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We are now open, however, are operating with strict procedures in place to protect the safety of our patients and staff.
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Your dental care and safety are of paramount importance to us, which is why we’re making a few changes within the practice to help protect both staff and patients.
As most of you will be aware there is a new flu that is making its way around called COVID-19 or Coronavirus, and we have put appropriate measures in place to prevent the spread of this virus.
The cleaning of our clinical areas is as thorough as always, however, we are increasing the cleaning around reception and waiting areas. We will make sure to wipe down all surfaces after each patient visit, as to prevent the spread.
We ask that you please wash your hands on arrival to the clinic, or use the hand sanitiser gel that is available on reception. Please make sure to wash your hands thoroughly and for at least 20 seconds, as well as try to avoid touching your face.
As extra precautionary measures, we are replacing the hand towels with disposable paper towels.
If you have experienced any cold and flu-like symptoms, have traveled to or through identified risk countries, or come into contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus please do not come into the practice. As per the government’s advice please self-isolate yourself for 7 days.
If you have an appointment arranged with us please call us to rearrange with plenty of notice, so we can allocate your appointment slot to another patient.
Patients in self-isolation may ring the practice seeking urgent dental care advice, however as per the NHS advice if advice cannot be provided over the telephone and treatment is required we would advise you to call NHS 111.
We have found the following information useful for the prevention of the spread of coronavirus by the BBC.
If you are unsure about your appointment or treatment give us a call on 01709 917 666 and we will be able to best advise you.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in these hard times, as always we strive to give our patients the best possible treatment and advice.