It’s been a really busy time for me over the last year.
Since finally getting planning permission for the new building in Princes Road (see below), it’s been another full-time job working with my planning team for the move.
In between this, I have spent some time away in Munich and Berne on courses from the finest gum specialists in the world. I have been trained in advanced procedures to cover receded gums and recreate lost tissue around teeth.
In addition, I have been fully certified to use Bioclear. this is a remarkable new technique that allows us to close dental “black triangles” without doing any preparation on the teeth.
Kostas has been awarded the position of part-time consultant in Prosthodontics at Kings in London, a true achievement.
Sarah, one of our hygienists has decided to move out of London after 6 years and we are looking forward to having Hardip Dhillon take over her Thursday clinic.
I will update everyone with a final move date in the next couple of months, but the new building is only 3 minutes walk from our present location
Imogen, one of our brilliant hygienists has won a top award in her field, She was awarded this in a highly competitive category of The Probe Awards 2019. A lot of her patients dont realise she works with special needs children and as a tutor at Kings College in London. She is a true asset to my clinic.
After 20 years in Kew Road, we will be moving in October 2019, to new premises around the corner at 12 Princes Road.
We have outgrown our existing surgery and the parking is becoming worse than ever. Jason purchased the old Grovers Garage MOT centre and has spent the last 3 years developing the new site.
Our new surgery will have the latest equipped surgeries, our own CT scanner and also off street parking.
The exact move date will be finalised, but we will keep you fully informed.