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Demand for One-Stop-Shop Dental Services Causes The Dentists Melbourne to Expand Their Team
Date:12/8/2012

ent other treatments as well.

The Dentists Melbourne now has three dentists to ensure all aspects of general dentistry, orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry are catered for. In addition, there is as a periodontal specialist and two oral health therapists, which further expands the clinic’s services into oral health care and children’s dentistry. “With all these services combined, and with the latest equipment as well as an onsite lab,” Madeleine goes on to say, “it makes it easy for our patients to have a majority of their treatment completed right here in one place. And with the whole of the team being involved in the process, we’re able to achieve the best possible result.”

The Dentists Melbourne’s response to client demands has also come just in time. Madeleine expresses that during summer and the spring races, the demand for dental services always increase, “it’s great to have such a talented group, they’re all ready to put that perfect smile back onto our patients’ faces.”

“Come in and have all your dental concerns addressed before Christmas,” Madeleine adds, “we’ll be closed from Monday 24th December until Wednesday 9th January.”

To book an appointment with The Dentists Melbourne, ring (03) 9826-9511 or visit http://www.thedentists.com.au/contact-us/ for more information.

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Whether you’re looking for pain relief, a brighter smile, or a thorough examination – you can trust in The Dentists. They recognise the diverse needs of their clients and pride themselves on their vast array of treatment procedures. They’ll listen to your hopes for dental health and then explain the t
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