It has been a while since we posted anything but as you all know life is busy and we have been extremely busy here at Your Perfect Smile Dental Clinic.
Back in April we invited to out Team Suzie. So next few months were very busy helping her out to learn new skills and fit well into a team. In June she has completed her Dental Nurse Induction training at Inverness Health Centre and is now waiting for her SVQ in Dental Nursing to start in a next few months. In the meantime she is learning lots of new things “in house” and most of you have seen her in action already.
Beginning of the year have seen us all getting ready for new GDPR regulation coming live in May. To ensure your details are safe and safely stored we have tighten our security protocols and got additional training to make sure we follow the most up to date advice. So please bear with us asking extra question when you make appointment over the phone as we need to be able to confirm your identity. For the same reason our emails might come across a bit plain as we will try to answer your questions or notify you about something without being too specific. However when you are in for your appointment we can do in as much details as you wish.
April was a busy month with education. Dr Simon Milbauer attended ITI UK & Ireland Dental Implant Conference in London to make sure that all of you have access to the same dental implant treatment as Londoners . However Dr Agnieszka did not stay behind and in May jetted off to London to work on creative makeover skills. We have already seen the skills coming int life with amazing results. Just look at our dental nurse Alex’s teeth. She loves them .
But that’s not all as next we were off to Birmingham Dental Conference to bring even more ideas to the Clinic.
One of the novelties we brought back was 6 different flavours of toothpaste:
- Grapefruit & bergamot
- peach & apricot
- gin tonic &persimmon
- blackberry & liquorice
- apple & aloe
We also introduced new apple flavour toothpaste for kids who really struggle with mint in their toothpaste.