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New Ash Green Newsletter

Welcome to the New Ash Green Dental  Centre newsletter. The aim of this newsletter is to keep our patients updated on the events and changes going on at our practice.

In this newsletter you will find details of this services that we offer.

In this newsletter we hope to present the friendly face of the practice to encourage you to come and visit us.

Those who have visited us will know we carried out a patient survey and we have a suggestion book for your comments in the waiting room,

Your requests

Clock on the wall:

We have now put a clock in the waiting room

Daily newspapers:

The Times paper is now available for you to read

Better Magazines:

We have altered all the magazines so men and women have a better selection.

Better Music or no music:

We have gentle music playing or no music playing at times


We have installed a drinks machine,  so if you are early or your dentist is running late you can relax have a drink and read the paper or magazines

BDA good practice member

We  are very proud of ourselves we have been awarded the British Dental Association good practice scheme. This is good for the staff and the practice, but also the patients. It shows that we work to a high standard and comply with all regulations and guidelines and has been externally verified

What’s the latest news at the practice We congratulate Jo on passing her Dental Nurses Exam in January.

All our Dental Nurses are now registered

Take a look at our new website.

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New Ash Green Dental Centre Summer 2010






TEL: 01474 873455


An invitations will be sent to all our Patients

Come and visit us and see what we can do for you


Invisalign is aesthetic orthodontics used to straighten crowded teeth.

Invisalign treatment consists of a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that you change every 2 weeks for the next set of aligners. Each aligner is individually manufactured for your teeth, and your teeth only. As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move little by little, week by week, until they straighten to the final position prescribed by your dentist. What’s more, a virtual 3D treatment plan shows the series of movement your teeth will go trough over the course of the treatment. This allows you to see upfront what your teeth are expected to look like at the end of treatment.

If you are ready for that smile contact the Practice and book a consultation appointment with either Dr Kate Winstone or Mrs Val Newell.


A Dental Implant is a titanium metal rod which is palced into the jaw bone. It is used to support one or more false teeth, the rod and false teeth are known as implants.

Implants are well established, tried and tested treatment. Over 95% of modern implants should last for many years with the right care.

If you are interested in Implants speak to your own Dentist you can advise you and take any appropriate x-rays for our Implantologist Dr Ross Cutts.


Wrinkle reduction and dermal filters

This practice can offer profes­sional consultations and treat­ments to reduce appearance of facial lines and wrinkles . If you are interested book an appoint­ment with Dr Kate Winstone

As skin ages, both naturally and because of other factors such as sun damage, smoking and poor diet, we lose collagen, fat and other natural moisturizing sub­stances from our skin. As this happens our skin becomes thin­ner and we start to see lines, wrinkles and folds developing. This is most noticeable on our faces. Trained Dentists are well placed to treat this since their expertise is inthe face and mouth.

Change of Practice Manager

Gay, who was our practice manager and has been with us for 20 years, moved to Cirencester in January to be with her family. We are sad to lose her and wish her all the best for the future.

We are now joined by Val as her replacement who some of you may have already met. She is not a local lady, but she is keen to be part of the community during the day and to get to know you all in time. She is married with no children and has been in Dentistry since 1974 as a dental nurse and moved into management in 1994

We must congratulate Susanne who passed her Dental Nurse exams in January

Gemma is back from maternity leave from having baby Albert and is in the practice 3days per week Emma has left to spend more time with her family

Christine our hygienist of 20 years is leaving to look after her elderly father. We wish her well for the future, and we welcome Sarah her replacement who lives in the village. Some of you may know her already