The Practice has worked with NHS commissioners and Local Dental Committees to put procedures in place to ensure the safety of our colleagues and patients.
Services are not quite back to normal and we may not be able to provide you with the same service you have always received from us.
If you are in pain or in need of support and need help or advice, please contact us in the usual way.
If you do not have your own dentist you can contact us to register or go to https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-dentist
Alternatively, call the dental helpline:
Greater Manchester: 0333 332 3800
Cheshire and Merseyside: 0161 476 9651
Lancashire: 0300 1234 010
South Cumbria: 01539 716 822
This may be because you have severe toothache or a dental infection, or you have noticed other changes inside your mouth such as a white or red patch, a lump or an ulcer that won’t heal.
You will be assessed and given advice over the phone, which may result in a remote consultation with a dentist.
To support NHS services, it is important that you do not visit hospitals or doctors’ surgeries with dental problems unless you are advised to do so.