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This part of our work occupies much of our time repairing the ravages of dental decay.
In order to keep your teeth all of your life the most critical thing is to maintain healthy gums and more significantly the bone beneath that holds your teeth in place
QuickStraightTeeth™ uses nearly-invisible braces to gently straighten your teeth, and give you that smile you’ve always dreamed of.a.
Smilelign, the clear choice for a better smile ‘Smile and the whole World smiles with you’
The Somnowell sleeping aid is a very effective long-term treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea.
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We would rather be preserving teeth and preventing disease but sometimes teeth are missing and dentures are the solution.
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We aim to provide dental care of a consistent quality, for all patients.
Please ring The Dental Practice at your earliest convenience; we will do our utmost to get you an appointment as soon as possible.
We absolutely understand that a visit to a dental practice can be very daunting for some people. Some patients don’t mind much but at the other end of the spectrum people can be very frightened.
England’s CDO Sara Hurley and director of primary care and system transformation, Matt Neligan, will go live to discuss the state of dentistry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dental professionals are encouraged to tune in for the 45 minute session on Friday, 24 April from 4 – 4:45pm.
Questions and comments can be submitted on the day via the chat function. This follows the first coronavirus webinar that was hosted by the pair three weeks ago.
Sara Hurley also spoke out to the industry this week in an exclusive interview with dentistry.co.uk. Speaking about topics from UDC coverage to her absence on social media, she said that they will review and lift public health measures in line with evidence-based guidance.
She said: ‘We will predicate the timing for resumption of all dental services on government decisions.
‘It will only be possible when it is safe for patients and healthcare workers to do so.
‘We will consult with regulatory and professional representative bodies together with leads for public health to determine when we can restore ‘normal’ dental appointment scheduling and surgery arrangements.’