All smiles for Merseyside cosmetic dentist

A Merseyside cosmetic dental practice which has more than doubled in size this year is in the running for three national industry awards.

A Merseyside cosmetic dental practice which has more than doubled in size this year is in the running for three national industry awards.

Saving Faces in Liverpool has been selected from more than 150 of the country’s top practices to be shortlisted for the prestigious Private Dentistry Awards 2010 in the Most Innovative Practice and Most Improved Practice categories, and is also a finalist in the Private Practice of the Year 2010 category.

The independent private dental practice has experienced a record year, doubling the size of its team and expanding into a new state-of-the-art 3,500 sq ft practice in Switch House, Netherton, more than twice the size of its former practice in Aintree, Liverpool.

Its founder and Principal Dr Anthony Coyne, a member of both The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the International Academy of Advanced Facial Aesthetics, attributes the firm’s success to its ongoing investment in dental innovation, staff training and commitment to giving patients a five-star service.

Waterloo-born Dr Coyne, who has trained with the very best at Harley Street in London, the BICON Dental Institute in Boston, USA, and the University of Cartagena in Columbia, said: “The Private Dentistry Awards are highly regarded and to reach the finals of even one category shows just how far we have come since starting the small practice in Aintree 14 years ago.

“In an increasingly competitive industry, it is vital to stand out from the crowd and over the past five years we have invested in every area, from clinical dentistry to world-class staff training and patient facilities, to create a fabulous innovative practice that delivers the highest quality of care for the people of Merseyside and increasingly beyond.”

The firm’s success is reflected in its fast growing client base, with Saving Faces typically welcoming between 70 - 80 new clients each month.

Dr Coyne, who has 25 years’ dentistry experience and has also lectured in the field of mini implant dentistry, puts increased demand in cosmetic dentistry in part down to popular television shows such as “10 Years Younger” and “Extreme Makeover”, which have made patients more aware of the pioneering dental treatments now available and the dramatic impact a new smile can have on a person’s overall appearance and feeling of wellbeing.

Remarkably it is the first time Saving Faces has ever entered an industry award.

The results of the Private Dentistry Awards 2010 will be announced at a prestigious ceremony in London on Friday November 5 2010.

Saving Faces delivers a wealth of cutting-edge treatments including Smile Makeovers, BICON dental implants, Enlighten Deep Bleaching™ system, Invisalign, Oral Surgery, Endodontics (otherwise referred to as root-canal treatment) Botox, Dermal Fillers and Modern Adult Orthodontics as well as top class Dental Hygiene Services for those who wish to keep a healthy mouth all year around. It even has staff specially trained in treating nervous patients.

For more information visit www.saving-faces.co.uk

For more information, images or interview opportunities please contact Emilie Bradshaw at Active Profile on 0151 601 8688 or email emilie.bradshaw@activeprofile.co.uk

The winners of the Private Dentistry Awards 2010 will be announced at a prestigious ceremony at the InterContinental London, Park Lane, London on Friday November 5 2010.  For more information about the awards visit www.privatedentistry.co.uk/

Saving Faces moved into new state-of-the-art premises in Switch House, Northern Perimeter Road, Netherton, Liverpool, L30 7PT, in February 2010.

Principal - Dr. Anthony Coyne, qualified as a Dental Surgeon in 1985 and spent the first five years of his career as a Surgeon Lieutenant Dentist with the Royal Navy.

Dr. Coyne opened Old Roan Dental Practice in 1996 and converted it to a private practice in 2001. The name was changed name to Saving Faces in 2005.

For full staff profiles visit www.saving-faces.co.uk/expert.htm 

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