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The Latest News From The Priors Dental Practice

  • Jess Emms

    Keeping it in the family!

    Congratulations to Mark’s daughter Jess who recently passed her exams to become a fully qualified dentist. Jess now holds a BSc Honors and BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery.) Well done Jess from us all at the surgery!

  • The Pretty Muddy Run 2018

    The Priors staff get Pretty Muddy!

    Well done to our lovely staff members Debbie, Eliza and Laura who took part in The Pretty Muddy Run at Weston Park early May. The Pretty Muddy Run is held to raise money for Cancer Research UK and the team from the Priors raised a fabulous £400 collectively!    

  • National Smile Month 2018

    National Smile Month 2018

    Its National smile Month 14th May – 14th June! We always do our best to support people in achieving their best smile possible …particularly during national smile month! The Priors actively promotes the importance of a confident smile, so make sure you are sporting your most spectacular smile during your next visit to us! Ask […]

  • Well Done Eliza Hill!

    Well Done Eliza!!

    Congratulations to our lovely Eliza who is now a fully qualified dental nurse! Eliza joined us an apprentice dental nurse in 2016 and has recently passed all her training and qualifications. She is usually working alongside Dan, our Associate Dentist and is an asset to our team. Well done!

  • Adult Orthodontics in Stafford

    Let’s get one thing straight!

    For those who have undertaken Orthodontic tooth straightening treatment, we can’t stress enough the importance of wearing retainers. Retainers are a helpful, custom-made orthodontic device that prevent your teeth from reverting back to their original position. Occasionally, after the braces have been removed, the teeth can move slightly. To stop this and to let the teeth adjust fully to their new positions, it is […]

  • Help us to help Henry!

    Help us to help Henry!

    The Priors team would like to invite all our patients to join a campaign that’s very close to our hearts. Three-year-old Henry is the son of the lovely Kerrie Gibbs (one of our dental nurses) and suffers from cerebral palsy. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there is a life changing operation available called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR), where the nerve […]