Seasons Greetings from Chelwood Dental Care
Seasons Greetings from Chelwood Dental Care As 2021 comes to end, the team at Chelwood Dental Care would like to thank you for your support over the last year. We send you our best wishes for the festive period and wish you a happy new year! This year has been a huge challenge in many ways. We have had to adapt and change to be able to provide safe treatment for everyone, while still maintaining a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The whole team at Chelwood Dental Care have risen to this challenge spectacularly, and we rounded the year off by winning Dental Care Service of the Year at the Yorkshire Prestige Awards. This award is a huge honour and reflects of all our staff’s hard work and dedication. We would also like to thank all our patients who have taken time to leave us feedback. We are now one of the top-rated dental practices in North Leeds on Google with over 150 5-star reviews.
What’s new in 2022? 2022 will see the launch of our Facial Aesthetics clinic, providing anti-wrinkle injections (Botox) and dermal fillers. All treatments are carried out by our Principal Dentist, Debbie Bennett, who has received extensive further training in facial aesthetics, so you know you are in safe hands. Online booking is now available for private hygiene appointments, Facial Aesthetics consultations and Invisalign consultation. The link to the patient portal is available here and can also be found on our website. We hope that this will make booking appointments easier for those that want to use it. Of course, our friendly reception team are still there if you prefer to pick up the phone.
New Year, New Habits Is the New Year the reminder you need to get back into good habits? Brushing twice a day is important for your dental health, but cleaning between your teeth is just as important. Flossing or using interdental brushes removes plaque from between your teeth and below the gum line where your toothbrush cannot reach. This will significantly improve your gum health and prevent cavities developing between your teeth. Did you know there is a strong link between gum disease and heart disease? Cleaning between your teeth doesn’t just keep your mouth healthy, it can also reduce your risk of heart disease. If you are unsure of the best way to clean between your teeth, ask your dentist or hygienist at your next appointment.