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Hey I’m enjoying this, no braces my retainers look great, and yes I’m wearing them full time. Being a coffee fiend it’s sometimes annoying having to whip them out for hot drinks, I’m in Bellinis today and I have put them in my little tub for safe keeping while I enjoy my cappuccino.
I recently spent time in Italy walking in the lakes, Bellini doesn’t get much more authentic I can just imagine I’m back on my holidays…. I also love being greeted with “ Ciao Bella!” by the cheeky owner.

I’m thinking of getting my teeth bleached next and they also need some minor cosmetic adjustments on the incisal edges (previous grinding habit and a bit of old age has worn them irregularly,) just to get things topped off to perfection.
By the way…if you’re wearing retainers make sure you keep them in your little tub, they are expensive to replace; I would like to share with you the two commonest reasons for replacing retainers:
Dogs eating them (I kid you not)

Putting them in a tissue on the table when eating and someone else, albeit with good intentions, sweeping them in the bin, never to retrieved

I am reliably told that dogs’ can whiff them out at 50 yards – if anyone has an advance on that then I would be interested to know.
This liberation has removed my dietary restrictions, I was always a foodie, one or two chocolate eggs were eaten at easter with impunity….not that I am encouraging anyone

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Covid 19

As you will know, the Prime Minister has confirmed that public restrictions have been significantly eased on 19th July.
Under the Government’s guidance “Health and care settings will continue to maintain appropriate infection prevention and control processes as necessary and this will be continually reviewed. Guidance will be updated based on the latest clinical evidence this summer.

With this in mind, we are asking all patients/visitors/chaperones to the Practice to adhere to the following:

  • If you need to come into the surgery for an appointment, please remember that social distancing remains in place in the dental practice and to wear a face covering upon entering the building.
  • The use of the  intercom system will remain in use for the foreseeable future

Every dental practice is working extremely hard to provide care to our patients within the restrictions and guidance to ensure it’s safe to visit the dentist.

We hope that this helps clarify why these measures are in place for every NHS dental practice.