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COVID-19 Information

Latest Update: 03/11/2020

General information.

Following the announcement of a second national lockdown from Thursday 5th November, please rest assured that ToothBrush Dental Practice remains open to provide  safe and essential dental service.  Your oral health is important and screening for oral diseases including cancer  is vital.  Routine care, including examinations, hygiene and treatment appointments will therefore continue as normal.

We continue to have all the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), excellent infection control procedures and a robust -pre-appointment Covid-19 triaging policy to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.

However, if you would prefer to postpone your appointment to a later date, or wish to discuss any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We strongly recommend that patients in the high risk/vulnerable group delay non-essential treatment until the lockdown is lifted.

We kindly ask our existing and new patients  to understand that every new measurements we taking in place are necessary for your and team safety.

 

Covid-19 safe dental treatment pathway: 

  • Please book your appointment over the phone: 02084889356
  • Speak with receptionist and explain as much as possible in detail, what problem you have? (pain, where? when started? describe: shooting, dull, sensitive? any antibiotics taken, painkillers and etc.). Recorded information will be pass to dentist for judgement on best recommendation and treatment suggestion. Holding this  information our team will be able to set up recommendations and possible treatment scenario including preliminary cost of treatment.
  • Attend your appointment without supervision: no friends, no partners, unless you supervise child or special need person or you attend with  language interpreter.
  • Reschedule your visit if you feel unwell.

On arrival to practice. You must disinfect your hands (disinfectant is available at the reception).
Changes. We implemented new cross infection control and cleaning rules to provide safe and effective treatment due this time.

You will notice new seating layout in waiting area. We allow no more than 4 patients in waiting area. “One at a time” customer will be served at reception. Door to the practice is closed at all time and ring bell system install to access premises.

Cross Infection. Within the practice, throughout the day all the door handles, tablets, card machine and reception desk are wiped down with alcohol wipes. We have plenty of hand soap and hand towels in all our rooms and toilets. There is hand sanitizer on the reception desk and we ask each patient sanitize their hands.
All our treatment rooms are wiped down and sanitized between each patient as standard procedure. We have stopped all deliveries coming into the practice unless necessary in which case the delivery person sanitizes their hands.
As matters develop we will need to respond to changing advice, possibly on a daily basis. We will do our best to continue to provide care with a proportionate response. As part of this, we would ask any patient who has cold or flu like symptoms to cancel their appointment, follow government advice, and not attend until those symptoms are gone.
If you are over 70, or medically compromised, we are deferring all treatments and routine examination appointments. If, over the next period you are feeling anxious and isolated we are very happy for you to call us for a chat and to keep in touch with you regularly by phone.

We ask every patient to  book they appointment over the phone. We will ask you some questions in regard what problem you have? This will allow us to prepare all necessary materials and set up treatment strategy. We also ned to know if any health problems  you have to identify what is best treatment we can offer for you.

If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02084889356 and speak with our team. We ae open to help and support you.

COVID-19 Information

Latest Update: 03/11/2020

General information.

Following the announcement of a second national lockdown from Thursday 5th November, please rest assured that ToothBrush Dental Practice remains open to provide an safe and essential dental service.  Your oral health is important and screening for oral diseases including cancer  is vital.  Routine care, including examinations, hygiene and treatment appointments will therefore continue as normal.

We continue to have all the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), excellent infection control procedures and a robust -pre-appointment Covid-19 triaging policy to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.

However, if you would prefer to postpone your appointment to a later date, or wish to discuss any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We strongly recommend that patients in the high risk/vulnerable group delay non-essential treatment until the lockdown is lifted.

We kindly ask our existing and new patients  to understand that every new measurements we taking in place are necessary for your and team safety.

 

Covid-19 safe dental treatment pathway: 

  • Please book your appointment over the phone: 02084889356
  • Speak with receptionist and explain as much as possible in detail, what problem you have? (pain, where? when started? describe: shooting, dull, sensitive? any antibiotics taken, painkillers and etc.). Recorded information will be pass to dentist for judgement on best recommendation and treatment suggestion. Holding this  information our team will be able to set up recommendations and possible treatment scenario including preliminary cost of treatment.
  • Attend your appointment without supervision: no friends, no partners, unless you supervise child or special need person or you attend with  language interpreter.
  • Reschedule your visit if you feel unwell.

On arrival to practice. You must disinfect your hands (disinfectant is available at the reception).
Changes. We implemented new cross infection control and cleaning rules to provide safe and effective treatment due this time.

You will notice new seating layout in waiting area. We allow no more than 4 patients in waiting area. “One at a time” customer will be served at reception. Door to the practice is closed at all time and ring bell system install to access premises.

Cross Infection. Within the practice, throughout the day all the door handles, tablets, card machine and reception desk are wiped down with alcohol wipes. We have plenty of hand soap and hand towels in all our rooms and toilets. There is hand sanitizer on the reception desk and we ask each patient sanitize their hands.
All our treatment rooms are wiped down and sanitized between each patient as standard procedure. We have stopped all deliveries coming into the practice unless necessary in which case the delivery person sanitizes their hands.
As matters develop we will need to respond to changing advice, possibly on a daily basis. We will do our best to continue to provide care with a proportionate response. As part of this, we would ask any patient who has cold or flu like symptoms to cancel their appointment, follow government advice, and not attend until those symptoms are gone.
If you are over 70, or medically compromised, we are deferring all treatments and routine examination appointments. If, over the next period you are feeling anxious and isolated we are very happy for you to call us for a chat and to keep in touch with you regularly by phone.

We ask every patient to  book they appointment over the phone. We will ask you some questions in regard what problem you have? This will allow us to prepare all necessary materials and set up treatment strategy. We also ned to know if any health problems  you have to identify what is best treatment we can offer for you.

If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02084889356 and speak with our team. We ae open to help and support you.

COVID-19 Information

Latest Update: 29/04/2020

General information. As we know more about risks of Covid-19 disease and how to prevent spread, regulated bodies allow dental practices to re-open. For Toothbrush dental practice administrators is essential to keep focus on any guidance and recommendations and by implementing new working strategies and rules keep all patients and team members safe.

We kindly ask our existing and new patients  to understand that every new measurements we taking in place are necessary for your and team safety.

Important dates: 1st June 2020 to re-open Toothbrush dental practice with new drive “Safe-Carrying-Affective dentistry at all time”!  At this stage practice is re-opened for team meetings, advertisement and urgent only dental care. We prioritising any urgent treatment only. If you are in pain and require to see dentist, we asking you to read following guidance on booking and available treatment.

Appointment booking. Please book your appointment over the phone: 02084889356/07720746162.

Speak with receptionist and explain as much as possible in detail, what problem you have? (pain, where? when started? describe: shooting, dull, sensitive? any antibiotics taken, painkillers and etc.). Recorded information will be pass to dentist for judgement on best recommendation and treatment suggestion. Holding this  information our team will be able to set up recommendations and possible treatment scenario including preliminary cost of treatment.

It may look little complicated at the moment, however we like to make shore that you will receive all necessary information on options and  cost of treatment. We know how challenging financially  this period of pandemic can be for some of you.  If dentist will instruct that is necessary  to see you face-to face, you will be offered time and day as soon as there is availability.

You must attend your appointment without supervision: no friends, no partners, unless you supervise child or special need person or you attend with  language interpreter.

On arrival to practice. You must disinfect your hands (disinfectant is available at the reception). You will be given a box with gloves, facemask and toothbrush to brush teeth before dental visit. We will instruct you and receptionist will lead  to facilities to proceed with hand washing and teeth brushing. If you feel that you like us to show on effective hand washing technique: do not hesitate and ask member of staff to show you. Facilities are handle free and door must be kept open at all time.
After you brushed teeth, washed your hands put gloves on  and fit facemask, you then will be asked to fill registration form and questioner.

Changes. We implemented new cross infection control and cleaning rules to provide safe and effective treatment due this time.

You will notice new seating layout in waiting area. We allow no more than 4 patients in waiting area. “One at a time” customer will be served at reception. Door to the practice is closed at all time and ring bell system install to access premises.

Cross Infection. Within the practice, throughout the day all the door handles, tablets, card machine and reception desk are wiped down with alcohol wipes. We have plenty of hand soap and hand towels in all our rooms and toilets. There is hand sanitiser on the reception desk and we ask each patient when they come in to wash and sanitise their hands.
All our treatment rooms are wiped down and sanitised between each patient as standard procedure. We have stopped all deliveries coming into the practice unless necessary in which case the delivery person sanitises their hands.
As matters develop we will need to respond to changing advice, possibly on a daily basis. We will do our best to continue to provide care with a proportionate response. As part of this, we would ask any patient who has cold or flu like symptoms to cancel their appointment, follow government advice, and not attend until those symptoms are gone.
If you are over 70, or medically compromised, we are deferring all treatments and routine examination appointments. If, over the next period you are feeling anxious and isolated we are very happy for you to call us for a chat and to keep in touch with you regularly by phone.

We ask every patient to phone and book they appointment over the phone. We will ask you some questions in regard what problem you have? This will allow us to prepare all necessary materials and set up treatment strategy. We also ned to know if any health problems  you have to identify what is best treatment we can offer for you.

If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02084889356 and speak with our team. We ae open to help and support you.

COVID-19 Information

Latest Update: 29/04/2020

General information. As we know more about risks of Covid-19 disease and how to prevent spread, regulated bodies allow dental practices to re-open. For Toothbrush dental practice administrators is essential to keep focus on any guidance and recommendations and by implementing new working strategies and rules keep all patients and team members safe.

We kindly ask our existing and new patients  to understand that every new measurements we taking in place are necessary for your and team safety.

Important dates: 1st June 2020 to re-open Toothbrush dental practice with new drive “Safe-Carrying-Affective dentistry at all time”!  At this stage practice is re-opened for team meetings, advertisement and urgent only dental care. We prioritising any urgent treatment only. If you are in pain and require to see dentist, we asking you to read following guidance on booking and available treatment.

Appointment booking. Please book your appointment over the phone: 02084889356/07720746162.

Speak with receptionist and explain as much as possible in detail, what problem you have? (pain, where? when started? describe: shooting, dull, sensitive? any antibiotics taken, painkillers and etc.). Recorded information will be pass to dentist for judgement on best recommendation and treatment suggestion. Holding this  information our team will be able to set up recommendations and possible treatment scenario including preliminary cost of treatment.

It may look little complicated at the moment, however we like to make shore that you will receive all necessary information on options and  cost of treatment. We know how challenging financially  this period of pandemic can be for some of you.  If dentist will instruct that is necessary  to see you face-to face, you will be offered time and day as soon as there is availability.

You must attend your appointment without supervision: no friends, no partners, unless you supervise child or special need person or you attend with  language interpreter.

On arrival to practice. You must disinfect your hands (disinfectant is available at the reception). You will be given a box with gloves, facemask and toothbrush to brush teeth before dental visit. We will instruct you and receptionist will lead  to facilities to proceed with hand washing and teeth brushing. If you feel that you like us to show on effective hand washing technique: do not hesitate and ask member of staff to show you. Facilities are handle free and door must be kept open at all time.
After you brushed teeth, washed your hands put gloves on  and fit facemask, you then will be asked to fill registration form and questioner.

Changes. We implemented new cross infection control and cleaning rules to provide safe and effective treatment due this time.

You will notice new seating layout in waiting area. We allow no more than 4 patients in waiting area. “One at a time” customer will be served at reception. Door to the practice is closed at all time and ring bell system install to access premises.

Cross Infection. Within the practice, throughout the day all the door handles, tablets, card machine and reception desk are wiped down with alcohol wipes. We have plenty of hand soap and hand towels in all our rooms and toilets. There is hand sanitiser on the reception desk and we ask each patient when they come in to wash and sanitise their hands.
All our treatment rooms are wiped down and sanitised between each patient as standard procedure. We have stopped all deliveries coming into the practice unless necessary in which case the delivery person sanitises their hands.
As matters develop we will need to respond to changing advice, possibly on a daily basis. We will do our best to continue to provide care with a proportionate response. As part of this, we would ask any patient who has cold or flu like symptoms to cancel their appointment, follow government advice, and not attend until those symptoms are gone.
If you are over 70, or medically compromised, we are deferring all treatments and routine examination appointments. If, over the next period you are feeling anxious and isolated we are very happy for you to call us for a chat and to keep in touch with you regularly by phone.

We ask every patient to phone and book they appointment over the phone. We will ask you some questions in regard what problem you have? This will allow us to prepare all necessary materials and set up treatment strategy. We also ned to know if any health problems  you have to identify what is best treatment we can offer for you.

If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02084889356 and speak with our team. We ae open to help and support you.

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