At West End Dental Practice we take great pride in the quality of our dentistry and patient care and want to make your visits a pleasant experience. This means giving you regular dental advice to help you understand how to care for your teeth and gums yourself to reduce the need for dental treatment.
You will find your comments and questions on any aspect of our practice are always welcomed, and we will be pleased to discuss your individual needs at any time.
Although our practice is approached by a flight of stairs, we can provide assistance for those who have difficulty in accessing the building. Wheelchair access is very difficult.
Languages Spoken: English.
This site provides useful information regarding all aspects of dentistry.
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Important Covid-19 Update - 6 November 2020
We would like to thank you and let you know we greatly appreciate your continued support, patience and understanding during these challenging times. We are well aware that many people will be anxious about their oral health and would like to know what the current situation is.
We are open and treating patients but with greatly reduced numbers of appointments, compared to normal, with priority for patients with pain and swelling, those suffering trauma and untreated disease delayed since lockdown in March. We are working our way through our waiting lists and would ask that you remain patient. The main door is locked, and access is by appointment only. Due to restrictions on the number of people we can have in the building at any one time, the extra time needed to set up and clean the surgeries, 30 minutes down after using a high-speed drill as well as the extra time to don and doff our PPE we are very much running at a reduced capacity of 20-30% from pre-covid times. This situation is likely to exist for several months to come and may be exacerbated by further tier 3 or 4 restrictions or a National Lockdown. We are working to improve the ventilation in the building which will allow us to increase capacity over the coming months.
In the meantime, if you have a dental emergency or any concerns with your teeth at all then please get in touch.
If you do need to come and see us, please follow the instructions from our staff. These are to help protect you, us, and the wider community.