Welcome to Our New Practice Website
Our new practice website has been designed to provide visitors and patients with information about the practice and the primary care team, and also about the services & facilities we offer. If you're a patient who is currently registered with the practice, you'll also find important information about practice procedures and policy, along with up-to-date news and announcements from the practice.
Please use the navigation menu at the top of the page to browse through the different sections of the website. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, please Contact Us and speak with a receptionist. We also welcome any feedback or suggestions you have about the website, and ways in which we can improve it.
Dental Advice - Important Information
If you are suffering with toothache or have any sort of abscess/gum infection, treatment must be sought from a dental practitioner - NOT your local GP surgery.
GP’s are not qualified or indemnified to treat these sort of ailments even if you are not registered with a dentist or if you are having trouble obtaining emergency dental treatment. The LHB’s Bridgend locality office has received notification from some surgeries that they are having patients seek medical advice and treatment from their doctor instead of a dentist due to an apparent lack of dental provision. We have been reassured by the LHB that this not the case and anybody having difficulty in accessing dental treatment should contact them for help and advice.
For emergency treatment outside surgery hours, registered patients should contact their dental surgery. Your dentist should have arrangements in place for you to receive telephone advice, and treatment if necessary.
Surgeries will have an answer phone message referring you to the arrangements in place. If there is no message, please ring Emergency Dental Helpline on 0845 46 47.
If you are not registered with a dentist or are away from home, please ring the Emergency Dental Helpline on 0845 46 47. Remember – Toothache is not an emergency, unless accompanied by bleeding, swelling or after an accident.
In the event of a genuine medical emergency, dial 999 and ask for an ambulance.