Community dental services

 

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What is the service?

Where is the service provided?

When is the service provided?

Who should you contact?

 

What is the service?

The Community Dental service is a referral only service, providing a comprehensive range of specialist dental care such as:

  • Treatment for adults and children with special needs.
  • Treatment under general anaesthesia for adults and children with special needs.
  • A general anaesthetic service at Pinderfields Hospital for dental extractions for children age 3 to 15 years.
  • Oral Health Promotion Service which provides oral health advice and information to all health and teaching professionals within the Wakefield district.
  • Dental screening of children in special needs schools.

 

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Where is the service provided?

We are based at:
 

Wakefield Community Dental Clinic
Newstead House
11 Bond Street
Wakefield
WF1 2QP

 

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When is the service provided?

We are open Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 5.00pm. Some clinics are not open every weekday.

 

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Who should you contact?

Patients are usually referred by a healthcare professional, although some self-referrals are accepted.


You can contact Wakefield Community Dental Clinic on 01924 327520.

You can find information about children's oral health on the Wakefield Government website.