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Queen Street Dental Surgery in Wymondham is praised by watchdog

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A dental practice in Wymondham has been given a glowing review by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

The Queen Street Dental Surgery was given a tick of approval by the health and social care services watchdog in all five of its key evaluation areas following an inspector’s visit on January 10.

The CQC found the practice was safe, and its services were effective, caring, responsive and well led.

The commission’s report went onto say the practice had systems to help ensure patient safety, was clean and well equipped to treat patients.

It also said: “Patients were treated in a way that they liked and spoke highly of the caring and empathetic nature of the dentist.

“They told us they were actively involved in decisions about their treatment.”

The practice has about 400 patients, and its team consists of a part-time dentist, a part-time dental nurse and a receptionist.

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