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Month: July 2017

What Your Mouth Is Telling You About Your Health
28 Jul, 2017 What Your Mouth Is Telling You About Your Health

Your mouth could be telling you a lot more than you think. There’s been a lot of research surrounding what your oral state can tell...

Common Mistakes Made Whilst Brushing Teeth
24 Jul, 2017 Common Mistakes Made Whilst Brushing Teeth

It seems like one of the easiest parts of our day – brushing our teeth. It’s something we are taught from a young age and...

What Is a Root Canal? The Basics
18 Jul, 2017 What Is a Root Canal? The Basics

Root canals aren’t used for causing pain to patients, despite what people might tell you about the procedure. They are actually in place as one...

The Foods That Help Your Teeth
12 Jul, 2017 The Foods That Help Your Teeth

There are a number of ways that you can aid your dental hygiene. We are always told the foods that are detrimental for our oral...

Habits to Include in Your Dental Routine
08 Jul, 2017 Habits to Include in Your Dental Routine

We’ve all heard we should brush twice a day, but are you really doing all you can to ensure a healthy mouth and smile? Picking...

Caring for your health and safety during these difficult times

 

Your health and safety is always our number one priority, so we are taking additional precautions while caring for you during COVID-19.

A thorough screening process is currently in place to keep patients and staff safe. With these measures in place, we can now conduct routine and emergency dental care for all new and existing patients.

Strict infection guidelines have always been adhered to in our practice, however we have introduced additional precautions, including:

  • Social distancing in the waiting room
  • Hand sanitizer provided on entry to the practice
  • Temperature testing on arrival
  • Minimal additional guests allowed. We allow patients only, with the exception of one parent to children’s appointments, or if a companion is needed to translate.
  • Pre-treatment rinsing. The rinse contains hydrogen peroxide which kills COVID-19.
  • Use of Rubber Dam where feasible
  • Increased decontamination procedures conducted throughout the day

To maintain patient safety and strict infection control measures we are constantly monitoring and modifying regular workflows.
If you have any questions, please speak to our friendly staff for more information.

Thank you for your understanding.

Dental on Clarendon.