Special Care Dental service

We are a Special Care Dental service that provides dental care and oral health promotion for children, adults and the elderly with special care needs in the boroughs of Bromley, Bexley and Greenwich.

Find out more about Special Care Dental service

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Barnard Health Centre: 020 8302 7721

Lakeside Health Centre: 020 8320 7365

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1. Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

Appointments

Your first appointment

At your first appointment the dentist will talk to you about what kind of dental treatment you might need. The dentist will need to have certain information to help plan your treatment, so you will need to fill in  a form giving your medical history, medication etc. We may have to ask you questions about your lifestyle, which you may feel are not related to your teeth, but to plan the best possible outcome, we need this information. The dentist will look in your mouth and take some x-ray pictures of your teeth.

You will also need to bring evidence of exemption from NHS dental charges if this applies to you, if not there will be a patient charge to pay.

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

Documents and information to support your appointment

Medical History form (MS Word document)

NHS dental charges information (PDF)

NHS free dental treatment information (PDF)

More information on the Low Income Scheme (website)

What happens to the information you collect about me (PDF)

Covid-19 patient experience information (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

More information

The following websites provide a range of dental information and additional resources such as leaflets and videos.  Please note that while we hope these resources may be useful, Bromley Healthcare cannot be held responsible for the content on external websites.

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry
The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD) is the national society dedicated to improving the oral health of children from birth to 16 years.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anesthetists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Oral health tips for tiny teeth

Oral health tips for children’s teeth

Oral health tips for teenagers

 

Our dental health champions

See our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill at work at Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.

Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Beckenham Beacon:  01689 866 740

Biggin Hill: 01959 572734

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1. Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here.

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

 

 

Appointments

Your first appointment

At your first appointment the dentist will talk to you about what kind of dental treatment you might need. The dentist will need to have certain information to help plan your treatment, so you will need to fill in a form giving your medical history, medication etc. We may have to ask you questions about your lifestyle, which you may feel are not related to your teeth, but to plan the best possible outcome, we need this information. The dentist will look in your mouth and take some x-ray pictures of your teeth.

You will also need to bring evidence of exemption from NHS dental charges if this applies to you, if not there will be a patient charge to pay.

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

 

More information

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anaesthists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Top tips for childrens teeth

NHS dental charges 2015

Our dental health champions

Take a look at this video of our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill, who visited Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.

Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Garland Road: 020 8836 9893

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1.  Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here.

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

Appointments

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

More information

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anaesthists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Top tips for childrens teeth

NHS dental charges 2015

Our dental health champions

Take a look at this video of our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill, who visited Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.
Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Barnard Health Centre: 020 8302 7721

Lakeside Health Centre: 020 8320 7365

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1. Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

Appointments

Your first appointment

At your first appointment the dentist will talk to you about what kind of dental treatment you might need. The dentist will need to have certain information to help plan your treatment, so you will need to fill in  a form giving your medical history, medication etc. We may have to ask you questions about your lifestyle, which you may feel are not related to your teeth, but to plan the best possible outcome, we need this information. The dentist will look in your mouth and take some x-ray pictures of your teeth.

You will also need to bring evidence of exemption from NHS dental charges if this applies to you, if not there will be a patient charge to pay.

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

Documents and information to support your appointment

Medical History form (MS Word document)

NHS dental charges information (PDF)

NHS free dental treatment information (PDF)

More information on the Low Income Scheme (website)

What happens to the information you collect about me (PDF)

Covid-19 patient experience information (PDF)

 

 

 

 

 

 

More information

The following websites provide a range of dental information and additional resources such as leaflets and videos.  Please note that while we hope these resources may be useful, Bromley Healthcare cannot be held responsible for the content on external websites.

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry
The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD) is the national society dedicated to improving the oral health of children from birth to 16 years.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anesthetists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Oral health tips for tiny teeth

Oral health tips for children’s teeth

Oral health tips for teenagers

 

Our dental health champions

See our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill at work at Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.

Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Beckenham Beacon:  01689 866 740

Biggin Hill: 01959 572734

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1. Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here.

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

 

 

Appointments

Your first appointment

At your first appointment the dentist will talk to you about what kind of dental treatment you might need. The dentist will need to have certain information to help plan your treatment, so you will need to fill in a form giving your medical history, medication etc. We may have to ask you questions about your lifestyle, which you may feel are not related to your teeth, but to plan the best possible outcome, we need this information. The dentist will look in your mouth and take some x-ray pictures of your teeth.

You will also need to bring evidence of exemption from NHS dental charges if this applies to you, if not there will be a patient charge to pay.

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

 

More information

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anaesthists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Top tips for childrens teeth

NHS dental charges 2015

Our dental health champions

Take a look at this video of our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill, who visited Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.

Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Overview

Special care dentistry is for patients who may have a social, psychological or physical disability and who could need dental care to be adapted for them, which they may find difficult to access through their mainstream dentist.

Our team comprises of  General Dental Council (GDC) registered dental health professionals who have appropriate skills, knowledge and empathy to deliver the best dentistry and to improve the oral health of our special care and paediatric patients.

Treatment or advice is offered to patients referred to us by their own dentist, GP, or other healthcare professional. We also offer screening in special need schools and care homes, oral health promotion and specialist treatment for gum conditions.

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the form under ‘Using the Service.’

Patient Safety is at the heart of what we do. In order to protect our staff and patients, we will contact you before your appointment to ask you questions relating to Covid-19 symptoms.

Covid-19 update:

Due to the back log caused during the pandemic our waiting list has increased. However, we are reviewing all referrals and prioritising based on need and longest wait.

If your dentist has referred you and you have not been seen in our service yet and you have an urgent dental need, please contact your referring dentist.

For existing patients of the Special Care Dental Service, please kindly contact the clinic where you are usually seen for an appointment. To access emergency dental care, please contact your usual clinic by telephone. Please note that emergencies will be clinically triaged on the telephone by a member of staff.​

The Special Care Dental Service clinic telephone numbers are as follows:

Garland Road: 020 8836 9893

Before attending an appointment at our clinics you will be phoned and asked the following questions:

1.  Does the patient have a new continuous cough or a high temperature?

2. Have any members of the household got symptoms, been asked to self-isolate or are a confirmed case of COVID-19?

If the answer is “YES” to either of these questions and you require emergency dental care, please call 111.

We apologise for the disruption to routine services. The Special Dental Service would like to thank you for your patience as we work to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Using this service

You need to be referred to this service by your own dentist, GP or healthcare professional. You can ask your dentist, GP or healthcare professional to refer you to the service, using the forms below and then email it to BROMH.dentalreferrals@nhs.net

Adult referral

For adult referral form, click here

Guidance notes on the adult referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here.

Paediatric referral

For a paediatric referral form, click here

If you would like to download the form, click here

Guidance notes on the paediatric referral form click here

London paediatric acute dental providers, click here

 

Appointments

Changing or cancelling an appointment

If you need to cancel an appointment please contact the clinic that originally booked your appointment with you. You will be able to find their number on your letter. We need at least 24 hours notice for cancellations.

If you don’t attend for an appointment or cancel at short notice, you will only get one more opportunity to use this service. Should you not turn up on a second occasion, we will discharge you from the Special Care Dental Service. This ensures that patients on our waiting list can be seen as soon as possible.

More information

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health
Provides a wealth of information for patients with special care needs.

The British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry
Provides a forum for  all aspects of oral health and oral health care.

The British Society of Periodontology
Promotes the art and science of periodontology.  Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth.

 

The Royal College of Anaesthists

You and your anaesthetic

Your child’s general anaesthetic

Patient information about anaesthesia

 

Leaflets

Top tips for childrens teeth

NHS dental charges 2015

Our dental health champions

Take a look at this video of our oral dental champions Carol MacNeil and Lucy Hill, who visited Smerdon House day centre for adults with learning disabilities.

For professionals

Patients can be referred via the Single Point of Entry form on EMIS.
Service Lead: Dr Saika Reshi. BDS, MSc Oral Medicine, MFDS RCSEng

Our Special Care Dental service clinic locations

Not all our clinics have reception staff. If we are busy treating another patient you may get through to answerphone; please leave a message and your contact details and we will return your call.