Contact Us

You can book your next dentist appointment at The Gentle Touch by calling us. Alternatively, you may leave an enquiry about the practice and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Call Us: 01573 224 802

The Gentle Touch Dental Practice
The Corn Exchange
31 Woodmarket


Leave an enquiry

Please fill in this form to get in touch for non-urgent enquiries.


Out Of Hours

In the unfortunate occurrence of a dental emergency, please telephone 01573 224802 and the answer phone message will inform you of details for emergency assistance.

In Case of Emergency

If you require an emergency appointment, please contact the practice as soon as possible so that you can be seen promptly. We set aside time every day for emergencies. Whilst we do our best to give you an appointment with your own dentist, this may not always be possible.

Rescheduling your Dentist Appointment

We understand that you may need to rearrange your appointments but we would appreciate if you could allow us at least 24 hours’ notice. There may be a charge if you miss an appointment or cancel at short notice.


Find us

The Practice is located in the restored Corn Exchange Building, in the heart of Kelso, close to parking and amenities. Our entrance is on the side of the building, in the pedestrian alleyway leading from Woodmarket to the Old Parish Church, and the Knowes car park beyond.

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