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Lumino The Dentists Celebrates Three Years

Lumino The Dentists Smile Studio Celebrates Three Years With National Dental Network

The Smile Studio in Orewa is enjoying a facelift, to celebrate its three year anniversary as part of the national Lumino The Dentists group. A new logo, colours, outside signage and a refreshed reception area are all part of the refurbishment.

‘We are very pleased with what has been done. It looks very smart,’ says lead dentist, Dr. Adam Doudney. ‘Getting the exterior Lumino The Dentists signage up is an appropriate way to celebrate the three successful years we have had with the dental group. It also confirms in everybody’s minds, that we are a committed part of the national network.’

‘It has been great to get the whole place freshened up. The last time it was fully repainted was 13 years ago, when the practice was first established, so it was looking a bit tired. Customers can now enjoy being in a bright, modern looking environment that matches the high level of service that they expect to receive from us.’

Smile Studio has also been updating its machinery and dental technology. The practice recently brought single-visit, CEREC dentistry to the Rodney District. The CEREC technology, which uses a variety of computer assisted technologies, enables a Smile Studio dentist to design, fabricate and fit a new crown, veneer, onlay or inlay in a single visit. The same procedures in the past would have taken multiple sittings with the patient.

‘According to our supplier, we have the only CEREC machine in Rodney,’ says Adam. ‘Refreshing the appearance of the practice and making these new dental technologies available is all part of keeping things as up-to-date as possible for our customers.’

For more information, visit www.lumino.co.nz

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