The Natural Smile is Temporarily Closed.
This is because The Chief Dental Officer for England has issued advice that no routine treatments can take place that the moment and that urgent and emergency care should only be undertaken in emergency dental centres, where the correct protective equipment is available to keep staff and patients safe.
What If I Have a dental problem?
You can look at our advice on how to deal with common dental issues at home, here
You can call us on 07787 375197 or email us in firstname.lastname@example.org we are still here for you!
Out of hours call (07770) 941 848 (for registered patients only)
But I have an appointment booked! what will happen?
We have cancelled, all patient appointments until the 20th May 2020. We will update this page as the situation develops and as soon as we are able to reopen, we will let you know.
We have a list of priority patients, and we will contact those first as soon as we are aware that we might be able to open. we will then work through the list, you don’t need to do anything we will contact you.
What can I do to help oral and general health during this time?
Brush your teeth! how we have taught you over the years!
Eat the right stuff! There is so much advice on what to eat, its utterly bewildering; we would suggest Michael Pollen’s book Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual an excellent place to start based on the premise that you eat real food, mostly vegetables, not too much. you can get a gist for the book here.
Local sources of organic fresh food and vegetables:
Riverford. Based in Devon with a network of growers across the country and Europe, Guy Sing-Watson is a something of an inspiration to us, as a business owner, grower and champion of environmental issues. His vegetables aren’t bad either. They have a waiting list at the moment but you can sign up here: https://www.riverford.co.uk/
Lower Failand farm National trust family run tenanted farm just outside Bristol. They
normally sell to local farmers markets but during the lockdown you can call them direct on (01275) 372415 https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/failand/features/lower-failand-organic-farm
Leigh Court Farm, we used to get vegetable from Leigh Court years ago, for locally grown organic vegetables you probably can’t get a better carbon footprint in Bristol, unless you grow your own. https://leighcourtfarm.org.uk/
for advice on getting you immune system in shape you could have a read what nutrigold recommend here