Firstly we hope you are all well.
Secondly an update this week to assure you we are still contactable for dental emergencies for registered patients, albeit not currently able to work completely normally. We will be revised and updated as per advise from Nhs and Public Health England.
Lastly, as I’m sure most of you are now aware, we have finally fully relocated from the Bath Street premises ( I took down the sign myself for old times..!), and are now at our new site on Gratton Street in Leckhampton. And will now be called Gratton House Dental Surgery. It’s still us though!
We haven’t managed to create our new website due to the current climate, but rest assured we know those of you who have appointments, and where these need to be rearranged we will contact you in due course.
We look forward to welcoming you for routine dentistry at our lovely new surgery as soon as the staff restrictions placed generally in life, and those specifically to our line of work, are lifted.
In the meantime please keep safe.
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