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21
Nov
2017

Free Update Seminar on the Latest Techniques at OsteoCare HQ

 

Professor Amr Zahran is back in the UK and is keen to update all our existing users on the latest Techniques for Implant Placement.
Location: OsteoCare HQ, Colnbrook,
Date:30th November 6pm-9pm & 2nd December 2017, 9am- 12pm
Free for Existing Users
To book call 01753 770006 or email us on info@osteocare.uk.com

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20
Nov
2017

Dental Industry Awards 2017 - Finalists

 

OsteoCare attended the Dental Industry Awards 2017 at the Royal Garden Hotel Kensington, Friday 17th November. The evening was enjoyed by all. OsteoCare were finalist for Team of the Year and Customer Service Provider of the Year. Unfortunately we did not win but are extremely proud to have been selected as finalist and will continue to strive to be even better in 2018.

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16
Nov
2017

Dental Industry Awards 2017

 

We are delighted to be nominated for both Customer Service Provider of the Year and Team of the Year. The award ceremony will be taking place at the Royal Garden Hotel Kensington on 17th November, which we are very looking forward to attending – it should be a good night!!
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20
Oct
2017

Dr Martin Attariani climbs Mount Kilimanjaro for Bridge2Aid charity

 

Dr Martin Attariani, the clinical director of Orchid Dental Centre and Beauty Spa in Brackley, has trekked 5895m to the top of Kilimanjaro!
Well done Martin – a fantastic achievement for a very worthy cause!!
Dr Attariani has said: “More than 70% of the world’s population has no access to the most simple dental pain relief, leaving billions to face a daily battle with pain in the toughest of life circumstances. There is a desperate need to tackle oral disease, infection and chronic pain in communities throughout the developing world. This has inspired me to try in some small way to raise money and help the cause.”
Martin’s goal is to raise money for children and adults in need of emergency dental care. His target is £5895 which equates to the height of Kilimanjaro in metres. To date the total is £5692.90, so if anybody wishes to help him reach his target, please donate on his Just Giving page.
Martin's Pic (Latest news Mount Kili)