Following a long period of uncertainty we are please to announce that The White House Dental Practice is now able to provide our full range of services. Government restrictions still prevent us from operating at full capacity and therefore we will continue to priorotise patients requiring urget dental care.
For patients that have chosen to remain in isolation we will continue to offer dental advice over the phone and provide a prescription where necessary.
If you have a dental emergency call us on 01883 742549.
If you are in need of emergency dental advice/treatment outside of our normal opening hours, please contact NHS 111.
To help manage dental problems click on the following link Managing Toothache at Home (pdf document)
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