COVID 19 UPDATE
SHARING THE GOOD NEWS…..
We are accepting urgent non registered patients, please call the practice for assistance
There was an announcement by the Prime Minister yesterday that Dentists can start seeing patients face to face from Monday 8th June.
We have been issued with the guidelines and are working to put the new measures in place in order to keep you, our valued patients and staff safe.
We are pleased to announce that we will be open and available to treat you in the practice from Monday 8th June.
The first few weeks will be for emergency appointments only.
We will be in contact next week with the patients who have experienced urgent dental problems during the last 2 months, to offer an appointment time for you to come along and safely visit us. Once we have seen you for a consultation we can then book the appropriate treatment appointment for you.
We will of course be available to deal with new emergencies, so don’t hesitate to call us.
Due to social distancing and limited patient access, we would prefer that you call us about your dental problem, rather than coming into the practice please.
If you have a routine appointment booked between 8th and 30th June, this will be postponed for now and we will be in touch to rebook.
After treating the initial emergencies, we can then extend our services to other patient groups as the lockdown restrictions are eased further.
We will be able to see:
- Patients with treatment that was not completed prior to the lockdown
- Patients who were due for their recent examinations and hygienist appointments
We will be writing to you soon to explain the changes we have made to ensure we are all safe and how this will affect your next visit to the practice.
In the meantime, enjoy the lovely weather and we are all looking forward to seeing you soon
The Team at Camborne Dental Practice.
Free Meet and Greet your new Dentist appointment
Call us for more details
Click below for more information
Same Day Emergencies
Let us know immediately
Cross Infection Control
for Patients' Safety
Cleanliness and hygiene really matters to us and for our patients when they visit the practice.
The Department of Health set minimum and Best Practice hygiene standards for all dentists to comply with. Best Practice is what we have achieved and can be demonstrated by our continued Audits with the Infection Prevention Society, proving that our efficacy is of a consistently high standard.
Our Central Sterillisation Room, situated on the first floor of the practice means that we no longer have to clean and sterilise equipment in the dental surgery at the same time as treating you. The room includes ultrasonic cleaners and the top range of autoclaves which sterilise the instruments.
We regularly test, check and audit to make sure all our equipment is performing correctly. Where possible we use single use items as an alternative to processing for re-use. When processed for re-use the items are stored correctly to avoid decontanimation. The team is trained in all aspects of cross infecion control including hand hygiene, waste disposal and instrument transportation.
We care about the safety of our staff and patients and insist on the use of gloves, masks, protective aprons and eye protectors. We were inspected by the Care Quality Commission in 2013 and met the standard for Cleanliness and Infection Control.
For a strong, healthy smile
Take Away The Stress And Pay Less
Payment plans from £17.80
22 Chapel Street, Camborne, Cornwall, TR14 8ED
In the event of an emergency out of surgery hours, please call the practice number on 01209 611832 and follow the instructions on the recorded message. If you are in pain during the day, please try and call as early as possible.Dental emergencies: In the event of an emergency out of surgery hours, please call the practice number on 01209 611832 and follow the instructions on the recorded message. If you are in pain during the day, please try and call as early as possible.