A smile is the universal welcome
July 2018

2018 has been an exciting year for the practice. Our dentists, Fay, Greg and James who joined us in 2017 have settled in well and become a great part of our team. Later last year we also had the pleasure of welcoming a new receptionist to our practice – Alison who we are pleased to say has fitted in very well.

Staying connected to our patients is important to us, and we now have a very active Facebook page for the practice where we post offers and advice regularly - https://www.facebook.com/LewesDental

Steve continues to work with Brighton and Hove Football Club as the club dentist, as they retain their position in the premier league, attending the Brighton and Hove FC training ground recently to carry out their dental examinations. Steve also spent a few afternoons at local schools and sports clubs taking impressions of children’s teeth for sports guards.

Fay is qualified in administering fillers and we now offer them as a treatment at the practice due to the huge popularity of the botox. Both Steve and Fay continue to administer botox on a regular basis, to help reduce the appearance of frown lines, crows feet and more. Greg is also providing invisalign at the practice, providing a discreet way to straighten teeth.

Steve recently took the team on a trip to London for our summer work’s do. We had a great afternoon completing the crystal maze before enjoying a curry on Brick Lane.

Continuing education is considered important in the development of Lewes High Street Dental Practice and our receptionist Elizabeth is eager to increase her knowledge in dentistry. She will be starting her dental nurse training in September and we will be supporting her throughout.

Steven continues to work with Brighton and Hove Albion as the club dentist, and after they were promoted into the premier league last season, is now a premier league football team’s dentist!
Both Steven and Fay are qualified in administrating botox and now carry it out regularly at the practice, to help reduce the appearence of frown lines, crows feet and more.

 

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