East Oxford Clinic on Manzil Way is part of the Oxfordshire Community Dental Service (CDS) which consists of nine dental clinics located across Oxfordshire.
The Community Dental Team also provide specialised dental care to adults as well as children, who are unable to receive care from a general dental practitioner. Patients are referred to the service which supports people suffering with anxiety, mental health issues, complex medical conditions and physical or learning disabilities.
East Oxford Dental Clinic also has facilities available to aid those who require assistance with mobility, including a hoist and a lift.
Rosalind Mitchell, Clinical Director and Deputy Chief Medical Officer, for the service, said: “The children’s in hours team at East Oxford are passionate in providing excellent care to all our patients. Many children who visit us suffer with severe phobias and anxiety and the team carry out an amazing job to make sure they complete their treatment and leave relaxed and happy.”
All patients and service users who receive care and support from Oxford Health are encouraged to provide reviews on the independent I Want Great Care website. Our NHS organisation encourages reviews as they help our teams learn where the quality and standards of care can be improved. It also lets us know where our clinicians are providing compassionate care and allows us to publicly recognise their work.
Below are just some of the many positive comments the team has received:
“The staff were very understanding about my phobia and nerves. They gave me back my smile -truly amazing.”
“I received such good service, staff were approachable and attentive.”
While a parent of a patient explained: “The lovely staff made my daughter feel so comfortable.”
“The dentist was talking to me all the way though my treatment. She made me feel comfortable, confident and calm through the process.”
To find out more about the Oxfordshire Community Dental Service or to find your nearest clinic, click here.
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Published: 22 April 2022