Freedom Day

Practice Update 13th July: With “Freedom Day” looming and the announcement that masks are no longer a legal requirement by the government, I wanted to update you on how Wash Common Dental Practice will look after 19th July. In summary – we will not be making many changes. We have taken advice from British Dental […]

Gardening notes: Spring

Snowdrops bring joy to the hearts of many. A letter from Douglas Harris, Penwood Garden Nurseries.    These simple bulbs also known locally as snowflowers, maids of February, white ladies, candlemas bells and even vegetable snow can be found on hedgebanks and in open woodland throughout Britain.  If you would like to be on equal terms with […]

Poem review: Ulysses

Ulysses & COVID Much like the seemingly endless anguish of lockdown, the King Ulysses reflects on the apparent meaninglessness of his life, trapped on the rocky island of Ithaca. He meditates on his past quests; adventures shared with both friend and foe that have shaped him into the man he is today.  These are the experiences […]

Reopen from 1st February

Practice update: 25th January 2021. I am very pleased to advice you that all the Dentists, Hygienists, Nurses, Receptionists, and the Practice Manager have received the first dose of the Covid-19 Vaccine two weeks ago. Therefore, the Wash Common Dental Practice will fully reopen on the Monday 1st February 2021. If your appointment was cancelled […]

Wellbeing and Oral Health

Health, and wellbeing impacts your oral health. Here are 3 top tips on maintaining oral health.

It is incredibly important that we are looking after ourselves during these changing and stressful times. Your mental and physical well-being is paramount to living a positive and healthier lifestyle, but we must remember not to neglect our oral health too.

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