Royal House Dental Centre would like to reassure all our patients that we continue to take daily advice from Public Health England and the Department of Health. Our priority remains to protect all staff and patients as much as possible whilst continuing to provide advice.
A contingency plan has been put in place which we will continue to review along with guidance received from the government. As of Thursday 26th March 2020 the following actions will be in place:
At this time we understand various local dental emergency centres are being set up around the country. Patients with dental emergencies will be able to access treatment at these centres as they open. As yet, we do not have the full details of where these are or when they will open, but it is imminent. Our advice, for now, is to still call our number to see how we can help you. As this situation develops you may need to contact NHS 111.
We’re also well stocked with toothbrush heads, Duraphat toothpaste and Tepes and would be very happy to send them to you if requested.
We realise that some of our very valued and loyal patients will be going through a tough time with dental pain at the moment and we are desperately sorry we cannot do more to help you. Again, please call to see what advice we can give you. Please also see our information on Managing Toothache At Home
Best wishes from all the team at Royal House Dental Centre