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Mawsley Dental Clinic are: Investors in People SILVER AWARD WINNERS!!

Monday, August 5th, 2013

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We are the proud achievers of the Investors in People Silver award!

The clinic is assessed for this award every 3 years and was assessed at the end of July 2013. The team here at the clinic work excellently together and strive to progress in their individual careers with help from the clinic and the business owner Alison Simpson.

Here’s to Gold in 2016!

We did it!!!!!!!! Ridgewalk 2013 completed

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Well, what a fantastic effort put in by the Mawsley Dental Clinic Ridgewalk team this weekend. They were all truly AMAZING! Thank you to our supporters and patients for all the kind donations and sponsors. We still haven’t reached our £3000 target so anyone still willing to donate please do so on our just giving page: http://www.justgiving.com/mawsleydentalclinic

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Staff Changes

Sunday, May 26th, 2013

We are very sad to be saying goodbye to Tracey Haddock this month. Tracey is taking on a new role on a new career path and the team at Mawsley Dental Clinic wish her all the very best for the future. We look forward to singing the night away on Thursday!

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We have welcomed two new members to the team, Laura Hicks, who is a qualified dental nurse and Tracey Neil who joins us as a trainee dental nurse. We look forward to building on our fantastic team here.

National Smile Month 20th May – 20th June 2013

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

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National Smile Month is the UK’s largest oral health campaign. This year it kicks off on 20 May and finishes on 20 June. Right at the heart of it you’ll find three key messages that can go a long way to improving oral health. They are:
Brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste.
Cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks.
Visit the dentist regularly, as often as they recommend
Sounds simple? You’d think so, but there’s evidence to suggest not everyone keeps to these three most basic of messages. National Smile Month is a great opportunity for those who don’t to take stock of their oral health habits, and a great opportunity for those who do to pass the message onto others.
Ask us in the clinic how we can help you…..

 

 

 

***Special Offer – Wrinkle Reducing Injections – 1st June 2013***

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

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We are holding a day for wrinkle reducing injections on 1st June 2013 9am – 12pm. The sessions are at a reduced price: 1 area – £150, 2 areas – £180, 3 areas – £200.

If you would like to book a space please call us on t: 01536 799210 where one of our reception team will be pleased to help.

 

 

Bridge 2 Aid Donations greatly appreciated!

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

One of our Dental Nurses, Hannah Mather, is raising money to fund her trip to Tanzania with the Bridge 2 Aid charity to volunteer for two weeks assisting the local community with emergency dental care.

Hannah needs to raise £2000 in sponsorship to enable her to go. We have a collection box on reception and any sponsors or donations would be greatly appreciated.

You can also donate via Hannah’s just giving page: www.justgiving.com/hannah-mather

Many thanks for all the donations already recieved.

Six month smile blog by Dominic Panter (Dental Nurse at Mawsley Dental Clinic)

Monday, September 17th, 2012

I had my six month smiles braces placed on December 14th 2011 as I was very self conscious and unhappy with my smile. I never used to smile as I was so paranoid about my teeth. I decided to go with six month smile over traditional orthodontics as I wanted a quick result and a cosmetic appliance.

At first I found the braces quite uncomfortable which myself and Alison did not anticipate, but after a few days of eating a soft diet the pain rapidly subsides and you soon get used to this sensation..

Within about three weeks I noticed my teeth were moving already to which I thought could not be possible. When it came to changing my elastics 4 weeks later I noticed they were quite stained and this is down to a strong coloured food diet.

 

My six month smile appliance has now been placed for 4 weeks, the system just feels very normal in my mouth and I don’t even realise that it is fitted to my teeth other than a few minor ulcers which gave me slight discomfort. I used the orthodontic comfort wax and warm salty mouth washes this soon calmed the ulcers down.

The change in my teeth during month 2 was quite amazing, I was happy with the results and I felt more confident already. When my elastics were changed again they were still quite stained but again this was down to my diet.

 

At the beginning of month 3 one of my brackets came off due to eating crusty bread this was causing no pain but was just frustrating when eating as the bracket was still present on the wire and I could feel it moving. Alison soon corrected this by taking the wire off, re-cementing the bracket and then replacing the wire, after this it all felt normal as before.

 

Now I am in month 4 of the treatment, I feel that my teeth are almost perfect just very slight alterations are needed. I am very pleased with the results at this stage, I did not think that it could be possible this quick.

 

The fifth month has soon come round and I am now looking forward to the finished result. There are still very slight alterations needed just on one stubborn tooth. If these alterations were not needed my brace would be off and then I would have my smile and confidence back.

 

As the end of my treatment is soon approaching my 6 month smile braces have worked perfectly the results are out of this world. I never thought how perfect they would look due to the severity of my case but it really is amazing, it has completely changed my life.

 

(Photos and a further update available soon, check back to follow Dom’s story….)

NHS Patients

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Mawsley Dental Clinic is currently unable to accept NHS patients. We have a waiting list and we are more than happy for patients to join this which will come into effect in approximately 3-6 months time.

If in the meantime you wish to be seen, you can have an appointment on a private basis or join our Mawsley Plan. Please call reception for further details on t: 01536 799210 and we will be more than happy to assist you.

Welcome to the clinic Victoria!

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Another sparkly new member joins our team, Victoria Vandervelden (Vicky), who joins us as a qualified dental nurse. She will be training alongside Amy in Alisons clinic, learning all private treatments from Wrinkle Reducing Injections to Implants. Im sure everyone will join us in welcoming her to the team!

Welcome to Emily and Louise!

Monday, May 21st, 2012

We have two new staff members with us here at Mawsley Dental Clinic, Emily who has joined us as a Receptionist and Louise who has joined us as a Dental Nurse.  Two new faces for you to see in the clinic! We wish them a happy settling in time!