Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Taradale Family Dental launches new website

A new website has been launched by local dental clinic Taradale Family Dental to provide information to locals who are in need of dental wellness. The website is online at: www.taradalefamilydental.co.nz.


With so many dental clinics now in the area offering similar services, Tracy & Mark Purkiss of Taradale Family Dental want to make the principles behind their dental practice clear to locals. “It is our aim to make your dental experience as gentle and painless as possible. We offer the highest levels of service to you and your family within our caring and friendly practice, and will always treat you as we would like to be treated ourselves.”


“We believe it is important to work with you offering options and choices, speaking in plain English, so that we can work together, providing you with the best possible dental treatment plan. We understand that some patients are apprehensive and we take the time to reassure and put our patients at ease, ensuring a positive experience” says Tracy & Mark Purkiss.


The website focuses on three main areas: dental services; one visit crowns & dental implants; and dental wellness.


Dental Services
Taradale Family Dental provides an extensive range of affordable and professional general and cosmetic dental services for the whole community - from children to the elderly. As well as regular dental checkups, the team offers a range of treatments from dental fillings, extractions and root canals through to orthodontics, teeth whitening and porcelain veneers to give you a whiter, brighter, healthier smile.


One Visit Crowns & Dental Implants
Using modern dental technology, Taradale Family Dental is one of the few clinics in the area offering One Visit Crowns so that patients can get affordable, natural looking, tooth coloured crowns done in just one appointment. They also offer natural looking dental implants that are designed to feel like your own teeth so you can enjoy longer lasting smiles and restore your confidence.


Dental Wellness
Good oral health is essential for your well-being so while regular visits to the dentist are important, the dentists at Taradale Family Dental also provide advice and top tips to help their patients practice good family dental care at home.


“From your initial contact with us through to your treatment, we will endeavour to make your patient journey a smooth one with minimum discomfort and maximum care” says Tracy


Taradale Family Dental treat patients from Napier, across Hawke's Bay and beyond.


For more information on Taradale Family Dental and the services it provides check out: www.taradalefamilydental.co.nz.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

TradeMe: Property Prices In Every Region Hit New High For The Very First Time

Property prices experienced their hottest month on record in December, with record highs in every region, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index.\ Trade Me Property spokesperson Logan Mudge said the property market ended the year with ... More>>

Motor Industry Association: 2020 New Vehicle Registrations Suffer From Covid-19

Chief Executive David Crawford says that like some other sectors of the New Zealand economy, the new vehicle sector suffered from a case of Covid-19. Confirmed figures for December 2020 show registrations of 8,383 were 25% ... More>>

CTU 2021 Work Life Survey: COVID And Bullying Hit Workplaces Hard, Huge Support For Increased Sick Leave

New data from the CTU’s annual work life survey shows a snapshot of working people’s experiences and outlook heading out of 2020 and into the new year. Concerningly 42% of respondents cite workplace bullying as an issue in their workplace - a number ... More>>

Smelter: Tiwai Deal Gives Time For Managed Transition

Today’s deal between Meridian and Rio Tinto for the Tiwai smelter to remain open another four years provides time for a managed transition for Southland. “The deal provides welcome certainty to the Southland community by protecting jobs and incomes as the region plans for the future. The Government is committed to working on a managed transition with the local community,” Grant Robertson said. More>>

ALSO:

University of Auckland: Pest-Free Goal Won’t Be Achieved Without New And Better Tools

New Zealand’s goal to become predator free by 2050 will remain an unrealised dream unless new technologies and advances in social engagement continue to be developed, researchers who first promoted it say. A team from the University of Auckland has ... More>>

OECD: Area Employment Rate Rose By 1.9 Percentage Points In The Third Quarter Of 2020

OECD area employment rate rose by 1.9 percentage points in the third quarter of 2020, but remained 2.5 percentage points below its pre-pandemic level The OECD area [1] employment rate – the share of the working-age population with jobs – rose ... More>>

Economy: Strong Job Ad Performance In Quarter Four

SEEK Quarterly Employment Report data shows a positive q/q performance with a 19% national growth in jobs advertised during Q4 2020, which includes October, November and December. Comparing quarter 4, 2020, with the same quarter in 2019 shows that job ad volumes are 7% lower...More>>

NIWA: 2020 - NZ’s 7th-warmest Year On Record

The nationwide average temperature for 2020, calculated using stations in NIWA’s seven-station temperature series which began in 1909, was 13.24°C (0.63°C above the 1981–2010 annual average). New Zealand’s hottest year on record remains 2016, when... More>>