We hope you and your loved ones are well and stay safe over this Christmas period 🌟 We just wanted to notify you that we will be closed from the 23rd December and we will re-open on the 4th January. When we re-open we will still be following the guidance of the most recent restrictions and policies in place. We will be adding a Covid-19 test to our screening process to help eliminate the possibility of the virus entering our practice environment. This will further ensure the
Christmas is so close now and it's a great feeling to have something exciting and fun to look forward to! This time of year always includes a lot of sparkles, laughs and some delicious food and drinks which we can assume everyone is looking forward to! During this time, children will be getting excited to break up from school and to use the time off to celebrate Christmas - this includes indulging in all the sweets and treats! It's important to maintain and upkeep a good dent
Our dental practice was founded in 2000 and since then we feel privileged to have gained such loyal and lovely patients. Over time we have grown as a dental team and pushed our expertise and knowledge to offer the best service in our treatment and technology. We love to hear back from our patients in order to know when patients are satisfied and to make sure our practice is running in the best way for them. It is always lovely to know when we have really made a difference or
We thoroughly decontaminate and sterilise all of our instruments and surgery rooms after every patient. Every morning we make sure our autoclave passes its tests before we start the clinical day! This image below is our amazing piece of machinery which ensures all of our instruments are thoroughly sterilised. Health and safety for everyone in our practice, patients and staff, is our highest priority! As well as this we have hand sanitiser available throughout the practice and
Did you know that approximately one in three adults have tooth decay?* Fillings are usually needed when an un-natural cavity forms on the tooth due to a build up of plaque which causes tooth decay. Fillings are used to fill the cavity and to help make it stronger to prevent any further damage to the tooth. While traditionally amalgam fillings were used for tooth cavities, there are now health concerns of the level of mercury content that consists within them. For health reaso
As the months have rolled on since the start of covid-19, society has put extra precautions in place for the protection of the population's health. As rules and regulations have adapted and changed, so have people's approach to the virus.
Since we have re-opened we have put in place new and strict guidelines and precautions to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff are protected. We wanted to offer reassurance to our patients and new patients that since being
As routines and lifestyles are slowly getting back to what they used to be, you may find that your schedule is getting more and more busy and you're finding it hard to tick off those needed errands or appointments you planned to get around to! We understand that everyone has different lifestyles - whether you need to organise children's schedules, your own work's timetable or to dedicate some time for some self care and social meetings. We as a dental practice would like to m