Easter 2022
The surgery will be closed on:
  • Good Friday (15th April 2022)
  • Easter Monday (18th April 2022)
  • May Day (Monday 2nd May 2022)
  • Julibee Holiday (Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd June 2022)
The team at Harpers
Covid-19 Update
The practice is now open for as many face-to-face appointments as restrictions allow All appointments are pre-arranged by phone and we are prioritising patients in dental pain or under treatment when the crisis began If your appointment is routine or you are in a vulnerable or shielded group, we would ask for your patience a little longer please As the national situation improves, our restrictions will be lifted and we will return to seeing more patients each day

If you have any concerns, please contact us - we are happy to talk!
We would like to thank all our patients for your continued support, as we navigate these unprecedented times
The team at Harpers


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Mr. Albert Harper established Harpers Dental Practice in 1897. His son, Cecil joined the practice having graduated from Manchester University in 1925. In turn, Cecil's son James graduated with a dental degree from Durham University and joined the practice in 1958. Today, Sheffield graduate (1986) David continues the family tradition as principle dentist of the practice.

If you have to cancel an appointment, please give us 24 hours notice so that we can offer the time to other patients waiting for treatment.

To treat you safely, we will need a full medical history to be updated at every appointment
If you take prescribed medication, please bring with you a current medication list to your appointment

Important Note: It is the responsibility of patients to ensure that they make and keep appointments within a 2 year period.

Patients not seen in this time frame will no longer be regarded as a patient at this practice.

Any patient failing two appointments within a two year period (or one appointment within the first year for new patients) will no longer be seen at this practice, unless there are extenuating circumstances.