Covid Appointment Instructions
Please only visit the practice if you have a prebooked appointment , for all other queries please call us on 01980623004 . Its a busy time for us , if we cannot answer your call please leave us a message or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of the team of Amesbury Dental Care, I would like to thank all of our patients for your support during this pandemic. As a team, we have tried to provide as much reaaurance and comfort as possible by prioritising patients in pain.Please arrive at the appointment time and wear a mask. The receptionist will let you in as soon as the waititng room is cleaned and ready for you .
We are working in the following way to reduce foot flow and enable us to maintain social distancing to keep you safe. In preparation for your appointment, we have produced some information to guide you through the process of coming to our practice.
1.We will only be able to carry out treatments which have been prebooked.
2.You will be given a pre-appointment pack on arrival, which will ask for your medical history to be filled in. Please update and add any medications you may be taking.
We are also asking patients not to come into the practice if they have a cough/ cold or symptoms of COVID 19. If you have also had any contact with someone with COVID 19 we will request you not to come into the practice for any treatment and plase call the practice on 01980 623004 and we will reschudule your appointment.
3. On entering the surgery, please disinfectant your hands with the alcohol gel on the reception desk and take a seat in the waiting room chair.
4. The dentist will call you in when ready.
5. In the surgery, the dentist and nurse will have PPE on which may limit the level of conversation they can have with you. We hope you understand this is for your safety as well as ours.
6. On leaving the surgery, you may approach the reception desk. Payment will only be accepted by card, and please minimise time spent in reception area. As we are trying to minimise number of patients in the waiting room.