Coronavirus (covid 19) Update - 04.06.20


Dear Friends and Patients of West Park Dental Care,


After ten weeks of lockdown, and dealing with emergency triage mainly with antibiotics and pain killers, we now have a light at the end of a very dark tunnel and we are excited to announce that we can finally start to see our patients again from 8th June.

Can we say a huge 'Thank you' to all our patients who have, without fail, been so understanding when we have been forced to cancel your appointments or had to tell you your fractured tooth couldn't be repaired immediately due to the lockdown.


As you can imagine, after this length of time, we have a huge amount of fractured teeth, lost fillings, lost crowns, broken bridges and dentures to deal with as a matter of urgency so we ask that you are patient with us a little longer for routine care to slowly start up again.

Things at first will seem quite different as social distancing is still in effect and the amount and cost of PPE required to do day to day dental work has increased massively in this time. Rules regarding equipment that generates an aerosol are very strict due to the covid crisis and therefore have to be kept to a minimum with special PPE used  (which we have).  Surgeries have to be left empty after an aerosol to allow the air to settle before it can be thoroughly cleaned, so the number of people we can see each day will be limited during this time. So again, please bear with us and we will get up to speed as soon as we can.


As time passes, PPE will become more available and rules may change to allow a return to a more "normal" way of working.

We simply can't wait to get everyone's teeth repaired and see you all again in the coming months.


Best wishes, Andrew , Alex and everyone at West Park Dental Care.


Please do not visit our practice if:


  • You’re self-isolating as per the Government guidelines
  • You have any of these symptoms: cough, fever or shortness of breath – even if they are mild
  • You fall into the ‘vulnerable’ category as defined by the UK Government


Important guidance if you’re planning on visiting our dental practice


It is important when visiting our practice that you take the following steps, in line with the latest government advice:


  • Keep your hands clean, washing regularly and thoroughly, for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
  • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch all coughs and sneezes and then bin the tissue
  • Then wash your hands with soap and water; or use a sanitiser
  • Try to avoid direct or close contact (closer than 2 metres for over 15 minutes) with any people who may be unwell



On behalf of all the team we would like to extend a warm welcome to you. Our team of caring and efficient dentists, surgery and reception staff are here to give their help, advice and assistance.

We aim to treat everyone as individuals, not just patients and always have time to listen to your comments. Whether you want to maintain a healthy smile through regular dental check ups and dental hygiene, improve your smile through cosmetic dentistry and teeth straightening with Inman Aligner; West Park Dental Care can help you with all of your dental needs.

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There is wheelchair access to some surgeries. Please advise the receptionist of your requirements when booking your appointment.

Please note that although we do offer disabled access, our toilet facility is not completely compatible for wheelchair use.

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