Covid-19 Update Feb 2022

Belmont Dental Practice remains fully open


 Please call us on 01753 882126 


In accordance with Dental Health England and Government Healthcare guidelines, we maintain many Covid-19 protocols for the safety of staff and patients. We  are completely confident that you will be treated here safely. 

It is important that you maintain your dental health and there is no reason why you should not come to see us for this purpose. Not only do we check the condition of your teeth but the health of your whole mouth from gum disease to cancer. 


Alongside a dedicated decontamination/sterilisation room and very high levels of cross infection control within the surgeries, which we have always had, we have added specific procedures to deal with Covid-19. These include:


  • Waiting in your car optional - the waiting room is now open but masks still need to be worn here.
  • Use of hand sanitiser is required on entry and exit
  • Reception area completely screened off between staff and patients.
  • 2m social distancing is required and we are lucky to have good space to enable this.
  • Full appropriate PPE is worn by all staff - masks, visors and disposable gowns with any patient contact. 
  • We have a powerful extractor fans which continually replenish the dental surgeries with fresh air during all procedures.
  • For high risk procedures (e.g. drilling) clinical staff wear respirator masks, visors and full surgical gowns. The surgery is then deep cleaned before reuse.
  • We encourage prepaid card and BACS payments for appointments. This facilitates a quicker and smoother appointment experience and reduces the likelihood of more than one patient being in the reception area at any one time.
  • Hygienists have a dedicated dental nurse assisting them


We continue to stay fully abreast of current government and our professional body advice and will update this website accordingly should circumstances change.


Thank you.



Mouth Cancer    Awareness

All our dental examinations include an oral cancer screen

Sadly mouth cancer is on the rise and if caught early can be treated but if left undetected can be fatal. 

We always carry out a full oral health assessment to ensure there are no suspiscious areas at your 

dental check up so we strongly recommend having regular appointments.

For more information see the link below:






Jane and Dexter's son Justin graduated from Leeds Dental School with a distinction in 2020. He has spent a year in dental practice in South London, and is following this with a years hospital surgical placement in Manchester. In 2022 he will have a better idea of which way his dental career will progress.



After 34 years in the profession, Dexter has retired from clinical dentistry, but is still very much involved in the running of the practice.