Consultations at Your Pace at Keppel Advanced Dentistry

  • Do you have any initial questions that need answering before coming to the practice? We offer online consultations where a treatment coordinator will provide you with the answers and advice you seek before seeing the dentist.
  • We only see 8-10 patients a day in our clinic so there is no need to speed through your appointment. You can have all the time you need to voice your concerns and questions regarding your dental treatment.
  • Only one person is allowed in the waiting area at a given time so you will not feel pressured to rush through the consultation, nor will you be bothered with the thought that many patients are waiting for you to finish quickly so they can have their turn.

Decontamination Explained

Covid-19 Concerns/FAQs

Q: Is Covid-19 testing available in your practice?
A: Yes, we have Covid-19 testing kits that can be used for patients so you can eliminate your worries and give you peace of mind during this challenging time. All our staff members are also tested so you can be assured that you are in good, safe hands when you come in for your consultations and treatments. 

Q: How do you keep the dental practice safe and properly sanitised?
A: After every patient appointment and treatment, the rooms undergo complete decontamination with every surface carefully wiped down with antibacterial solutions. 

Q: Are there sanitisers available for patients?
A: Yes, we provide antibacterial gels that patients can use to ensure their hands and belongings are clean and properly sanitised while inside our clinic.



Q: Why is it necessary for me to sign a patient consent form?
A: After getting a thorough treatment explanation from the dentist, the consent form provides confirmation that you understand the treatment, the steps involved, as well as its risks and benefits.

Q: Does my child need a rubber dam during the treatment?
A: Yes, the rubber dam is required for certain treatments, even those that involve milk teeth. It really will make their treatment more comfortable

Q: How can I make sure that the clinic is properly sanitised?
A: Whilst you do not see the actual disinfection taking place, we will have a visible day and time rota sheet showing when the disinfection was carried. You may also ask any member of staff to verify that the required hygiene procedures are being followed.

Q: Is the anaesthetic necessary for all treatment?
A: No, there are some treatments that do not need an anaesthetic – your dentist will inform you about this.

Q: Is there a parking area nearby?
A: We have on-site parking for your convenience.


Keppel Advanced Dentistry

We are committed to making sure each and every patient receives the best service, specifically tailored to their individual needs.

From your first visit, we spend time talking and listening to you so we know your thoughts on your own dental health and appearance of your smile, as well as your expectations of us and the level of customer care we provide. Our clinic is designed to make you feel right at home.