The Dental Clinic provides a wide range of dental treatment.
The full range of dental care includes:
- Restorative dentistry
- Oral surgery
- Oral medicine
These services are available to those in full time education. District Medical
Service patients are entitled to these services with the exception of Orthodontics. Your GP or GMP can refer you for oral surgery / oral Medicine.
These services are provided by:
- Dental Officer Paedodontic
- Dental Officer Paedodontics & Orthodontics
- Dental Officer Paedodontics & DMS
- Senior Dental Officer Orthodontics
- Senior Dental Officer Paedodontics & DMS
- Senior Dental Officer Paedodontics & Oral Surgery & Oral Medicine
- Consultant Orthodontics
A team, composed of dental nurses and receptionist, ably supports them.
Persons undergoing full-time education, on Supplementary benefits, or have been granted exemption may receive treatment free of charge. Adults registered at the Primary Care Centre or in possession of an E111 may be treated in case of an emergency and will then be referred back to their General Dental Practitioner.
A Dentist is on call out of hours and at weekends for children and severe dental problems in adults which include – Bleeding, facial swelling and trauma. Adults with toothache will be asked to attend the emergency clinic the next day.
CLINICAL HOURS MONDAY TO FRIDAY
9.00AM to 12.40PM
2.00PM TO 4.40PM
Out of hours contact calls should be made to the Accident and Emergency Department.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for cancellations only, not for correspondence)
Children are advised to attend the Primary Care Dental Clinic (ICC) between:
9am – 11am on weekdays
Adult Emergency Clinic is at St. Bernard’s Hospital at:
Monday to Friday at 11.30am
(Please report to the Records office first for registration)
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays at 9.00am
Emergency Clinics are held at the Primary Care Dental Clinic (ICC) for children & adults