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Cavendish Imaging Bristol Satellite
at CT Dent Bristol
Litfield House Medical Centre
1 Litfield Place
Clifton
BS8 3LS

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Opening Hours

Please call us to book an appointment.

Imaging services

Conventional Radiography and Cone Beam CT scanning

Other services

All our on-line services are accessible to our Bristol satellite customers, from the reformatting of digital images to the production of anatomical models and computer-assisted design and manufacture (CAD-CAM).

Wheelchair access

The imaging equipment at this Satellite is on the ground floor. Wheelchairs can usually be positioned in front of the imaging equipment.

For Clinicians

Please register/login as a Web User to refer your patient online or post your referral.

For Patients

Please let us know if you require any particular assistance prior to your visit so that we can help you best.

How to get here

General Directions: This Satellite is located in Clifton, at the corner of Clifton Down Road and Camp Road. It is inside the Litfield House Medical Centre, there is a red post box outside. There is free parking in the designated patient bays.

Payment

Payment will be taken on the day for most examinations, unless we have an account arrangement with your referrer. Our services are recognised by most insurers. Please obtain an authorisation number- specific to your CBCT scan before your visit and bring your membership/policy number with you on the day of examination.

We accept GooglePay, ApplePay, most credit/ debit cards and cash (exact amount only). Up-to-date fees are displayed in the waiting room.

Please be advised that, when payment is on an account to a third party (e.g. insurance, embassy or sponsor), in the event of non-payment or shortfall on the account, patients are liable for settlement accordingly.