Dear valued patients, 23rd March 2020
Firstly, we hope you and your families are safe and are taking measures to protect yourselves from this evolving situation we are currently in.
As we gain more information from the ADA, Governments and the World Health Organisation, it is becoming more apparent that we need to take appropriate measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The Australian Dental Association released the following today:
“ADA NSW is deeply concerned for the health and wellbeing of you, your dental team and the general public. NSW has the highest number of cases, making up nearly 40% of the total number of infections. We all have a role to play in helping to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 and help flatten the curve.”
As a result, we have decided to postpone non-essential and routine dental treatments until further notice. We feel that we are best to do this for our staff, our families, our patients and the community.
If you require emergency treatment you can call our surgery on 42251800 and we will assess on an individual basis. Rest assured that my team and I will make certain that, as always, we are following the highest standard of infection control and that we will follow a new Covid-19 customised protocol for our dental surgery when treating dental emergencies during this difficult time.
On behalf of our team, we thank you for your continuing support. We wish you the very best of health and hope we can all stay close in heart, supporting each other as much as we can to get through this unfortunate situation.
With the Fastbraces technology and Clear Correct system we offer options to our patients so that we can straighten teeth and improve their smile and confidence in approximately half the time and almost half the cost.
Our whitening system is gentle, causes minimal sensitivity and best of all, top-up whitening gel can be purchased at any time for that extra little sparkle.
With Dental Veneers we can cover imperfections on teeth affecting aesthetics. It’s a very simple, painless procedure that can be done in one visit (composite resin veneers) or two (porcelain veneers).