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We produce a monthly Cottingham Dental Practice newsletter. Copies are emailed to patients on request and are also available in the practice's waiting room. We report on the main dental stories from the national and international news as well as the latest developments in the practice.

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01 November 2020
We are all experiencing extra levels of stress during the coronavirus pandemic. Difficult times like these highlight even more the importance of a good night’s sleep to our health and wellbeing, including your oral health.
01 October 2020
We want to make sure our patients have as stress-free an experience as possible at the practice. Rob Nichols is trained in providing sedation so that he can treat patients who suffer dental anxiety or even phobia more easily. He is also a member of the Society for Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry (SAAD). Two of our dental nurses, Tina and Sami, are trained in the procedure to support Rob in the surgery.
01 October 2020
We have been delighted to welcome many of our patients back to the practice since we reopened in June. However, we realise that some of you may be concerned about attending for appointments during this difficult time. We do want to reassure you that we are following national guidelines closely and are working hard to keep you – and us – as safe as possible.
01 September 2020
Our hygienists and therapists, Lyndsey and Beth, have been busy working with Rob to make sure our patients catch up with their check-ups and hygiene appointments.
01 August 2020
We have now completed the installation of our new ventilation system which means that both surgeries on the first floor can operate as negative-pressure rooms.
01 July 2020
We have changed the way we welcome you to the practice for an appointment.
01 June 2020
You may have already seen the announcement that dental practices may re-open from 8 June. This is fantastic news – but did come as a bit of a shock to the profession as we had no prior notice!
01 May 2020
We are following national guidelines and so have had to close the practice during this stage of the coronavirus crisis.
01 April 2020
During these unprecedented times please make sure that you continue with your routine dental care at home. We asked our therapist and hygienist Lyndsey for her top tips.
01 March 2020
Having sensitive teeth can mean anything from getting a mild twinge to having severe discomfort that can continue for several hours. It can also be an early warning sign of more serious dental problems.
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