Putting Smiles on Clients' Faces; Spotlight on the Oral Health Practice

Daily Post (Liverpool, England), June 26, 2008 | Go to article overview

Putting Smiles on Clients' Faces; Spotlight on the Oral Health Practice


THIS year marks a very special birthday for a busy south Liverpool dental practice, as 30 years ago this summer, Duthie, Wyatt and Duthie treated its first patient at its Woolton Road premises.

From day one, John Duthie aimed to create a family practice which offered high-quality care to local families and individuals.

Practice manager, Marie Duthie, said: "Continuity of care is very important to us, and patients see the dentist of their choice at every visit.

"We believe that patients like to see the same dentist often enough to recognise them - our ethos is to provide for our patients, the quality of care and attention we would expect for ourselves or a member of our family."

Today, the practice's vision is still to provide state-of-the-art dentistry with clinical excellence, at a price the patient can afford.

The practice believes that prevention is the cornerstone of good dentistry and your oral health is its top priority. To this end, there are three hygienists who will keep your mouth in tip-top condition and the practice is staffed by qualified dental nurses.

There are three full-time dentists at the practice, practice founder John Duthie, BDS MGDS RCS (England), is an international trainer in ceramic reconstruction, regularly training other dentists in the latest treatments and techniques.

John is also involved with the new Royal College of Surgeons' advanced certificate in aesthetic dentistry. …

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