As of Monday 27th April, dental practices are no longer in Level 3 restrictions and can resume Level 2 services. Level 2 means we can deliver extra services.

It’s great news for dentists, our staff, and all our lovely clients. In addition to emergency dental services, we will be providing all general dental services which are unlikely to generate aerosols.

 

To see current restrictions visit our latest post “Exciting news! Dental restrictions have been eased further to Level 1.

 

Dental services during Level 2 restrictions

The services we will start providing include:

  • Examinations
  • Simple non-invasive fillings without the use of high-speed handpieces
  • Some non-complex restorative procedures
  • Non-surgical extractions
  • Hygiene visits (with hand scaling only)
  • Medical management of soft tissue presentations, such as ulcers
  • TMJ dysfunction management
  • Denture procedures
  • Preventative procedures such as the application of topical remineralising agents, such as fluoride
  • Orthodontic assessment and treatment

Drilling and highly invasive oral surgeries, or treatment requiring the use of aerosols, unless urgent, will still need to be delayed.

Dental appointments during Level 2 restrictions

If you have an appointment booked with us in the coming weeks, we will call you to confirm the appointment time.

If you’ve missed an appointment, we will be contacting you in the coming days to reschedule.

Please continue to stay safe and maintain your good social distancing habits. Eva and Emma will be available to take enquiries regarding your dental concerns and whether we can recommence your treatment now.

Our practice will resume regular operating hours as of Monday the 27th April. We are looking forward to seeing your beautiful smile soon.

 

We are open and here for all your emergency dental needs

For the safety of our community, our patients and staff we are returning to lockdown dental restrictions. Dental services will continue to operate, and patients will be allowed to visit the dentist for emergency dental care, including if their dentist is more than 5km away. Please call us to discuss your treatment and concerns.