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Month: November 2017

What Pregnancy Does to Your Oral Health
28 Nov, 2017 What Pregnancy Does to Your Oral Health

Being pregnant shapes and changes our bodies in so many different ways, and it doesn’t end at oral health. Although you have a lot of...

Tips on Keeping Your Teeth White
21 Nov, 2017 Tips on Keeping Your Teeth White

Prevention of Stained Teeth The advancements in oral care has meant that people who previously battled with yellow or stained teeth can now walk around...

Know the Warning Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth
13 Nov, 2017 Know the Warning Signs of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Many of us have gotten into a routine with our dentist. Our twice-yearly check-ups make it easy to address relatively common issues, such as aches...

Five Reasons Why Your Child Has Bad Breath
03 Nov, 2017 Five Reasons Why Your Child Has Bad Breath

Instilling good oral hygiene practices within children is vital to ensure they carry a healthy dental routine throughout their lives. Brushing twice daily is great,...

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.