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Important information prior to visiting us for your dental appointment:
We are working very hard in the practice to maintain a level of dental cover for our patients however we have needed to implement the following restrictions according to the current guidance in order the help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Please continue to check back to the page on a regular basis to ensure you are aware of the current status of our ability to provide dental care. Further information can be found on our Facebook Page:
March 23, 2020
We have needed to close the practice entirely based on current guidelines and as of this morning have cancelled all routine appointments. If you had an appointment booked in the near future then there is NO NEED TO CONTACT THE PRACTICE.
We will continue to provide EMERGENCY APPOINTMENTS ONLY.
Please email the practice at email@example.com to leave a message and a member of staff will contact you by telephone to triage your emergency.
Please note emergencies are classified as following:
A hot, swollen face.
A tooth that has been knocked out or newly fractured in the last 48 hours
Uncontrolled bleeding after a dental extraction
Toothache not controlled by painkillers
A mouth ulcer that has been present for 2 or more weeks.
March 18, 2020
If you have an emergency please email the practice at firstname.lastname@example.org DO NOT turn up at the practice. Someone will contact you by telephone and provide advice and decide what steps will be required.
Please note emergencies are classified as following:
Please note the following groups of patients have been advised to avoid routine dental examinations due to their susceptibility to the Coronavirus. Therefore, we will be cancelling all routine appointments for:
March 09, 2020
The advice to the public is to call 111 Wales if they are have a dental emergency and are in the following categories:
Anyone who meets the above criteria is advised not to go to a GP surgery, community pharmacy, hospital or dental practice. They should stay indoors, self isolate for 14 days with all family members from the same household and avoid close contact with other people. They are advised to call 111 (all Wales coronavirus service) only if their symptoms worsen. Information and advice on coronavirus is also available on the Public Health Wales website. People are asked to check the information on the website before they decide whether they need to dial 111.
Information for the public is available on both the Welsh Government and Public Health Wales websites.
If you have any concerns then please email the practice on email@example.com
With kind regards
Mark and the team.
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Out-of-hours Emergency Cover
Whenever possible, please contact us during normal surgery hours. In extreme emergencies more details can be found below.
3 weeks ago
What visiting us will look like when we re-open on July 1st!
It's finally happening - we are reopening!
Many of you know that although our practice doors have been closed we've been continuing to provide urgent dental care for our patients. Thank you for bearing with us!
We have some good news - we will be reopening on July 1st 2020, at a limited capacity.
We already practice the highest standards of infection control, and so coming to see us is always safe. However, to reassure you we've introduced some extra safety measures.
This video will run you through the changes to expect at the practice and our phased opening plan set out by the welsh government.
For full details please visit https://www.parkplacedental.co.uk/?p=2002&preview=true
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