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71 Dental – Leyland (formerly Station Dental)

Services covered: MOS Provider

What services are offered?

  • Complex Surgical Extractions

Which services are not offered?

  • Anterior Apicectomies under sedation
  • Complex Medical Histories
  • Complex Oral Medicine
  • Domiciliary
  • G. A. Referrals
  • HSC Cancer Referrals
  • Inhalation Sedation
  • IV Sedation
  • Multiple extractions under sedation
  • Orthodontic Exposures
  • Radiography
  • Restorative procedures under sedation
  • Routine extractions under sedation
  • Second Opinions
  • Simple surgical extractions under sedation
  • TMJ
  • Endodontics
  • Prosthodontics
  • Periodontics
  • Molar Endodontics Under Sedation
  • Difficult extraction of erupted teeth
  • Removal of buried roots and fractured root fragments
  • Removal of simple impacted teeth, including wisdom teeth
  • Removal of ectopic and supernumerary teeth
  • Surgical exposure of buccally displaced teeth with an orthodontic treatment plan
  • Surgical endodontics on anterior teeth.
  • Face to Face Restorative Triage Services
  • Anterior Apicectomies
  • Multiple extractions
  • Simple restorations – direct and indirect
  • Anterior endodontics
  • Simple extractions
  • Simple scaling and debridement​

What are the referral criteria for patients?

NHS referrals will only be processed if sent via the online referral system.

Referral forms should be accompanied, where required, by appropriate, relevant and recent radiographs, digital or otherwise, or scanned/photographic images of radiographs which must be of good diagnostic quality. Radiographs or images should be labelled with the patient’s name; date of birth; the date the radiograph was taken; and the location at which the radiograph was taken.

What are the main reasons for rejecting patients?

Incomplete referral forms or referrals without appropriate radiographs of diagnostic quality will be returned to the referring GDP which may lead to subsequent delay in patients receiving care.

Who are the clinicians providing the service?

Who can use the service?

The referring GDP should inform the patient being referred about the referral process. The patient should be made aware of treatment options but that the final decision on the care they receive for their condition rests with the clinician who will be treating them. Patients who accept an appointment but then ‘Do Not Attend’ for the appointment without giving prior notice will be returned to the referring GDP. If a patient accepts an appointment and then cancels for the second time, that patient will be discharged to the referring GDP.
Patients should be informed that access to secondary care is not on demand, and their treatment complexity will dictated their final service location.

Contact Details

71 Towngate Leyland, Lancashire PR25 2LR

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