New £2.5m business to open at Central Six Retail Park in Coventry

It will be opening in October
-Credit: (Image: MyDentist)


A huge new £2.5m dental practice will soon be opening in Coventry. MyDentist is set to open later this year at Central Six Retail Park on Warwick Road.

Headquartered in Manchester, MyDentist is the largest dental care provider in the UK. It has existing city practices on Kingston Road in Earlsdon and Moseley Avenue in Coundon.

Both will soon be closing ahead of the brand-new site opening at Central Six Retail Park. Customers can expect state-of-the-art facilities following a huge investment of £2.5m

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Bosses said that the new city centre-based practice will have a greater range of dental treatments and technology, as well as disabled access and improved travel links, as it is just minutes from Coventry Train Station. It will be opening this October.

Around 24,000 existing patients will be relocating to the new city centre-based MyDentist. All will be given an enhanced choice of treatment options, including teeth straightening, hygiene appointments, dental implants and teeth whitening.

MyDentist will be opening at Central Six Retail Park
MyDentist will be opening at Central Six Retail Park -Credit:MyDentist

John Hudson, Property Director at MyDentist, said: “We are thrilled to be on track to open our new Coventry practice in October. It marks an exciting chapter for MyDentist, with the new Central Six Retail Park site being one of the largest practices we will have ever opened.”

Adrian Leech, Area Development Manager at MyDentist, added: “While we work to ensure the practice is ready to open its doors officially in October, our teams at both MyDentist Earlsdon and MyDentist Coundon remain committed to providing patients with the best possible level of care.”

He added: “We look forward to welcoming patients into the new practice in October and to delivering affordable care to the community of Coventry so that they can continue to access the vital dental care that they need.”

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