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Introducing Dr Michael Hutchings, opening Saturdays!!

We are so excited to introduce our new dentist Dr Michael Hutchings who will be starting with us on Saturday the 14th of April!

He is a very welcome addition to our team and will be seeing patients until 8pm at night on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays... and all day on Saturdays!!!

He will be the first male dentist we have worked with in a while and we are excited to give our patients more gender variety!! He has moved to New Zealand from the United Kingdom where he studied his Bachelor of Dental Surgery at the University of Bristol graduating in 2013. He has a specific interest in the field of ...

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Re-Usable Straws to fight erosion....

Do you enjoy a hot or cold lemon water or apple cider vinegar in the morning? One of the latest trends in well-being, this health kick can play havoc with your teeth contributing to erosion and sensitivity.... To mitigate the risks we recommend drinking through a straw and what better way to help the environment than sourcing a re-usable one.... Avaliable to our patients in clinic now 034422711

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Saving the environment one cassette at a time!!!

We may just be being a little bit girly, but we are so excited about our new LMErgoSense dental instruments that come in a gorgeous range of colours!!! At Frankton Dental Health and Safety is one of our major priorities and it's a bonus to be able to update some of our instruments with something that looks trendy as well as being more ergonomic and safe for us to use!! 

We were delighted to source these LMServoMax Trays that are environmentally friendly and able to be recycled at the end of their lifespan. The cassettes organise and hold the instruments ...

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Wig Wednesday

What colour suits you!!? Celebrating Wig Wednesday and raising money for Child Cancer Society today at Frankton Dental... For more information and to make a donation go to www.wigwednesday.org.nz 

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"Girl Power in the Wakatipu"

A big shout out to Brandland for interviewing us for their article "Girl Power in the Wakatipu" in the May edition of "The Flyer". Sounds like we are keeping good company with a number of successful women led teams in the area... 

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