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During this time we are having to operate a slightly different service. Please see our latest update here

 If you answer YES to the screening questions below prior to attending your appointment you must let us know and not attend without speaking to us. 

  1. Do you have a new, continuous cough, a high temperature or fever or a lost or alteration to taste or smell?

  2. Have you or any member of your family/household had a confirmed diagnosis of COVID 19 in the last 10 days?

  3. Are you or any member of your family/household waiting for a Covid-19/SARS-CoV-2 PCR test result?

  4. Have you travelled internationally in the last 10 days to a country that is on the government red list?

  5. Have you or any member of your family/household been advised to isolate by any NHS organisation in the last 10 days?

Please stay at home and visit or call NHS 111 for advice


The best way to prevent the spread of any cold or flu including Coronavirus is to:

  • Wash your hands
    (For 20 seconds) -before you eat, after blowing your nose and after using the bathroom

  • When you sneeze or cough, do this in to a disposable tissue
    If you can’t get a tissue in time, cough/sneeze in to your sleeve

  • Put used tissues in the bin immediately
    Do not carry dirty tissues around and wash your hands immediately with soap and water after using one

  • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth
    Don’t touch your face if your hands are not clean or if you have a cold. (Germs can enter your body through your eyes, nose and mouth).

  • Try to avoid contact with people who are unwell.
    Avoid using public transport if you are unwell.

  • Wash your hands when you get to work/home
    Wash your hands after using public transport or being in public places.


Following these steps will help to protect you and your family

For up to date information on Coronavirus, please see the website


Opening Hours


We are open Monday to Friday for both NHS and Private treatment. On Saturdays we are open for Private treatment.








7am – 8pm

7am – 8pm

7am – 8pm

7am – 8pm

7am – 6pm

7am – 3pm


Please note the practice is closed on bank holidays.

Telephone lines and the front door are open from 10 minutes before the times listed above.


Outside of these hours you may leave a voicemail or email us.

Visit Us


020 8504 0262



Woodford Dental Care is situated directly opposite Woodford tube station.

Woodford is on the Central Line and has easy access to and from central London. The 275 bus stops are on the other side of the station, approximately a 5 minute walk from the practice.

There is pay and display car parking available in the station car parks opposite the practice.




Reception is on the ground floor. There are two steps up into the building from street level; a portable wheelchair ramp is available.

Our surgeries are situated on the ground and first floors. If you are unable to manage the stairs, please let us know when booking and we will be sure to accommodate you on the ground floor.

The main bathroom, accessible from the reception area, has enough space for turning in a wheelchair or to take a buggy in, a low level sink, grab rails, an automatic flush, an emergency pull cord and baby changing facilities.

If there is anything we can do to make your visit easier, please let us know.