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We are delighted to announce a new member of our clinical team, Dental Hygienist, Samuel (Sam) McHale.

Demand for dental Hygiene Services has increased significantly over the last year at the practice with the majority of patients opting for these services to maintain their oral health and help prevent the need for restorative dental treatment. Sam joins Becky within our team to enable us to offer more appointments over increased days.

Sam graduated from the University of Manchester with a BSc degree in Oral Health Science in 2016. Alongside this, Sam is a member of the British Society of Dental Hygienists & Therapists which commits to continuous learning via journals and conferences.

In addition to ‘cleaning & polishing’ Sam can also provide Teeth Stain Removal, teeth whitening, Gum Disease Treatment and Bad Breath Treatment.

Sam said, “I feel I am a motivated and determined individual and I am looking forward to joining the amazing team at FHDC to provide the best possible care to the patients of Leeds.”

Sam joins FHDC on Friday 22 September. To book an appointment please use our Contact page.

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