Ms Dominika Badziagowska

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

Latest announcement by the government in the news that dentist can open on the 8th June 2020.

Throughout the pandemic, we have been clear that our first priority is the wellbeing of our patients and staff and this continues to be the case. As a result, the practice will only be reopening once we are satisfied that we have all of the necessary processes and personal protective equipment in place to ensure everyone’s safety.

Dentists were not given any notice of our reopening date and the information was only received via the daily briefing.  We are working around the clock to get protocols and procedures in place based on the latest guidance made available.

We will contact patient via email with more information about when the practice will reopen and will also be updating the website. In the meantime, please do not attempt to make a new appointment or attend the practice in person for any reason unless you are asked to do so. If you need advice, or if you are in need of urgent dental treatment, you should continue to call the practice and leave a voicemail. One of the dentists will return your call and be able to help.

We are determined to support patients who need care as quickly as possible and will be opening the practice to provide further treatments as soon as we are safely able to do so. We will keep you fully informed throughout this process

Tips to help manage dental problems until you can see a dentist:

Click on the following link Managing Toothache at Home (pdf document)


I graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Diploma in dental hygiene and therapy. I have made a big effort to stay at the forefront of new developments through undertaking a number of professional courses, and reading specialist journals. I enjoy working in the practice due to the fantastic team and wide variety of patients we have. We are a really friendly bunch with a great reputation, so a large majority of our patients are referred through word of mouth.   Why is it important to visit the hygienist? Lots of things that go wrong in the mouth can spread to other areas of the body. Poor oral health has also been implicated in the increased incidence of diseases such as Diabetes and Alzheimer’s. By taking a holistic approach we can help you to improve not only your teeth but also your general health.   A trip to the hygienist is a really great way to protect both your body and teeth!
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