What to Expect

The Lyndhurst Dental Practice is situated in a converted house near the centre of Lyndhurst. It has a level car park situated next to the practice and a ramp to allow access for our wheelchair bound patients.

We have recently had several members of the disabled community into the practice to assess how easily the practice can be accessed and to give us advise on things we can do to improve things for our patients. The practice is wholly based on one level and the reception area has been equipped with comfortable chairs of varying heights. The toilet has been equipped with numerous grab rails to allow access for our patients with mobility problems.

Sarah, our dentist, has passed her Stage 2 British Sign Language examination and so is able to communicate directly with any profoundly deaf patients. Both of our surgeries are of a good size and allow wheelchair users access comfortably.

The team are committed to making sure that all of our patients are able to access our services and we encourage our patients to discuss with us any concerns they may have about access. Good communication is key and we are often able to make suggestions or help overcome obstacles that our patients may face.