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Here’s a lovely photo of our dental nurse Paige with partner Tom and their new arrival Ella Jay. What a beautiful and happy family!

We couldn’t resist sending a ‘dentistry’ related gift so we’ve sent them a Beatrix Potter ‘First Tooth’ box and a ‘First Curl’ box.


Yes we know its going to be a while before Ella gets teeth yet alone loses her first one, but we are all rather excited about the extended FHDC family! Purvi, Adrian, Rob & Kim all have young children and can remember this magical time when your first baby arrives. We wonder though come December if Paige will be looking forward to a few hours off at our Christmas meal? We hope so. it will be nice nice to hear all about Ella and see Paige again.

Whilst we are on the subject of babies…We often get asked by new parents when they should bring their children to the dentist for the first time? We always recommend as ‘soon a possible’. Children who are familiar with trips to the dentist with their parents are generally less likely to become phobic about dental care in the future. Babies are very welcome at FHDC and especially this cute little one!

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