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Keeping You Safe

November 15, 2016 by smile-admin

Your safety is our priority.

It’s important to be up-to-date with all the latest first aid and medical emergency procedures. It’s a legal requirement for all dental practices.

At SmileWorks we hope to never have to use them but feeling confident and capable in an emergency is all part of our commitment to you.

Every year, for a day, we work with Garry Perkins from Sussex Dental First Aid Training.  He has over 30 years of experience as a Paramedic and educator.

His ability to deliver, using real life personal experiences combined with his extensive knowledge and a great sense of humour he communicates effectively everything we need to know.

As the pictures demonstrate, the day is lots of fun but more importantly we feel empowered to cope with any emergency medical first aid or CPR incident at SmileWorks.


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SmileWorks is open and currently still caring for clients in medical need or to provide care for a vulnerable persons with stringent cross infection measures
in place to keep everybody safe.

Should you have experienced any symptoms consistent with coronavirus infection, or have had contact with anybody with symptoms and have not subsequently
self-isolated for a period of 2 weeks, please defer any appointments until such a period has expired.

We will advise any patients in a high-risk category for the coronavirus (such as the over 70s or medically-compromised) to defer treatment if possible for the time being.
Emergency and critical treatment is still available. Please contact the clinic by telephone or email to discuss any appointments, advice or need for treatment at this time.