The latest news on your dental care during the Coronavirus Outbreak
We can confirm that our practices remain open during the current lockdown.
Please attend your appointment as normal.
We continue to put the safety of our patients and staff at the forefront of everything we do, to keep everyone safe during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The new processes and procedures we’ve adopted are now becoming part of every-day practice life, so you can rest assured that you will be safely cared for by the Together Dental team.
As we are carefully following government guidelines on infection control, we can continue to see you and offer you the same levels of dental care. With the additional PPE and care pathways we’ve embraced, appointments are taking a little longer than usual. We are required to allow ‘fallow time’ (space between appointments to reduce infection risk). We’re pleased to say, at Together Dental, we’ve invested in air-extraction systems, HEPA filtration systems to reduce fallow time, increasing the number of patients we can now see.
Appointments are still limited as we work through the backlog and waiting lists. Our NHS team of dentists and nurses are working at full capacity and our private dentists are now offering as many appointments as they can, to expand our care.
We are currently still prioritising patients with emergency and urgent needs, and gradually resuming routine care. Offering check ups and hygiene appointments in most practices.
For more information on what to expect at your appointment please click here.
The best way to contact us is via email or the website as phone lines remain busy.
If you have a dental emergency, we are here to advise and support you.
Our advice lines are open during normal surgery hours. If you are unable to get through and wish to leave us a message, complete the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If your enquiry is more urgent, please view our advice (below) on managing your dental needs at home or ring 111.
To help support our NHS, please only call the 111 service in case of an emergency.
Virtual consultations for cosmetic treatments
If you’d like to talk to one of our dentists about a cosmetic treatment, we are offering virtual consultations where you can talk about teeth straightening or replacing missing teeth.
Last updated 22/01/2021.