Welcome to Ise Lodge Dental Centre

We are a friendly, family-centred dental practice in Kettering, Northamptonshire, offering air conditioned treatment rooms, hygienists, comprehensive preventive care and advice. Quality of care is our prime consideration and we are committed to offering the very highest levels of treatment.
 

Coronavirus: important announcement

Dear Patients

We are committed to providing a safe environment, and we are continuously reviewing the guidance with regards to COVID-19 in the UK.

We are pleased to let you know that, following the Government's announcement on 28th May 2020, we are now able to offer ROUTINE dentistry again (where properly risk-assessed) in addition to URGENT dental care.

Situations requiring urgent dental care include:

  • Management of pain
  • Management of infection
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
  • Trauma
  • Temporary dressings
  • Concerns regarding oral cancer
If you have a severe dental emergency, please call, and we will see you.

However, to protect our patients and staff we will be making a number of changes from our normal practice in line with the latest legislation and guidance. This will affect how appointments are made, and what happens when you attend the practice for treatment (see Q1 below).

If you are an existing or new patient and require an appointment or simply need help or advice please contact the practice between 9am and 5pm, as we will be responding to all enquiries during this time.

Thank you for your loyalty. Please stay safe during this time of uncertainty.

Kind regards

All at the Ise Lodge Dental Centre

Your questions answered
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Q1: What are the new arrangements for making and attending an appointment?


Q2: When will I receive notification of my next appointment?


Q3: Will you be providing a full range of dental treatments?


Q4: Can you treat me if I have symptoms of Covid-19 or if I'm self-isolating?


Q5: I am in the ‘shielded’ or 'vulnerable' group – can you help me?


Q6: I am currently self-isolating to protect a 'shielded' or 'vulnerable' person, but I need dental treatment myself. What should I do?


Q7: How will you protect your staff?