*Updated – 27th May 2020*
We are happy to announce that following updated legal advice regarding the provision of urgent dental treatment, we are now in a position to begin arranging face to face urgent care where appropriate. (see below for details)
Urgent dental care includes:
– Management of pain
– Management of infection
– Uncontrolled bleeding
– Concerns regarding oral cancer
We will be in touch with patients who have experienced a dental problem during lockdown who are on our priority list.
As I’m sure you can appreciate things will be very different when you come in, we must follow current safety guidelines regarding numbers of people in the practice and also what treatments we can offer.
We ask that you come on your own where possible, and maintain social distance of 2m at all times.
You will be informed of the arrival procedure when you book your appointment, and we ask that please follow this guidance closely.
You will also notice that the practice looks a little different too, we have a Perspex screen to protect our reception staff and our Clinical team will be wearing more PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) than usual. There will also be minimal contact between clinical staff and patients, this will only take place when absolutely necessary to provide treatment, there will be no handshakes (or hugs) for the time being but remember we may be standing back, and we may look different but it is still us underneath it all.
If you need to contact the practice please do so either by email [email protected] or by phone on 01789 292398.
Please do NOT come into the practice without an appointment.
Dr Manju Kumar and the team at Stratford Dental.