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We want the best for your teeth. That's why we've put together some information about your visit to our clinic, preventative care and other dentistry issues.

We provide you with regular news about the dental sector and our practice.

Dr Pascal X Pinto On the Specialist Register Oral Surgery If you would like to have one or more dental implants to restore missing teeth or to stabilize a denture.For more details or to book an free assessment appointment.

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Park Street Dental Practice Weymouth Dorset UK

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We are very honoured to be joined at

Park Street Dental Practice Weymouth by:

Dr. Pascal Xavier Pinto

BDS, MDS On The Specialist Register Oral Surgery, FDSRCS(Eng)

GDC no 285238



Dr Pascal X Pinto was born in East Africa and graduated from the University of Bombay in 1988. He has done his Postgraduate training in Bombay, Bruges and London before settling down in the Dorset Coast.

He has done his Postgraduate training at the Royal London Hospital and Dental Institute. Was Specialist Registrar Oral Surgery, Barts and the London NHS Trust and Research Fellow Saint Jan Hospital Bruges, Belgium. Over three decades of experience in Clinical Dentistry with Special interest in Implantology, Surgical and Cosmetic Orthodontics and Oral Surgery. He would also like to utilise his experience in Dental Sleep Medicine to help patients with snoring problems.

Currently beside being in full time practice at the Park Street Dental Practice Weymouth. He is also Honorary Lecturer in the Centre for Teaching and Innovation within the Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London and Visiting Faculty Oral Surgery and Implantology KLE University, India.




 DORSET dentists are struggling with a backlog of patients, built up over the past three months.

Dental practices have been closed since the lockdown in late March and were only recently given clearance to reopen on June 8.

The three-month period of closure built up a backlog of patients whose issues were not severe enough to warrant referral to an urgent dental centre.

Dental services are reopening under strict safety guidelines to ensure the safety of both staff and patients.

The standard operating procedure was released by the Chief Dental Officer just days before reopening, so only those who had already taken the risk of ordering PPE were prepared to open on time.

Dianna Dumitriu, owner of Park Street Dental Practice in Weymouth, said: "There is a huge backlog of patients from the last three months, with all sorts of problems.

"We were unsure about when we were going to be able to reopen. It's been difficult to fit people in as we've had so many calls.

"There a lot of rules at the moment, we need to wear the protective equipment and need to make sure the rooms are thoroughly cleaned in between patients. It's all quite complicated.”


Some of the safety measures being taken include, dentists and assistants wearing a significant amount of PPE, reducing the amount of people in the premises at one time, having protective screens and testing patients’ temperature on arrival.

Mrs Dumitriu continued: "There was a lot of guesswork before opening, luckily we had already begun to prepare before we were able to reopen so we was ready quite quickly. Those of us who took a chance to stock protective equipment before we knew exactly what we needed we able to open quickly but others weren't. We weren’t given much notice.

"I've had to prioritise my own patients, unfortunately I wasn't able to accept any new patients. We have also prioritised the most urgent cases, if they were in a lot of pain we would try to see them as quickly as possible.

"We are trying to arrange the appointments as best we can, sometimes we even have to rearrange the day before but people have been very understanding and helpful."









 Our clinic functions with Covid-19

standard operating procedure and personal protection equipment in a accordance with Public Health England standards.We can provide full range of treatments. 

 UPDATE 02/06/2020 COVID-19  Safety measures in our practice. If you'd like an appointment please call 01305783961 rather than coming in as we try to restrict the number of people in the premises at one time.

UPDATE 22/05/2020





The staff have been fit tested with the highly protective FFP3 masks in preparation for the reopening.


Updated 09/05/2020






Dentists must return to work!
Right now we are entangled in a authoritative triangle were the dental practices have not been officially closed for lock-down by Government but have been prevented by Care Quality Comission and Chief Dental Officer to do routine treatments. Hopefully this will end soon but I fear we may be again the Cinderella of healthcare.



Caring for you and your dental care


As the unprecedented situation of COVID-19 continues to significantly affect our daily life, I’d like to take this opportunity to update you on some important changes that are happening at your practice.
The guidance from Government is changing almost daily, but the one thing we are clear on is that we are currently unable to carry routine procedures in our practice. Whilst we are required to comply with this guidance, we also want to reassure you that your dental care needs are still of upmost priority to us.


What happens if you have a dental emergency?


If you find yourself in a dental emergency, please call us at the practice on 01305783961. We will have expert advice on hand that will support by directing you to the correct place for care should this be needed.


What if you have an upcoming appointment?


If you have an appointment booked over the next few weeks, you don’t need to do anything. We are currently working to make contact with all patients to reschedule their appointment to a time that is convenient for you.  

As a membership plan patient, please be assured that you are a priority to us and as such, once we are given the appropriate guidance to re-open, we will invite you back into our practice to carry out your oral health examination ensuring you are still receiving the required number of appointments included within your membership. Where required, we will be extending our opening hours to make sure that no-one is waiting longer than they have to for their appointments. 

We are extremely grateful for your support as a practice member during these difficult times and we remain absolutely committed to our plan membership, as we know that this enables us to identify any dental health issues early, playing a crucial role in the control and prevention of gum inflammation/disease.

In the meantime, please do everything you can to keep yourselves and those around you safe and avoid any unnecessary risks. We are looking forward to seeing you again soon and don’t forget, if you have any questions, please call our supportive team on 01305783961 or email us at . 

Yours sincerely


Diana Dumitriu

Park Street Dental Practice






ESE congress Vienna Austria 2019 - just a few images for future reference .

I was glad to be there!

Hearing loop aid on site since June 2019

Dr Antonios Glynis has joined Park Street Dental Practice in August 2017. He has graduated dental school in 2014 in Iasi Romania. He is originally from Greece, were he worked as a dentist in Military Hospital Athens Greece

since graduation.He comes with excellent references. He is very kind , honest and competent.


We are proud to announce that the new surgery 2, fully dedicated to endodontics, is now in use.

This is New Sterilisation room !

We are proud to announce that our dentist Diana Dumitriu has had part of her research published in the most prestigious scientific publication in endodontics Journal of Endodontics. Please follow the link below for more information



NEWS ! Register now as a patient and 
take advantage of the offer below:
Children under 12 years of age, 
are seen free of charge
when accompanying paying adults.
For 12 to 18 years old, 50% discount applies.


CQC Inspection Report


Dental implants now available


 If you would like to have one or more dental implants to restore missing teeth or to stabilize a denture,

please call now for a free assessment appointment : 01305783961

or email







We are proud to announce our dentist Diana Dumitriu

has passed the final evaluation for the award of

Master in Science in Endodontics from the University of Warwick

Nov 2013.

Quality assured for endodontic treatment with top range equipment

by Carl Zeiss OPMI 11 dental microscope.

The new look of the surgery.

Now there is a stairs lift installed, making access easier for the patients with reduced mobility.

We accept debit or credit cards.

New internet access online
Our new website tells you all about our services. If you want to get in touch with us,

phone us on 01305 783961 or use our contact form to make an appointment at contact.