Complete Dentistry  |  21-23 Glasgow Road, Paisley, PA1 3QY
Telephone : 0141 889 2016
Latest News

Latest News

Dental Practices Closed

Tuesday, March 24, 2020



Due to the Coronavirus outbreak and in accordance with instructions from Scottish Government and the Chief Dental Officer, the practice is temporarily closed.

Only patients with severe symptoms of infection, swelling, bleeding or trauma will be seen for emergency treatment within designated centres in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.

If you have an emergency:

  • During the week, between the hours of  9am-6pm, phone the practice on 0141-889 2016 and follow the message

  • After 6pm during the week  and at weekends contact NHS24 on 111

Meantime we wish you well, please take care and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

Abdul 

On behalf of The Complete Dentistry Team






Update following UK Coronavirus lockdown

Monday, March 23, 2020



Update on Coronavirus.

As you will have heard via the news, Scotland will, in effect, be in 'lockdown'.

The practice doors will be closed and we would ask you to phone the practice in advance if you have a severe dental emergency.
You will then be asked specific questions to determine whether you have a dental emergency that can be treated in the current circumstances.
Please bear with us so we can help you, protect you and our staff.


Keep safe and heed the advice we have been given.






Update 18 March for all Scottish Dental Practices

Wednesday, March 18, 2020



Updated guidance for all Scottish dental practices:
Scottish government has advised all dental practices to reduce any procedure which could increase the possibility of spreading Coronavirus.
Basically this means avoiding the production of any aerosol during a treatment.
This will limit what treatments we are able to do which is why we will be asking you specific questions when you phone. Please bear with us so we can help you, protect you and our staff.




Coronavirus Update

Sunday, March 15, 2020



Coronavirus Update

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new and emerging infectious disease threat. There is still much uncertainty around its clinical presentation but the spectrum of disease may range from mild-to-moderate illness to pneumonia or severe acute respiratory infection.  The approach taken by NHS Scotland is to identify potential cases of COVID-19, isolate them and contain the virus.


If you have any of the symptoms (temperature, cough, shortness of breath) within 14 days of travel to a risk area you should contact your GP or NHS 24 (contact 111) by telephone. You should not attend the dental practice, GP surgery or A&E department.

Up to date information (including risk areas) for the public is available at NHS Inform. Contacts of a confirmed case should also defer their treatment until their local Health Protection Team has advised otherwise. Triaging by the dental reception team in advance of the appointment may be undertaken to prevent individuals with ‘possible’ or ‘confirmed’ COVID-19 arriving for their appointment.

Further information on COVID-19 can be found on NHS Inform or by contacting NHS24 on 111.

Asymptomatic individuals who have travelled from risk areas can be treated as usual, with our dental team following our usual high standards of universal infection control precautions.






Happy 2020

Tuesday, December 31, 2019




The end of this decade is nearly upon us and 2020 is just around the corner. From all of us, a great big thanks for all your support over the year. Have a safe, happy and healthy 2020 when it comes.

You're used to seeing us in clinical attire....we're not always like that!






Further qualificaitons for Ian!

Tuesday, November 05, 2019



Congratulations to Ian Cumming who, after a lot of hard work and studying, recently graduated from the University of Chester with the Diploma in Restorative Dentistry. The experience and skills gained from this course allows Ian to assess and treat patients with more complex treatment needs and provide them with the highest quality treatment options, helping them achieve the smiles they have always desired!






Practice Inspection passed with flying colours!

Sunday, June 23, 2019



All practices providing NHS dental care have to undergo an inspection every 3 years. This is a rigorous inspection that involves inspection of the premises, sterilisation facilities and processes. You'll be glad to know we passed with flying colours. We're delighted!   






National Smile Month

Friday, June 01, 2018



It's National Smile Month!

Remember to visit your dentist to make sure your mouth is checked out for oral cancer, gum problems and tooth decay. Also, why not consider whitening your teeth to improve your confidence and dazzle your friends? 

Contact us on 0141-889 2016 and get the smile you've always dreamed about!






Infection Control Result

Saturday, March 24, 2018



A glowing report for your practice!

We had refresher training last week from NHS Education for Scotland in relation to Infection Control. This is a requirement every few years for practices to ensure basic standards are being maintained and suggestions made for improvement.
You'll be glad to hear that the trainers were EXTREMELY impressed and we were awarded the unusual distinction of 'no action points'. In other words they had no suggestions for improvement! The Complete Dentistry team were delighted  😊😊




New Sterilisation Equipment

Monday, February 12, 2018



Not the trendiest of subjects, but the practice has just invested over £10,000 in the form of 2 new state of the art sterilisers to ensure we stay at the forefront of this technology. These new additions to our sterilisation room help ensure YOU receive the best care. You don't ever see that room but it's an essential part of your care!