We aim to take good care of our patients at The Circus Dental Practice. Each patient is special to us and we work to provide an excellent standard of care in a friendly and comfortable environment.
Our continual investment in the most up to date techniques, materials and postgraduate education, means that our dedicated team of dentists, nurses, hygienists and specialist consultants are able to offer the highest level of care whether a routine examination and preventative treatment through to the most complicated restorative and cosmetic treatments. With most of our dentists experienced in teaching undergraduates at Bristol University, you can be assured of the most appropriate treatment for your needs and excellent results.
Statement Of Purpose
The Circus Dental Practice is registered with the Care Quality Commission for the below regulated activities.
Aims and Objectives
1. Treatment of disease, disorder or injury
To provide a high quality and range of dental services to the whole community, including consultations, X-Rays, routine restorative work, endodontics, treatment of periodontal disease, prostheses, cosmetic work.
To offer patients a friendly and professional service.
To explain the diagnosis to patients in detail, where particular attention should be given and necessary action – treatment options, costs, risks, advice, etc.
To refer to appropriately qualified specialist dental practitioners where necessary. Temporary treatment provided if necessary.
To keep patients well-informed of costs and to discuss treatment progress at each stage, obtaining relevant consent.
To offer a preventative service.
To establish an individually-developed personal dental health regime for each patient to meet their dental care needs and aim for a high level of oral health.
2. Surgical procedures
To provide detailed information and explanations to patients where a surgical procedure is necessary including risks, procedure, etc.
To obtain valid consent for all surgical procedures carried out at the practice.
To monitor patient progress for complex surgicals, post-procedure, following clinical protocol to ensure full recovery and minimise risks.
3. Diagnostic and screening procedures
To arrange and agree appointments and review appointments within appropriate personal timeframe with patients.
To undergo a complete and detailed examination of the patient’s oral health with help from relevant diagnostic equipment, taking into account relevant medical history.
To inform patients of the results of such diagnostic and screening procedures with a view to discussing possible treatment options
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