Advice From A Dentist. Dental Emergencies During Covid-19. Tips for Home Management

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This video is designed to help you understand what is being classified as urgent and non-urgent dental treatment during the covid-19 (corona virus) crisis. Simple tips and tricks you can do at home to help alleviate some of your symptoms or any dental worries you may have are discussed.

NHS England and the department of health have asked all dental practices to prioritise urgent treatments where possible. This guidance was produced to reduce the risk of virus transmission to you, our staff and our patients.

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