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Tips For Making Your Next Dental Cleaning Less Painful

Tips For Making Your Next Dental Cleaning Less Painful As good as having your teeth cleaned at the dentist is, it can hurt a lot. It’s no wonder that so many people put it off as much as possible. Your local Reading dental clinic understands this and wants to make the process as smooth and […]

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How to Keep Your Teeth Whitened on Your Time

How to Keep Your Teeth Whitened on Your Time Keeping your teeth white is hardly a one-size-fits-all affair. Sometimes you have plenty of time to get your teeth whitened, and sometimes you’re just about to go out and want to do anything you can. There are ways to whiten your teeth on any time frame. […]

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What you Need to Know About Erupting Wisdom Teeth

What you Need to Know About Erupting Wisdom Teeth Wisdom teeth are one of the many mysteries of the mouth because we aren’t sure when and how they’re going to appear. Everyone experiences wisdom teeth differently, and some people don’t have them at all. Here are some things you need to know about erupting wisdom […]

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5 Dental Mistakes You Need to Stop Making

No matter how well you take care of your teeth, there’s a chance you’re making some mistakes you might not even realize are mistaken. These bad habits can build up and damage your teeth in the long run. The good news is that many of them are reversible. Here are the 5 dental mistakes you […]

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Disease Treatment

What To Expect From Gum Disease Treatment Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a problem that affects many people. The only way to treat the problem is to visit your dentist. Here’s a look at what you can expect with gum disease treatment. Behavioural Changes The first thing a dentist will recommend is […]

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Dental Phobia

Overcoming Dental Phobia Do you get hit with anxiety or phobia when it comes to the dentist? Whether you’re someone who suffers from a complete dental phobia or just some anxiety over visiting your dentist, you can overcome it with the help of your dentist in Reading. A good dental office has staff that is […]

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dentist near Reading

One of the most common services a dentist near Reading might perform – outside of regular care and maintenance – is teeth whitening. No doubt you have some questions about the procedure. Keep on reading to find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions about teeth whitening Slough. Am I A Good Candidate […]

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Dentist in Reading

Your general dentist is the dentist you normally see. They are there to take care of examining your teeth, cleaning them, and offering cosmetic services and basic procedures. The problem with general dentists is that an emergency can happen at any time. A dental emergency needs to be examined as soon as possible by skilled […]

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Why You Need a Dentist in Reading

Whenever someone is told that they should visit a dentist they tell themselves that they have perfect teeth and have no need to. No one considers seeing a dentist until it’s already too late, and they are feeling a lot of pain in their teeth. The reality is that it takes a long time for […]

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Tips for Choosing a Reading Dental Clinic

Given how many Reading dental clinic practices there are, it’s important that you find the right one for you. There are some things you can do to make the process easier. Here are five tips for choosing the right Reading dental clinic. 1. Understand your Benefits Consider your dental health plan, insurance, and any other […]

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This practice complies with the Data Protection Act (1998) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. This means that we will ensure that your information is processed fairly and lawfully.

What personal information do we need to hold?

• Your past and current medical and dental condition; personal details such as your age, address, telephone number and your general medical practitioner
• We may need to request details of your NHS number and entitlement to healthcare treatment
• Radiographs, clinical photographs, ultrasound imaging and study models
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• Records of consent to treatment
• Any correspondence relating to you with other health care professionals, for example in the hospital or community services.

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We need to keep accurate personal data about patients in order to provide you with safe and appropriate dental care.

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We are required to retain your medical records, ultrasound imaging, X- rays and study models while you are a patient of this practice and after you cease to be a patient, for at least eleven years or until age 25, whichever is the longer.

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Your information is held in the practice’s computer system. The information is only accessible to authorised personnel. Personal information will not be removed from this practice without the patients authorised consent. Your personal information is carefully protected by the staff at this practice. All access to information is held securely and can only be accessed by regularly changed passwords. Data is encrypted and computer terminals are closed if unattended.

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In order to provide proper and safe dental care to:
• Your general medical practitioner
• The hospital or community dental services
• Other health professionals caring for you
• Private dental schemes of which you are a member.

Disclosure will take place on a ‘need-to-know’ basis, so that only those individuals/organisations who need to know in order to provide care to you (whose personnel are covered by strict confidentiality rules) will be given the information. Only information that the recipient needs to know will be disclosed.

In very limited circumstances or when required by law or a court order, personal data may have to be disclosed to a third party not connected with your health care. In all other situations, disclosure that is not covered by this Code of Practice will only occur when we have your specific consent. Where possible you will be informed of these requests for disclosure.