Your safety and that of our team has always been one of our top priorities and although Coronavirus (Covid-19) case numbers are coming down, mutations are evolving, which means we’re not reducing any of our measures, in fact we’ve stepped up some of them in light of the variants. Your safety and that of our team continues to be one of our top priorities to allow us to deliver safe effective care
When Coronavirus first came into the spotlight in March 2020 we began by reviewing every bit of research we could, assuming that it can be spread
by dental procedures and then totally re-writing the way we do dentistry, with a new standard operating procedure totalling nearly 100 pages.
With the number of people vaccinated increasing there is hope for the future, but with mutating strains there will still be challenges ahead during the rest of 2021. With the precautions and procedures we have in place we are still able to deliver great dental care to our regular patients and those referred to us from other practices for procedures such as dental implants, endodontics (root fillings), oral surgery, sedation and dentures.
We would normally welcome visitors to the area with open arms for emergency care, as we appreciate there is nothing worse than toothache when you are away from home. However, in light of the increasing variants and the risk this poses, we have taken the difficult decision to not to see visitors at present for emergency care in order to protect our team and our patients. We are still however happy to accept patients from the area who are resident in Devon.