Opening Hours

Monday - 9am - 5:30pm 

Tuesday - 9am - Till Late

Wednesday - 8am - 5:30pm

Thursday - 9am - 5:30pm 

Friday - 9am - 5:00pm 

Saturday - 9am - 1pm 

Emergency appointments available. 

Treatments available at Cuddy Dentists


A wide variety of unsightly and unhealthy dental conditions can be corrected including chipped teeth, cracked teeth, misshapen teeth, misaligned teeth and discoloured teeth. Veneers are commonly used in correcting some of the above conditions. The result is an amazing and dramatic improvement in your smile. 


There are many different types of restorative treatments available from:

Bridges - Crowns - Dentures.

Here at Cuddy Dentists we provide all of these services under one roof. 


Dental hygiene treatment includes professionally cleaning the teeth for the patient. This is usually called scaling and polishing. However, perhaps our most important role is showing the patient the best way to keep the teeth free of plaque.


Extractions are a lot less common today than they once were as people are taking better care of their teeth and as dentists we are able to save a lot more than we could previously. Despite these advances there are still times when an extraction of a tooth is the only option. A tooth may have to be removed for several reasons, for example if it's damaged and can't be repaired. Severe gum disease can cause a tooth to become loose and it will have to be taken out or  wisdom tooth problems - if there isn't enough space in your mouth for your wisdom teeth they may become impacted (stuck behind the tooth in front) and need to be removed

The dentists  at Frank Cuddy & Associates Dental Surgery have introduced a new type of local anaesthetic to ensure the area is completely numb before we take a tooth out.  We also offer oral sedation to  nervous patients if he or she feels  they need it.  Your comfort during the procedure is our priority. We do everything in our power to make the procedure comfortable as possible.

During the procedure you will feel some pressure in your mouth and hear some noise. You should not feel any pain.