After a rather damp May, it has been lovely to see some sunshine this month. The longest day of the year, blossoming flowers, alfresco dining without the need for umpteen layers of clothing, and of course the Euros (although we fully appreciate this is considered a massive negative for many!). We have thoroughly enjoyed hearing from our patients about reunions between family and friends as our pathway out of lockdown continues.
We understand that the easing of restrictions may make some of our patients a little anxious, so we want to reassure you that we are following the most stringent guidelines to protect you and our team. We perform twice-weekly lateral flow tests, have received our vaccinations, and wear enhanced personal protective equipment within the practice. If you would like more information on our procedures and protocols, please get in touch with us; we are always happy to talk to you and put your mind at ease.
JJ came to us when he was unhappy with his smile. Such a positive personality to have around the practice and a pleasure to treat. Have a listen to what he has to say about his experience with us.
Our team have been up to all sorts over the last month. Dentist, Paul has has slotted in to the EDS team seamlessly and is proving very popular with patients.
Rochelle and Iona celebrated their birthdays – Iona’s first in her new house.
It was a busy month for Aimee who not only celebrated her 21st birthday, but also became a fully qualified dental nurse after passing her exams. Well done, Aimee!
Dentist, Matt celebrated his 3 year anniversary as an EDS team member, although it does feel like he’s been here forever (in the best way).
Dental nurse and front of house extraordinaire, Zoe enjoyed her hen weekend ahead of her wedding this summer. Like many others, Zoe had to postpone her wedding due to the pandemic, so we are delighted for her that it’s looking like it will be “I do” for the happy couple at long last.
It’s really important to change your toothbrush or toothbrush head regularly. To be effective, toothbrushes should be changed every three months and always after illness.
Top tip – change your toothbrush when the seasons change. We’ll remind you again when Autumn arrives!
If you would like more information about our treatments or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us on 0131 2263725 or email [email protected]
All the best from the EDS teamBack to blog index