Okehampton Station -View west-south-west towards Meldon from the passenger footbridge copyright Martin BodmanOkehampton Station -View west-south-west towards Meldon from the passenger footbridge copyright Martin Bodman
Our Sunday Rover is welcomed by the Mayor of Okehampton and TV networksOur Sunday Rover is welcomed by the Mayor of Okehampton and TV networks
A ticket from Exeter to Okehampton. 1969. Rosser copyright Roger GriffithA ticket from Exeter to Okehampton. 1969. Rosser copyright Roger Griffith
Find local dentists and dental practices around Okehampton and EX20 1EJ with location maps and contact details. The link below takes you to a vastly improved NHS site which tells you what you need to know! This includes whether they take NHS patients and lots of other useful information. You can also find out whether they do orthodontic dentistry and other complex work.

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Dental Surgeries

mydentist, okehampton

6 Station Rd, England, Okehampton EX20 1DZ, UK – 01837 52745

It is not the best ever but it is certainly above average. Receptionists very friendly.

A very well managed practice with friendly, courteous staff. The standard of dental treatment itself is of the highest quality - I have no hesitation in recommending it.

Specsavers Opticians Okehampton

17 Fore St, Okehampton EX20 1AN, UK – 01837 650970

All good, friendly & helpful, but they cannot hide that their primary goal is to extract every last penny possible from each customer. It takes a lot of work to get what you want over what they want you to want.

Great experience, staff are very friendly and approachable. Do not have to sit around and wait either.

Okehampton Medical Centre

East St, Okehampton EX20 1AY, UK – 01837 52233

An excellent medical centre. Somehow (despite worsening funding pressures and an increasing population combined with an excessive number of over-entitled individuals within the population who expect an expensive private service without paying a penny in either medical fees or taxes) the practice has somehow managed to adapt and to cope and continue to offer safe care. To any who feel aggrieved by the medical centre, why not register at a different practice and see whether your issues have any genuine value (you will certainly find identical problems at every medical centre) or even write to your MP to try and create the political changes which are required for a better service to be offered.