End the year on a high. Join us for the ceremony itself at the beautiful Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire on the 15 November
The entries are coming in thick and fast for this year’s Dentistry Scotland Awards and once again we look forward to celebrating all that is great in dentistry, in true Scottish style!
The awards are continually reviewed by the judging panel and this year FMC have introduced 3 new categories to reflect growing advancements within the profession.
The new categories
Perhaps your practice aims to make the little ones visit to the dentist a walk in the park? If so, why not consider entering into ‘Best Child Dental Health Initiative’ and put forward your favourite projects or child oral health innovations.
Nervous patients are not uncommon and it can be a real challenge to calm phobic patients down. How does your team make this group of patient’s trip to the practice an absolute doddle? Enter the ‘Best Treatment of Nervous Patients’ and let the judges know about your schemes.
Every team is invaluable but occasionally there’s that one member who is a shining star. Who shows positivity and perseverance, humour and honesty. From receptionist to associate dentist, ‘The Most Outstanding Team Member’ category is open for all.
Choose as many categories as you like for just £60 + VAT
- Best Child Dental Health Initiative (NEW)
- Best Scheme for Treatment of Nervous Patients (NEW)
- Outstanding Team Member (NEW)
- Best New Practice
- Most Attractive Practice
- Best Dental Team (Regional)
- Best Patient Care (Regional)
- Best Specialist Practice
- Best Community or Charity Project
- Best Marketing
- Best Employer
- Best Dental Laboratory
- Best NHS Practice (Regional)
- Best Private Practice (Regional)
- Practice of the Year (Regional)
If you think you have what it takes to win a Dentistry Scotland Award call Leanna Ellis today on 01923 851735 to register. Your full entry only needs to be submitted before the closing deadline of 26 July 2013.
End the year on a high. Join us for the ceremony itself at the beautiful Gleneagles Hotel, Perthshire on the 15 November.