Update: 2nd November 2020
The Prime Minister announced a second lockdown from Thursday 5th November. The practice remains open for urgent and routine dental care. Maintaining oral health is a vital part of well-being and inextricably linked to general health.
Dental care has not been told to close this time. Patients are allowed to travel to dental appointments. There are already a lot of measures in place within the practice to reduce the risk of viral transmission. Appointments already booked still stand and we plan to continue opening our diary a few weeks ahead.
If you prefer to cancel a booked appointment and postpone your dental care please contact us as soon as you can so that we can offer the appointment to someone else with good notice. If you have difficulty with transport to your appointment we understand.
We will review the guidance for those who are clinically extremely vulnerable when it is published on Monday. If your booked appointment is affected by any changes from the current guidance we will contact you.
As always, we remain dedicated to looking after your oral health to the best of our abilities, within a safe environment following the guidelines set out to protect us all.
James, Susan and the St Peter’s Team
We are open and delivering routine and urgent dental care to our patients. If you are still waiting for your postponed appointment to be rebooked please contact us for an appointment. We are trying to call everyone as fast as we can but it’s taking longer to get hold of everyone than expected. To ensure social distancing guidelines are met, only those with booked appointments are able to enter the building during this phase of the pandemic. Therefore, please do not attend the practice unless you have a confirmed appointment. You can contact us by telephone or email with any queries you may have.
Telephone 01905 764997
James, Susan and the St Peters Dental Practice Team