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Covid-19 Lockdown Update: Jan 2021

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To all our valued patients,

Following the Prime Minister’s update on 4th January 2021 advising that the country is moving into another lockdown, we received further guidance from the Government and NHS England that dentistry is exempt from the new restrictions due to our strict cross-infection control protocols.

This means our practice will remain open for both routine and urgent dental care for all patients. We can still offer face-to-face appointments, although these could be limited due to the constraints of our additional safety protocols.

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Re-opening For Routine Care

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To our valued patients,

Firstly I hope you and your loved ones remain safe and well.

We are pleased to inform you that we will be returning to routine dental care as of Monday the 20th of July including provision of dental health examinations and hygiene appointments. We look forward to welcoming all of you back to the practice over the coming months!

All of the staff here at One Two Three Dental are looking forward to seeing you all, and hopefully the start of things returning to normal. While many things have changed, our commitment to you and delivering exemplary patient care has remained steadfast.

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Post-COVID 19 Re-opening

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We have some great news!

To our valued patients,

Firstly, I hope you and your loved ones remain safe and well.

We are very pleased to inform you that we will be reopening the practice as per government guidelines on Monday the 8th of June. We are all really looking forward to welcoming you into the practice again.

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Is It Better to Use an Electric or a Manual Toothbrush?

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Brushing our teeth is one of the most fundamental things that we can do in order to keep our teeth and gums clean and healthy. How and when we do this can also make a real difference, as can the type of toothbrush that we use and how frequently it is replaced.

Patients often ask which of the two is better: electric or manual toothbrushes? Actually, both have their own advantages. Whilst both types of brushes can be extremely effective in keeping the teeth clean, healthy and shiny, each of them has some distinctive advantages, which we discuss further in this blog.

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Filling vs. Inlay vs. Onlay vs. Crown: What’s The Difference And Which Is The Right One For You?

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What is a dental inlay? What about a dental onlay? What is a crown? And when might your dentist recommend either one of them? Fillings and cavities are part of the equation, both of which you may be more familiar with. We’ve put together an infographic to provide you some more information to fill in the gaps and get a better idea of what type of treatment your dentist may recommend if you have a cavity.

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COVID-19 UPDATE

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WE REMAIN AVAILABLE TO YOU THROUGHOUT THIS COVID-19 PANDEMIC. VIDEO AND PHONE CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE FOR ALL PATIENTS.

 

Click here to contact the practice for further assistance, read our blog for dental advice or visit our facebook page for the latest information and updates.

 

5/1/2021: COVID – 19 UPDATE

Following the Prime Minister’s update on 4th January 2021 advising that the country is moving into another lockdown, we received further guidance from the Government and NHS England that dentistry is exempt from the new restrictions.

This means our practice will remain open for both routine and urgent dental care for all patients. We can still offer face-to-face appointments, although these could be limited due to the constraints of our additional safety protocols.

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Managing your toothache at home

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Following NHS guidance, every dental practice in the UK has been asked to effectively close their doors and manage patients remotely where possible.

If you do develop dental pain, in almost all cases, we are able to assist our patients remotely and we can provide analgesics, antibiotics and more specific dental advice to help our patients overcome their dental problems until we are able to see them again at the practice.

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COVID-19 UPDATE - WE REMAIN AVAILABLE TO YOU THROUGHOUT THIS PANDEMIC. VIDEO AND PHONE CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE FOR ALL PATIENTS

Please click here to contact the practice for further assistance, read our blog for dental advice or visit our Facebook page for the latest information and updates.