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Coronavirus (COVID-19) information

Monday 27th April 2020

Wyndcott Dental is closed. We will only provide advice by phone or by email.

We ask that you phone us between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. We will respond to emails during these hours.

** Please do not come to the practice. **

For more information about why we cannot see you at this time, please visit the British Dental Association

We have cancelled all appointments until further notice

If you need urgent treatment we cannot provide care. We can provide advice and prescriptions, or refer you to the new Urgent Care Service if necessary.

Please note that you do not need to be a patient at Wyndcott to call us.

NHS Urgent Care Services

The NHS has set up new Urgent Care Dental services. To access Urgent Care you must be referred by a dentist or NHS 111 - these are not walk-in clinics.

Please note that you do not need to be a patient at Wyndcott to call us.


Any treatment that is delayed will still be carried out when it becomes safe to do so, and deposits will not be lost.

Any treatment that is cancelled and has been paid for has been recorded and payment can be left as credit. If you prefer to receive a refund we only have the facility to do this in person and is best arranged in advance.

I am due a checkup, will I be deregistered ?

No. If you do not come to the practice for several years, then we will consider deregistering. Nobody who is unable to attend due to the current situation will be deregistered.


We apologise for any inconvenience but hope that measures introduced by the UK government and health regulators will bring a more rapid return to normal with less serious health issues than we would otherwise see. We thank you in advance for your understanding.


What do I do if ..?

Go to Accident and Emergency if you have…

  • Facial swelling affecting your eyes or your breathing, or that means you cannot open your mouth more than 2 finger widths.
  • Trauma (something hit you, or you hit something) that caused loss of consciousness, double vision, or vomiting.

Call Wyndcott (daytime) or NHS 111 (evening/weekend) now if you have…

  • Face swelling extending to eye or neck
  • Bleeding after an extraction that does not stop after 20 minutes of applying pressure with a clean handkerchief
  • Bleeding after trauma (something hitting your tooth)
  • A broken tooth causing pain or a tooth knocked out
  • Toothache that stops you from eating or sleeping, or toothache with swelling or a fever, and you cannot manage this with painkillers

Call Wyndcott for advice if you have…

  • Loose or lost crown, bridges or veneers
  • Broken, rubbing or loose dentures
  • Bleeding gums
  • Broken, loose or lost fillings
  • Chipped teeth that do not hurt
  • Loose orthodontic wires

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Dental Check By One

We support the Dental Check by One initiative which recommends that you register your baby and bring them to their first checkup before their first birthday. This helps get them off to the best start and gets them used to seeing the dentist regularly.

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Reach us

01322 662493

Birchwood Park Avenue,

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