Plans for a new dental practice in Norwich get the green light

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Plans to open a new dental practice in Norwich have been given the green light.

Planning officers at Norwich City Council have approved an application from Night Dental to change the use of premises formerly used as a bookmakers. The unit, a former William Hill branch in Queen Street, will be developed to create a new dental surgery. The application relates to the ground floor premises.

Night Dental provides general and cosmetic dental services, facial aesthetics, dental implants and orthodontic services. The new practice will create four new part-time and seven full-time jobs, with appointments available every day between 8am and 8pm.

The proposal outlines plans to undertake minor internal work to create three treatment rooms, a reception and waiting area and decontamination rooms.

Dental services in Norwich and the surrounding area are under intense pressure and local MP, Clive Lewis, has previously raised concerns about access to dental care. New surgeries will increase capacity in the city and help to ease pressure on practices that are trying to tackle backlogs and ensure that patients who need emergency care have access to same-day appointments.

Further details about the practice, including the planned opening date and contact details for patients who are interested in registering, will be provided in due course. Work on the building is set to commence soon.

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