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Coronavirus Update


Whilst many aspects of life are now, thankfully, returning to some degree of normality we
would like to provide an update on the position within dentistry:

To ensure the safety of our team and patients and in accordance with national mandatory
regulations, restrictions must remain in place within the dental practice
The continued requirement to physically distance restricts our ability to increase patient
access to pre-covid levels although we now have all surgeries operating to full capacity
within the safety criteria The procedures necessary are, at the least, rigorous and demanding.

Following a procedure involving a drill, ultrasonic scaler or air and water spray (AGP) the surgery must be left empty for a minimum of 20 minutes before deep cleaning can even commence. The dental team in surgery will be wearing single use long sleeve gowns, full respirator type FFP3 masks, surgical masks and full-face visors. Our infection control procedures have always been robust, and you can be assured that all the measures advised to protect our patients and team are being taken.

We are able to offer routine appointments in addition to urgent care but regret that the wait
for non-emergency treatment will be longer than previously. Please call the practice to
arrange your visit as we are unable to accept anyone into reception without an appointment.

Unfortunatly we are unable to accept new patients at present.

Thank you all for your continued patience and support.

Stay at home if you have either:


A high temperature;

this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)


A new, continuous cough;

this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)


Do not;

go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.


Call 111

Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do.

The measures we are taking proactively are a proportionate response to the ongoing COVID-19 developments and will help ensure we can best meet the needs of our patients during a sustained period of pressure.   

The situation is being reviewed daily.

The latest NHS guidance on coronavirus is available via the link below.

Due to a higher anticipated call volume our email service is available for you to cancel your appointment. You may not receive a reply but please be assured that action will be taken.

This advice will be updated as necessary and posted via our social media pages.

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24 Bore Street 
WS13 6LL


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Phone: 01543 262092