Carmarthen Mayor cuts ribbon at digital dental practice
A new state-of-the-art dental practice has opened its doors in the heart of Carmarthen. The non-NHS practice is offering a wide range of comprehensive services to patients throughout West Wales.
On Friday, January 28, Mayor Gareth John cut the ribbon to open the new practice in the centre of Carmarthen. Cllr John was joined by practice staff and professional rugby players; Zoe Aldcroft, World Rugby Women’s Player of the Year and Natasha “Mo” Hunt, double Olympian and world cup winner. Both Zoe and Mo play alongside practice owner Tim Lewis’ daughter, Bethan Lewis.
Managed by lead dentist, Dr Oliver Badham and practice manager, Erica Day, Carmarthen Dental Centre at 72 Water Street is a digital practice. Using the latest dentistry technology allows the practice to shorten treatment times and thoroughly evaluate patients’ needs.
With intraoral cameras and digital x-ray technology, they can provide detailed reviews, which can lead to early detection and treatment for problems before complications occur.
Carmarthen Dental Centre offer a full and extensive range of services to accommodate all your dental needs. Services include; non-mercury fillings, root treatments, dentures, advanced cosmetics including crown and bridgework, together with a special interest in dental implants, Invisalign, tooth whitening and facial aesthetics including non-surgical facelifts.
The Surgery is open from 9am – 5pm Monday to Friday with appointments available immediately.
If you would like to learn more about Carmarthen Dental Centre or get in touch with the team, please visit the website, follow on Facebook or give them a call:
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