Public health guidelines during Covid 19

We are Open!


We want to thank you for your incredible support, patience and understanding over these past few months. We are delighted to be returning and we cannot wait to continue your treatment.

What is Next?

We will be prioritising the emergencies that we have already triaged throughout lockdown and we do not expect to return to ‘a new normal’ until advised by NHS England.

We will be opening with a reduced capacity and increasing as the threat level decreases, in line with government and Chief Dental Officer’s advice and guidelines. This is because we must allow time between each patient, don and doff PPE and follow new decontamination procedures in the surgery. We promise to communicate our plans and the next steps to all our patients as they develop.

This has been an incredibly difficult closure and opening even more difficult to try and ensure the safety of our staff and our patients and, while we are confident we have achieved this, it’s something we feel we ought not to rush.

What to expect:

Please do not call for routine dental appointments.

If you have an upcoming appointment, and are waiting to be seen, please call us and check if the appointment is still valid AND/OR if the appointment has been postponed due to the present COVID-19 situation as we work slightly different from before and we can't see as many patients due to present precautions we have in place. We might not be able to accommodate you if you just turn up and hope for the best. Emergencies we are always happy to see but we have to do a thorough screening first with some signed documentation beforehand.

If you have a dental emergency please email or call us on 500959 and listen to the full message.

Please click on this link for full details on the reopening and this link for practical advice.

COVID-19 support - Advice, Analgesics and Antibiotics for patients (AAA).

Bleeding Gums

Crown and Bridge

Hole, cracked, filing out

Oral Hygeine

Tooth Ache

Wisdom Tooth