We’re open and look forward to seeing you again
Keeping you safe when you visit us
We completely understand you may be more nervous about visiting the dentist than normal.
The truth is, your visit will be different. There will be more safety measures in place and consequently, our practices may feel more ‘clinical’. Our dentists, hygienists and nurses will be wearing more safety clothing and face wear, and our reception teams will be behind screens and wearing masks too.
We’ll ask you to use hand sanitiser and wear a face mask while in practice, but it’s only for everyone’s protection. We’re still the same friendly people and we will continue to look after you and put your care first.
We’ll send you forms to complete before your appointment via a link to your email address, and contact you 24 hours beforehand to ask some health-related questions.
(Please make sure we have your up-to-date information)
To limit the number of people in the practice, please ensure you don’t turn up too early or be late. Please come alone, unless necessary, and only bring essential belongings. You will be asked to place your belongings into a lidded container inside or outside the treatment room.
You’ll notice that we’ve installed plastic screens at the front of our reception desks. This will keep you and our staff safe when you make payments or rebook another appointment.
Maintain essential hygiene
You must clean your hands upon arrival and exiting the practice using the antibacterial gel provided.
You’ll be asked to wear a mask to your appointment. And our staff will wear appropriate personal protective equipment to ensure their safety – as well as yours.
We’ll check your temperature upon arrival using a non-contact thermometer. If it’s deemed too high, we will ask you to reschedule your appointment for a later date.
More frequent, deeper cleans
We’re performing deeper, thorough and more frequent cleans – especially in our surgeries. These are scheduled throughout the day to fit around appointments.