A dental practice in Cardigan will stop providing NHS dental care next month.
Hywel Dda University Health Board has confirmed that the Charsfield dental practice will no longer offer an NHS service from November 22.
The dental practice at Rhos College in Haverfordwest will also stop providing NHS dental care from the same date.
The health board says it is working closely with Eskimo Healthcare Group to provide patients who have previously received care at the practice with information about their current care and the options available to them while the health board begins the process of identifying a new service provider for the zones.
The Cardigan practice will provide all urgent care patients need until November 22, 2022 and will ensure the completion of any treatment, including orthodontic extractions.
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Jill Paterson, Director of Primary, Community and Long Term Care for Hywel Dda, said: ‘The Board of Health would like to thank the patients for the support they have given to Practice over the years and appreciates the concerns that patients may have at this time of uncertainty
“The health board is working to find a solution that secures NHS dental services for the longer term.”
For questions about appointments, always contact the office.
Following the close of the practice’s contract, patients experiencing dental pain should contact 111 to access an urgent access appointment available seven days a week.
For more information on how you can access NHS dental care at another practice, visit https://hduhb.nhs.wales or contact the dental services team on 0300 303 8322.