Are you searching for out-of-hours denture repair? Look no further than The Denture People!
The Denture People’s Out-of-hours denture repair services
The Denture People offer a convenient out-of-hours denture repair service designed to meet the needs of those who experience unexpected denture damage.
This service operates from our Warrington laboratory, where the dental technician can repair your dentures within one hour. This is particularly beneficial for those who need their dentures fixed quickly without long waiting times.
Their out-of-hours service runs from 7 am to 10 pm, seven days a week, offering flexibility and accessibility for those unable to attend during regular business hours.
Please note that a call-out fee applies in addition to the charges for denture repair. This ensures you can get professional, speedy service whenever needed, even outside traditional working hours.
What are the benefits of out-of-hours denture repair?
The Denture People’s Out-of-hours denture repair services offer several significant benefits:
- Emergency Services: Dentures can break or get damaged anytime, not just within standard business hours. Out-of-hours services ensure you can fix your dentures promptly, even if it’s late at night or on the weekend.
- Convenience: For those who work during regular business hours, finding the time to get dentures repaired can be a challenge. Out-of-hours repair services provide flexibility, allowing you to schedule repairs at a time that suits you best.
- Reduced Discomfort and Waiting Time: Damaged dentures can cause discomfort or make it difficult to eat and speak. Quick repairs mean less time spent struggling with these issues.
- Prevents Further Damage: If a denture is broken and not fixed promptly, it could lead to further damage. Immediate repair can prevent this, saving you time and money in the long run.
- Maintains Oral Health: Wearing broken or ill-fitting dentures can negatively impact oral health. Fast repairs help maintain good oral hygiene and health.
Our Expert Clinical Dental Technicians (CDTs)
Clinical Dental Technicians (CDTs) are specialised dental professionals who have undergone advanced training and qualification to provide specific dental services directly to patients.
This additional training is typically obtained from reputed institutions like the George Brown College in Toronto, Canada. The Royal College of Surgeons of England further ratifies and examines it.
The qualification is Dip CDT RCS Eng, indicating that the individual has completed a Diploma in Clinical Dental Technology from the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
This qualification enables them to register with the General Dental Council (GDC), which is required to practice legally as a CDT in many jurisdictions.
CDTs’ training covers various areas critical to providing safe and professional dental care, including handling medical emergencies, maintaining professionalism and confidentiality, keeping accurate patient records, handling complaints, and ensuring cross-infection control.
Without this extended training and qualification, a dental technician cannot legally provide dentures or other removable dental appliances directly to patients.
Instead, they can only register with the GDC as a dental technician, and their work is limited to providing services for dentists.
For more information on hours of denture repair, contact The Denture People.