Happy New Year!

Woman Using Floss CorrectlyFrom your New Road Dental team, we would like to wish all our patients and friends a very happy and healthy 2014.

 Your team at New Road Dental are back refreshed following our Christmas break and hope that all our lovely readers and patients are too!

We have all been discussing our New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 and a lot of them have been about being fitter and healthier, which got us thinking about an important resolution which is often overlooked- maintaining a high standard of oral health! Here are some resolution ideas that you can apply to your new year to keep that dental drill at bay;

*See Your Dentist and Oral Hygienist for Regular Checkups and Cleans

*Brush at Least Twice a Day and Floss at Least Once a day

 *Limit Your Alcohol Intake

*Drink More Water and Less Juices or Fizzy Drinks

*Eat Plenty of Fruit and Vegetables as Part of a Balanced Diet

*Quit Smoking or Using Other Tobacco Products 

*Have Less Sugar in You Tea & Coffee, Maybe Switch to a Natural Sweetener Like Stevia

As for our Team’s New Year’s Resolution, we are here ready to listen to our customer’s wants and needs. Do you have any suggestions that you would like us to put in place in 2014? If so please call our Practice Manager Sarah Marshall on 01923 776270 or email Sarah@newroaddental.co.uk.

This Practice at New Road is as much our patients as ours and feedback from patients is necessary for improving our customer service and satisfaction. We not only want patients to leave smiling, we want them to come in confident and happy knowing they are going to receive the best care possible.

We are a General Dental Practice who are delighted that we have the skills and experience to offer extras that many other practices are unable to offer. This includes;

  • Six month Smiles – Cosmetic brace system
  • Invisalign – nearly invisible braces
  • Dental Implants – permanent replacement for missing teeth
  • Sedation – to help relax during dental treatment
  • Flexible Dentures – a comfortable alternative to traditional dentures
  • Veneers – to improve the shape and colour of teeth
  • Teeth Whitening – to improve the appearance of your teeth

Please see on the following link for information on these treatments.

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