We really enjoyed promoting oral health and welcoming new patients at the Sharrow Vale Market. Feel free to pop in for a chat with our friendly team at the 10th December 2017 market day. We hope to see you there and you can check out our Christmas offers.
Introduce a friend as we are taking on new Practice plan and private patients. As a valued patient of Sharrow Vale Dental Care if you introduce a new patient and if they then join Practice plan you and your friend will both receive a £10 Marks & Spencer voucher when their first payment is processed.
We are excited to announce that Matthew Gamble is a new dentist to the team at Sharrow Vale Dental Care. Matthew graduated from Sheffield in 2011 and gained his Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2013.
Matthew has a special interest in treating anxious and phobic dental patients and has gained his Postgraduate Diploma in Conscious Sedation in Dentistry from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, this qualification is seen as the gold standard in conscious sedation training for dentists.
Galer had a little girl on the 27th March and is enjoying maternity leave for six months until October 2017. Ralph is delighted with his little sister Biba.
Whilst Galer is off your care will be covered by, Matthew Gamble BDS MJDF RCS (Eng) Dip Con Sed (Newc), a new dentist to the practice.
Galer is now qualified to carry out wrinkle reduction treatment using Botulinum toxin and to provide fillers. These are the two main categories of injectable agents in facial rejuvenation. The end result is an improved, fresher and more rested looking appearance that leaves you feeling happy and confident.
Richard Docker has been providing an excellent service for 20 years both within the NHS and Privately at Sharrow Vale Dental Care. In February Galer became the Principal and Richard decided to reduce his surgery time. As from October 2017 he will only be treating adult patients on a private basis. This will allow him to spend more clinical time with his patients and also to provide a continuity of care, especially for his longstanding patients. Children of his private patients will still be seen on the NHS.