Practice Status as at 12th October 2020
We still have limited clinical time available; this is due to social distancing in the practice and fallow time, (where a surgery has to remain closed for an hour after any treatment involving drills/air/water before we can go in and clean, ready for the next patient).
In view of this we are still having to manage our diary appropriately,
Our current priorities are:
We do appreciate some of you may not have been seen for a while, we are starting to look at patients who were cancelled and try and book you in where possible.
As a practice, we have had to change the way we work as a team, this ensures TVDP is a safe environment for you and us, some examples of our changes are:
Only attend the practice if you have an appointment, please call or email with any other queries.
Reopening of Timperley Village Dental Practice
Please click the link below for a letter explaining how we plan to reopen over the next few weeks.
We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding.
Practice Announcement on COVID-19 26/03/2020
We are sorry to inform you that, for the first time, we have had to make the difficult decision to close the practice for the time being, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
We have been advised by our governing body that are not to carry out any non-essential treatment (such as exams, scalings, fillings, crown preps etc.) and not to carry out any procedures that generate aerosols.
Social distancing has also been advised by the Government, and as you can imagine, this is next to impossible to implement in a dental practice setting.
We are cancelling all appointments from now until 31st May, at which point we will review the situation and see what our next steps will be.
We are currently contacting everyone who has an appointment booked before this date.
As a practice, we have a duty of care to our patients, so will be available for emergencies only.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind our patients what constitutes a true emergency:
✅ Dental trauma (e.g. knocked a tooth out)
✅ Significant dental/facial swelling that is worsening
✅ Uncontrollable bleeding from the mouth
✅ Severe dental pain that cannot be managed by painkillers
Examples of dental problems that will NOT result in an emergency appointment include:
❌ Dental pain that can be relieved with painkillers
❌ Crowns/bridges out
❌ Broken fillings
❌ Broken teeth
❌ Bleeding gums
❌ Orthodontic problems, e.g. brackets off
We will be available on the phone, so please call us on 0161 9803485 for any advice.
Please make sure to only phone us and do not attend the practice. We can offer over the phone consultations, and even video calls if necessary.
We will be constantly updating you via email and the practice Facebook page.
This is a difficult time or everyone.
We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, but we need to look after our staff and patients alike, we appreciate your support and loyalty in this difficult time and we will see you on the other side
We urge everyone to stay at home, stay safe and take care of each other.
From Vijay, Toni, Hannah, Emma, Ru, Fran, Lorraine, Brooke, Mayazakia, Natalie, Jade, Sarah, Kirsty, Ruth, Anna, Jo & Kerry
Coronavirus Practice Update 16/03/2020
Our main priority at Timperley Village Dental Practice is always the health and safety of our patients and visitors. As a healthcare provider in our local community, we wanted to reach out to all of our patients regarding the COVID-19 virus, and to let you know the steps we are taking to lighten any potential concerns.
Quarterly Newsletter Oct 17
You can find our most recent newsletter here. Keeping you updated all things practice and team related
October 17 newsletter
Unfortunately, our NHS allocation is to capacity, we do have a waiting list. Otherwise we are always happy to accept private patients or Denplan patients. For more information regarding Denplan, please click the link on our home page.