Early bird looms for Dentistry Awards

Dentists and their teams have less than one month to take advantage of cut-price entry into the acclaimed Dentistry Awards.

Early bird entrants pay just £35 plus VAT per category to enter, provided they register their entry to the UK’s biggest dental awards ceremony by 1 July.

Any practices or individuals registering their entry after this date will pay the usual price – which is still just £50 plus VAT per category.

Entry itself could not be more simple; visit the website at www.dentistry.co.uk/awards or call us on 01923 851739.

Then, put together a winning entry – tell us exactly why you deserve to win. The deadline for all entries is 9 September.

The Dentistry Awards split the UK into nine regions in order to recognise the efforts of dentists and their teams across the country.

This year’s awards will see a new category added to the old favourites (Best Young Dentist, Best Team, and Best Practice) – Best DCP.

The Best DCP Award acknowledges the essential role that dental professionals other than dentists play in delivering quality dental care.

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The most impressive entries from each overall category will earn the coveted title of best in the UK.

Alongside the regional categories are our website awards – which go to Best Website, Best New Website, and Best Specialist Referral – and the UK-wide Outstanding Achievement Award, picked up by such dental luminaries as Eddie Crouch and Edward Lynch in previous years.

Do you know someone who deserves that accolade?

The winners will be unveiled at the black tie award ceremony in Leicester’s Athena venue on 2 December.

A stunning art deco venue in the heart of England, it provides a perfect backdrop to the celebrations.

With a celebrity compere, plenty of entertainment for the whole team, and dancing into the night, the Dentistry Awards are not to be missed.

Call us on 019236 851739 to register.



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