01392 873899 384 Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 6HE

How to find us


384 Topsham Road


01392 873899


[email protected]
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Opening Hours

Monday 07.30 – 17.30
Tuesday 07.30 – 17.30
Wednesday 07.30 – 13.00
Thursday 07.30 – 17.30
Friday 07.30 – 16.30
Saturday We work 2 Saturdays per month by appointment only.

Other early morning and late night appointments may be available on request.


Getting to the practice

The Dee Shapland Dental Surgery is conveniently located in Topsham Road near to Countess Wear Roundabout and on the service road for King George V playing fields.

We are not far from Topsham, Exeter City centre and the M5 motorway.

We are easily accessible by bus and have free parking directly outside of the surgery and in King George V playing fields adjacent to the surgery entrance (a one minute walk away).

The following buses stop at Countess Wear Roundabout:
No’s: 2, 2A, 57, 57C, 39, 53, 970, J, K, T, X38, X46, X53, X65, X, V66, PR6
(Please check with Stagecoach that these buses are still stopping here prior to travelling).

You are welcome to park in the surgery drive if you are disabled or have limited mobility and we have a ramp for easy access.

Please inform us if you require any assistance with entering or leaving the surgery.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Notice

Dear Patients

Although we are not able to see you face to face, we are still here to provide telephone support and advice with any dental problems or concerns you may have. Nick and Anastasios are available to speak to their own registered patients between 09.30 – 16.30 Monday to Friday, and 09.00 – 11.00 at weekends. They are both providing advice, analgesia and antibiotic prescriptions. If you require face to face support, they will refer you to the best available support location for your needs.

Please call 07778059518 to speak to them.

For a severe dental emergency – acute dental pain, facial swelling – i.e. a dental abscess or persistent bleeding that won’t stop with pressure, outside of these hours, please call 111.

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