As you can imagine, we are working hard to contact everyone who had their appointment cancelled during the enforced shut down. If we have not yet been in touch, we havent forgotten you! Do feel free to call us to reschedule your appointment. Please bear in mind, your appointment may need to be booked further into the future than originally planned. We are trying to be as accommodating as possible and thank you all for your patience during this extremely busy and difficult time.
We have already welcomed many patients back to the practice and they will have noticed we have added to, and improved our cross infection safety procedures. Please be aware, that despite most of our treatment returing to normal, we will need to see you for a short assessment appointment prior to any treatment (not routine appointments) and can only offer hand scaling when seeing the hygienist.
Yesterday evening we learned that dental practices may begin the process of reopening from 8th June for face to face dental care. It is fantastic news that we are now in a position to be able to start to re-organise the care for our patients and referring dentists.😀
We understand how frustrating the past weeks have been for you and really appreciate your support and understanding during this time.
During lockdown, we have been working hard behind the scenes adapting our protocols and developing new ones to make sure that when we re-open we can do so in a way that is safe for both our patients and team.… Read more >>
Once we reopen, you’ll notice a few changes across the practice.
These range from us opening with extended hours & staggered appointments to allow us to clean between patients but also, you’ll notice changes as a patient.
We’ve made a video to show you what to expect – and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Hi everyone! We really hope you are doing ok & keeping healthy. We are missing seeing you & can’t wait to open the practice doors again. Until then we have to follow guidance from the Chief Dental Officer, who has advised all face-to-face, routine dental treatment has to be postponed.… Read more >>