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Meet “The Molars” at Trinity Walk, Wakefield

Date: 10 August 2018 Category: , ,

Meet “The Molars” at Trinity Walk, Wakefield

The team at Centre for Dentistry (CFD), the dental practice inside Sainsbury’s Lower Trinity Walk, are campaigning for #NoMoreDentalFear. Mr and Mrs Molar are joining them for a fun-filled day on Friday 31st August and everybody is invited.

Whether it’s been five months or five years since your last visit to the dentist, Centre for Dentistry understands the importance of maintaining excellent oral hygiene and regular trips to the dentist. People might not want to go to the dentist due to fear; lack of parking; getting time off work or cost.

At CFD, the team are doing their utmost to eliminate these barriers and make it easier and more convenient than ever to book an appointment with your dentist.

Centre for Dentistry is open late nights and Saturdays, so you don’t have to take time off work or the kids out of school, and the location inside your local Sainsbury’s means parking is not a problem. Centre for Dentistry also understand that patients may be anxious – over half of the population has a fear of the dentist. The company also have partnered with Anxiety UK to raise awareness of dental phobia and create a guide giving helpful hints and tips on how to feel calmer when coming to the dentist. All of the practice staff are friendly and caring, to help you feel at ease throughout your appointment. Visiting the practice for a look around to get used to the staff and surroundings before an appointment should help anyone who is anxious to familiarise themselves with the environment and feel more relaxed.

Centre for Dentistry are firmly focused on preventative dentistry to support the aim of keeping people in good health for as long as possible. CFD are also committed to making routine dental appointments, and maintaining good oral health part of everyday life for all ages.

That’s why the CFD Wakefield team (with help from Mr and Mrs Molar) will be out in Trinity Walk giving people oral hygiene advice and welcoming new patients. Pick up some samples, snap a selfie with “The Molars” and have a chat with the nurses as they pass on tips for great oral health.

Parents are invited to bring their children to the free event to introduce and encourage regular contact with a dentist from an early age. Attendees can register with the practice and book their first regular dental examination, something that they may have put off beforehand. Centre for Dentistry cater to all ages and provide many different types of dental treatment so there is something for everyone who may attend this event. You can also chat to the team about dental anxiety and they’ll be able to provide advice on how to overcome your fear of the dentist. There is a free guide about dental anxiety and overcoming your dental fear, created in partnership with Anxiety UK, which will also be available to pick up on the day.

Ellie Garner, Patient Care Coordinator at Centre for Dentistry Wakefield said:

“We’re delighted to be bringing Centre for Dentistry out of the practice and into Trinity Walk to help people with any oral hygiene questions and to have fun at the same time! We also hope that we help to make people less anxious of coming to the dentist by meeting all the team. If we get just one person who’s nervous of the dentist to book their first appointment – the event would be a success.”

As this event is located within Trinity Walk it is easily accessible with links to all public transport services as well as a large amount of parking available. Trinity Walk is located within the centre of Wakefield and is home to a large number of popular shops giving those attending this event a chance to do their shopping at the same time. The Centre for Dentistry practice is located within the large Sainsbury’s store of Trinity Walk, and we are able to validate parking for 2 hours.

For more information about this free event, or about Centre for Dentistry, please call 01924 638002 or email wakefield@centrefordentistry.com.