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Dental Office Lighting Market 2022

Dental Practice Lighting Market Research Overview The Global Dental Cabinet Lighting Market exhibits comprehensive information which is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists during the decade 2017-2027. Based on historical data, the Dental Cabinet Lighting market report…

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Proposed merger of three Middlesbrough dental practices onto one retail park site

Patients may have to go to a business park if a proposed merger of three dental practices is approved.

{my} dentist is proposing to move its practices from Middlesbrough on Cargo Fleet Lane, Marton Road and Martonside Way to a new site in Cleveland Retail Park.

This may mean that patients who frequent the Martonside Way practice will have to travel three miles to reach the new premises.

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Those who usually attend their Cargo Fleet Lane and Marton Road practices should travel just over two miles.

{my} dentist reached out to patients at all three of their practices to ask for their thoughts on the proposal.

The distances between the cabinets and the proposed new site (marked)

They told them that it was not possible to improve access for more patients in the existing premises because they were “too big for their current buildings”.

The organization said the new site would offer patients a number of benefits, including extended opening hours for NHS and private patients.

They said the new premises would allow patients to access a wide range of NHS and private treatment by their team of clinicians under one roof.

Medical offices would be on the ground floor with access for wheelchairs and the disabled and there would be free parking on the retail park and bus stops located nearby.

They said existing dentists would move into the new practice, which would have state-of-the-art equipment and an improved waiting room and facilities.

A {my}dentist spokesperson said: “We contacted patients at our practices in Cargo Fleet Lane, Marton Road and Martonside Way this week to ask their views on a proposed merger with a new state-of-the-art practice. of technology.

“The proposed new practice, if approved by the NHS, will be located in Cleveland Retail Park and will offer greater accessibility, free parking, surgeries with the latest dental equipment and extended opening hours for the NHS and private treatments.

“This would represent an investment of over £1.2m by {my}dentist to improve patient access.

“We listen to our patients’ views before submitting our proposal to the NHS and will keep them informed of any changes.”

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Dental Washer/Washer Disinfector Market to Witness Significant Growth by 2028, with Key Players -Steelco SpA, Smeg Instruments, Steris, Miele, IC Medical GmbH, Getinge Infection Control, Franke M…

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Top dentist warns of hidden dangers of flying abroad for cosmetic dental work

A leading dentist has warned of the risks faced by thousands of Britons traveling abroad in search of a better smile.

Tens of thousands of British residents are flocking to hotspots such as Turkey, Hungary, Ukraine and Spain to get dental procedures at a fraction of the price it costs at home.

However, for many it can backfire, with a range of risks that could leave patients with crippling bills and substandard treatments.

Dr. Honar Shakir, from leading private dental practice Ban dental group, told the Daily Star: “Dental tourism has been on the rise for several years as UK patients believe they can perfect their smiles cheaply abroad.

Dr. Honar Shakir belongs to leading private dental company Banning Dental Group

“However, traveling for treatment carries a range of inherent risks, from a lack of regulation to sloppy procedures.

“Many clinics overseas don’t have to meet the same hygiene and training standards as we do in the UK, so you can’t always be sure you’re in safe hands.

“There may also be a lack of proper aftercare and adjustment, which is vital for major dental work, so you may not get the results promised. And the result might not last as long as expected.

“It can be tempting to let the cost of procedures like veneers or orthodontic work dictate where you choose to have them done, but that can end up being a false economy and an orthographic disaster for your teeth.”

Patient in a dentist's office
He says Britons could face crippling bills and substandard treatment abroad

Dental tourism is the term given to the practice of flying abroad for dental care, whether it is a routine job or a cosmetic procedure.

It has grown in popularity over the past decade – from 48,000 patients in 2014 to 144,000 in 2016 according to the latest figures.

Popular destinations for Britons are Turkey, Hungary, Spain, Greece, Ukraine and Slovakia.

Often patients will pay for a package that includes flights and accommodation as well as the procedure itself.

However, a lack of regulation and monitoring can leave patients with substandard work that they then have to have corrected at home, leading to spiraling bills and months of suffering.

Dr. Shakir said it was important to consider all factors when deciding where to get treatment, not just price.

He added: “Some people may think the cost of home dental work is too high and therefore they look for cheaper options.

“However, price shouldn’t be the only consideration when it comes to your health.

“Clinics in the UK must subscribe to the highest standards of hygiene and care, and the reason it might be cheaper to go overseas for treatment is that overseas clinics don’t necessarily have to meet the same standards.

“It’s important to do your research on who will be performing your treatment and weigh the possible benefits and risks to make sure you are completely comfortable with your decision. Some treatments need biological time to work, such as dental implants placed in the bone. Rushing such procedures during the holidays can lead to devastating health issues”

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