We’re so excited to introduce the newest member of our team! Baby Harrison was born 23rd May at 19.14 weighing 8lb 13.
Big congratulations to Jo and her family ❤️
At this special time of year, we are thankful for many things, especially the gift of your friendship and loyalty. We thank you for providing us with the opportunity to care for you this year. We appreciate your trust and confidence in us and look forward to caring for you in the years to come. Our warmest wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.The Team at Llandudno Smiles
The practice will be closed between
Saturday 24th – Tuesday 27th
Re-opening as normal on
If you or your visitors need emergency treatment during the holiday period, after biting on a sixpence in the pudding, please call our reception on 01492 875979
We're very pleased to have welcomed a new member to our happy little team this week!
To keep up with the steady growth of our practice, Shirley has joined us on reception. She has lots of experience and will help ensure we can deal with all of your enquiries as quickly as possible. Pop in and say 'Hi' to our new team member :-)
National Smile Month is almost upon us. That makes it obligatory 😉
Are you happy with yours?
Give us a call and see how we can help. 01492 875979
We have spent a day examining 117 children from 3yrs old to17. 21 needed treatment. Sadly 28 children had had their healthy canine teeth unnecessarily removed by the " witch doctor" before they had grown into the mouth. This usually means " digging " the small partially formed tooth out of the gum with whatever is available.
We will be travelling close to the source of the Nile and camping on an island. From there we will be able to do some more community clinics.
Today was our first clinic day. We travelled with our bus full of equipment, 10 of us, and 4 Ugandan dentists, to a children's prison, where street kids are taken to if they try to steal food I. Kampala. Some of the children are ferrel, and don't behave well so getting them to comply with treatment was a hit and miss affair. We abandoned those who fought us. One boy had his injection but refused treatment afterwards. We saw 250 children, but only a few needed actual treatment. We have tons and tons of supplies and I was able to give 2 full suitcases to the clinic in Maya and Nzara, South Sudan.
A wonderful Belgian woman called Natalie opened this orphanage 2 years ago. She rescues children from the prison, and basically loves them back to health. She has 92 children there now, and 30 staff, all funded by donations. These boys loved the crayons and colouring books we gave. Each child has a sad story, like the boy who was not fed by his mum for a whole year, and the baby found in the road only 2 hours old...but all are well cared for now. The police recognise the good work she does and now bring an abandoned child to her rather than the prison.
Alison travelled to Uganda at the end of this week as part of a 7 strong surgical and dental team.
Everyone arrived safely, with one member of the team travelling from Australia.