Important Covid-19 information

Covid 19 restrictions have been lifted, however at our clinics housed within a multiservice facility building, you may be asked to wear a face mask on arrival (unless exempt) and while you are within the communal areas of the buildings.

To protect you and our teams, you will ask some health questions before attending your appointment.

Thank you for your understanding and continued cooperation.

We are currently providing care for all of our Bedfordshire patients at a number of locations, which at present are;

Dental Care Centre, Bedford – Tel: 01234 310210
London Rd Dental Clinic, Bedford – Tel: 01234 310427
Liverpool Road Dental Clinic, Luton – Tel: 01582 708121
Leighton Buzzard Dental Clinic – Tel: 01525 751104
Houghton Regis Dental Clinic – 01582 512612
Queens Park Dental Clinic, Bedford – Tel: 01234 310859
Marsh Farm Dental Clinic, Luton – Tel: 01582 707435

The clinic

Houghton Regis

Houghton Regis Health Centre
Bedford Square Centre
Tithe Farm Road, Houghton Regis

Opening times

Monday8.50am – 4.45pm
Tuesday8.50am – 4.45pm
Wednesday8.50am – 4.45pm
Thursday8.50am – 4.45pm
Friday8.50am – 4.45pm



Limited free parking is available in the public carpark opposite the Health Centre. Blue Badge parking spaces are available for patients visiting the Health Centre.

Public transport

Public Transport

You can find bus stops on Tithe Farm Road opposite the entrance to Bedford Square.

For details of public transport links please visit Public Transport Central Bedfordshire


Our services

Additional Needs

We know that some patients can have difficulties in accessing dental care. We’re here to give high quality treatment and a caring, understanding approach to children and adults with additional needs.

What services do you offer?

We are experienced in treating patients with a wide range of additional needs, supporting them and their families and carers through dental treatment.

We have ground floor clinics that are accessible to wheelchair users.  Some of our clinics have wheelchair recliners, hoists and bariatric dental chairs.

We provide a caring, understanding environment for patients with learning disabilities.

We build long-term relationships with our patients. We pride ourselves on our good communication with hospital services, social services, specialist learning disability services and special schools.

We provide dental care with:

  • Behaviour management techniques
  • Inhalation sedation
  • Intravenous sedation
  • General anaesthesia

Do you accept referrals?

We are a referral only service.

Oral Surgery

Some patients may be referred to our Minor Oral Surgery Service if they need dental care which cannot be provided by their regular dentist.

If your Dentist believes this is the best option for you, they will refer you to our services. Following this we will offer you an assessment appointment.

The term “Minor oral surgery” refers to smaller operations and includes removing wisdom teeth, impacted teeth, and severely broken-down teeth, as well as apicectomies, biopsies and other procedures.

This service is available to patients living in Bedfordshire and Luton, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire or Milton Keynes, on referral from their dentist. Patients are treated by a specialist oral surgeon in the comfort of a dental practice environment.

All treatment is carried out under local anaesthetic and patients are not put to sleep.

At your first appointment with us you will be seen by a dentist who will assess your dental needs. You will be asked to provide information about your general health, including any medications you take and you will also be asked whether you pay for NHS dental treatment.

An assessment appointment usually takes between 20 and 40 minutes. After the dentist has checked your mouth and teeth, they will talk to you about any treatment needed. If treatment is needed the dentist will discuss the options available to you.

Specialist Team
Oral surgery is carried out by “dentists with a special interest in oral surgery” (DwSI) who have gained the necessary skills and experience by receiving training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Departments in hospitals and are all registered as specialists with the General Dental Council.