Patient Preparation Information

Cornhill Dental Practice would like to welcome you back to the Practice. As I am sure you are all aware since Cornhill Dental Practice had to close back in March the government has issued us with new legislation to which the practice has had to adhere.  We would like to thank all our patients for…

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Practice Update – 29/05/2020

To All our Patients, Customers, Friends and Family, The Chief Dental Officer has now announced that dental practices across England will be allowed to begin the process of reopening for all emergency and routine face to face dental care from Monday 8 June. During the pandemic, and before, we have always had the wellbeing of…

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Cornhill Dental Practice is closed until further notice

Due to Government Guidance released this afternoon the practice is now CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Any further communication/Emergency concerns should be directed via email to: office@cornhilldentalpractice.co.uk or via telephone on 01278 458396. Please be aware that all routine appointments have or will be postponed until updated guidance is released by Government. Sorry for the inconvenience…

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Practice Notice

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak Cornhill Dental Practice has had to make the very difficult decision to stop all routine dental care for our patients until further notice. We feel it is in the best interest of both patients, colleagues and clinicians that we should follow recent government advice and limit the amount of unnecessary…

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Cornhill and Coronavirus/COVID-19

An important announcement to our patients regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19 We are continuing to monitor the development of the Coronavirus and how it will impact the practice and dentistry as a whole. We are monitoring Government recommendations and Public Health England (PHE) guidance to ensure the safety of our patients and staff is protected to the best…

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Our Principal’s visit to Beavers

A couple of weeks ago I (Jeremy Cornhill’s Owner and principal dentist) was lucky enough to be invited and visit the children at our local Beavers (young Scouts) meeting during sugar awareness week. The children were engaged with stories and practicals of how to brush and why. Pictures of a tooth kept in coke for…

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Coronavirus

We would ask that any patients experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms with a cough/temperature to contact the practice if they are due to be seen to cancel their appointment, we do appreciate that the risk is low. There are further updates and other information available on the Government pathway. Our aim is to keep all…

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World national toothache day 9th February

Everyone can take steps to prevent toothaches and ensure healthy teeth by regularly visiting the dentist and avoiding sugary foods. During National Toothache Day on February 9, check out our important tips that will help you prevent the painful and inconvenient experience of a toothache. The best way to prevent toothache is to keep your…

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Tooth Decay and Sugar

Tooth decay and sugar Sugar is one of the main causes of tooth decay. To prevent tooth decay, reduce the amount of food and drinks you have that contain free sugars – such as sweets, chocolates, cakes, biscuits, sugary breakfast cereals, jams, honey, fruit smoothies and dried fruit – and limit them to mealtimes. The sugars found naturally in fruit and vegetables…

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Air Flow Polish

Airflow is the leading private teeth cleaning system which uses a spray of air, aesthetic polishing powder and gentle jet stream of water to rapidly remove surface stains and dental plaque which are impossible to remove with normal tooth brushing. This innovative noninvasive treatment, gently removes staining, is kind to the tooth surface, non-damaging to…

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