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Do you get confused over treatment choices? Especially when you have to consider an extraction or saving a tooth?

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Welcome to Thackeray Dental Care from our nursing team. :)
http://www.thackeraydentalcare.co.uk/
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The world of dentistry is a much nicer place than it was years ago. Many of us have memories of when we were children and it can still instill fear and anxiety now years later. Sadly, sometimes we are taught to be afraid by our parents and friends when really it’s totally unjustified.

Modern dentistry is full of caring individuals who want to help you. We want you to be comfortable and relaxed and we understand for some it can be quite unnerving. We also have to be patients sometimes!

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The bad breath bible. Does this affect you? Come along and get checked out.

http://www.thackeraydentalcare.co.uk

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We still have a few spaces left for our £25 New Patient Consultation offer with Richard and Julia on Tuesdays and Fridays in March so be quick before they all get snapped up! Gill is waiting for your call or you can message this page too.
Tel 01623 629359
http://www.thackeraydentalcare.co.uk/
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Do you worry about having dental care? Read Simon's latest blog for an understanding on why you needn't worry.

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Meet our super team lead by our Clinical Director Simon Thackeray.
http://www.thackeraydental.co.uk/about-a-mansfield-dentists-team/simon-thackeray/
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Every day, without realising, we’re all having too much added sugar. You’d be surprised at the amount of added sugar lurking in everyday food and drink - and it builds up quickly over the day.
This new app helps when you are shopping and is great fun with the kids. Why not try it this half term?
http://www.thackeraydentalcare.co.uk/

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Has your teenager been refused teeth straightening treatments under NHS and you would still like some advice?

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When should you start taking your child to the dentist? Can it ever be too early?
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