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Dental Implants

Prevent the Need for Dental Implants
20 Aug, 2019 Prevent the Need for Dental Implants

Prevent the Need for Dental Implants with Good Oral Health As baby boomers age, many of us are involved in their health care. Many people...

Dental Bridges or Dental Implants
09 Jul, 2019 Dental Bridges or Dental Implants

Which are Better - Dental Implants or Bridges? Dental techniques and technology has advanced significantly in the past few decades, giving dentists near you more...

Dental Implants or Dentures
02 Jul, 2019 Dental Implants or Dentures

If you are missing one or more teeth, due to the advancement of dental technology over the past few decades, there are many safe and...

How to Look After A Tooth Implant
31 Aug, 2018 How to Look After A Tooth Implant

Undergoing dental surgery and having tooth implants fitted is a great way to regain the look and function of your teeth. Implants is a good...

12 Jan, 2017 Gillian

Gillian was concerned about her few remaining upper teeth that were loose and discoloured and wanted a long term solution and didn't want to wear...

How Do We Treat Missing Teeth?
18 Oct, 2015 How Do We Treat Missing Teeth?

Gaps in the teeth not only appear unsightly but they also lead to bone loss through a process known as resorption. Patients who’ve had many...

Improve Your Life with Dental Implants
01 Aug, 2015 Improve Your Life with Dental Implants

Tooth loss can be quite an embarrassing situation to deal with. The gaps that remain after extraction of the teeth alter the structure of the...

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.