Coronavirus - COVID-19 Statement

We regret to say that we are temporarily closed for all face to face consultations and treatments during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Please feel free to contact us with routine enquiries as usual by email.

If you are one of our registered patients and you have an urgent dental problem please call the practice for information on how to access advice and care. One of our dentists is on call from 8am to 9pm seven days a week to help you.

We can deliver essential dental care products to regular patients living locally who are self isolating; please email the practice if you would like this service. There is no delivery charge payable.

Please follow our Instagram and Facebook pages for regular updates, advice on dental care and fun facts.

We look forward very much to serving you when we reopen. In the meantime, stay home, stay safe, save lives.

Celia Burns
Clinical Director

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