Lockdown announcement 4th of January 8PM:
EGO Dental Clinic will remain OPEN as usual! – Please note that our opening hours may differ.
If we are closed during the opening hours please email us on [email protected] or text us on our emergency WhatsApp line 07999 666699.
2nd of November 2020
Latest UPDATE EGO Dental Clinic Managment: We will remain OPEN as usual – Please notice the opening hours may change.
For more information please contact the management
29th of July 2020
Please read before your visit
The novel coronavirus causes the disease known as COVID-19, coronavirus virus has a long incubation period during which carriers of the virus may not show symptoms and still be contagious.
Please do not visit us if you do have any of the symptoms below
• Sore Throat
• Shortness of Breath
• Difficulty Breathing
• Flu-like symptoms
• Runny Nose
• Loss or smell/taste
• Temperature > 38°C
Patients with high risk category, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, lung diseases including moderate to severe asthma, being immuno-compromised, having active malignancy, or over age 65.
Do not visit us if you are currently positive for the novel coronavirus or awaiting results of a laboratory test for the novel coronavirus.
Do not visit us if you have returned to the UK from any country outside of the UK whether by car, air, ferry, bus or train in the past 14 days.
Travel from any country outside of the UK, including travel by car, air, bus or train, significantly increases my risk of contracting and transmitting the novel coronavirus. The UK NHS requires self-isolation for 14 days from the date a person has returned to the UK. (specific countries only – See updated list on gov.uk.)
Public health England (PHE) has asked individuals to maintain physical distancing of at least 2 metres (6 feet) and it is not possible to maintain this distance and receive dental treatment.
Do not visit us if you have identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive for novel coronavirus or been asked to self-isolate by the NHS, Public health England or any other governmental health agency.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions
For more up-to-date about COVID-19 Please visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
7th of June 2020:
Updated Advice from 7th of June 2020 (to be reviewed weekly)
Following the Government and Chief Dental Officer (England) announcement on 28th May 2020 concerning the resumption of routine face to face dentistry.
We are excited to have the opportunity to welcome you back to the clinic from the 8th of June onwards.
However in the view of the potential seriousness of the Covid-19, please note that we respectfully ask you to be patient with us as we prepare the phased reopening of the practice.
The return to routine dental care may still not begin for a couple of weeks, as there are complexities such as limited availability of PPE, strict national guidance and Covid-19 alert level.
Also number of patients being seen each day is drastically reduced due to enhanced measures we must take to maintain safety.
There are certain extra steps and measures that have been added in order for us to be able to see you. We will send these out individually prior to your appointment.
Surgery opening Phase 1
We will initially only see patients with the most urgent dental needs, such as dental and facial pain, swellings and infections. PRE-BOOKED APPOINTMENTS ONLY!
There is a backlog of patients with urgent needs who have been triaged over the phone during lockdown and they will get the priority spaces.
Surgery opening Phase 2
Once patients with urgent needs have been treated we can return to routine, non urgent dental care such as examinations, hygienist cleanings, Invisalign etc…
On both phases we will maintain our 24/7 free emergency triaged services over the phone and FREE Virtual consultations. (WhatsApp – B2020)
Your safety and PPE
Our practice has always maintained the highest, up-to-date cross infection protocols. We have arranged the best personal protective equipment out there, including Fit tested filtration masks FFP3, visors, gowns, aprons and masks.
The filtration masks are all fit tested to the individual staff members face, causing no particles get through from our end or yours.This will help to keep us all completely safe from any respiratory droplets.
These are all extra measures taken to keep us all safe and allow for us to see you as soon as possible.
Qualitative Face Fit Test Certificate – Safety First-Tutor: Daniel H. Grad IOSH MIIRSM MIFPO
World Health Organization:
Certificates: A Confirmation of Participation PPE – Personal Protective Equipment
Certificates: A Confirmation of Participation IPC – Infection Prevention Control
We are very sorry for any inconvenience that this has caused you all and are very grateful for your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you soon in the clinic.
Dr Charlie Attariani
Dr Golnar Hassirian
Ego Dental Clinic and Ego Health and Beauty – Victoria – St James Park – London
20th of March 2020:
At EGO Dental Clinic we have been doing everything we can to keep the practice open, whilst ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients and team members.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement and due to the evolving situation with the Corona Virus outbreak and following the guidelines issued by the UK Government and Public Health England and taking into account other Government advice, we have unfortunately taken the difficult decision to cease providing our normal dental services. Hence, as of Friday 20th of March , EGO Dental Clinic and EGO Health and Beauty will be closed We will only be providing emergency services triaged over the phone and FREE WhatsApp virtual consultation call
For 24/7 serious dental emergencies please call the NHS line 111
Serious emergencies include:
- Facial swelling extending to eye or neck
- Bleeding due to trauma
- Tooth broken and causing pain, or tooth fallen out
- Significant toothache preventing sleep, eating, associated with significant swelling, or fever that cannot be managed with painkillers
Seek A&E for:
- Facial swelling affecting vision or breathing, preventing mouth opening more than 2 fingers width
- Trauma causing loss of consciousness, double vision or vomiting.
Non-Urgent (may need to wait)
- Loose or lost crowns, bridges or veneers
- broken, rubbing or loose denture
- bleeding gums
- broken, loose or lost fillings
- chipped teeth with no pain
- loose orthodontic wire/braces
We will continue to use robust infection control procedures, wiping down surfaces between patients with extra vigilance to include door handles and other higher risk areas, whilst using appropriate PPE.
For those of you who are on our dental dental scheme, we will still see you for any dental emergencies and we appreciate your loyalty and continued support.
We want to let you, our dear patients, know that we are here for you to offer any service that you might need in these difficult times and we will try to be available for you as much as the guidelines and current rules allow us.
Hopefully we will get through this difficult situation soon and our lives can go back to normal and we can continue to see you all for future visits. We will infrom you as soon as we are back to normal services again.
In the meantime, stay safe, stay healthy and protect your loved ones.
Dr. Charlie Attariani
Dr. Golnar Hassirian