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Going Digital

News | 5th March 2013

By signing up to our regular dental email list, you can discover the latest dentistry procedures and tips to maintain oral hygiene

I don’t want my inbox to overflow with unwanted spam! That’s often the first thought people conjure up in their head when they hear “join our email list”. However, this isn’t always the case. There are great digital communication services out there that can benefit your life – and receiving our regular dentistry email alerts is one of them!

Why should I sign up to your email list?
Our regular email alerts contains a wealth of useful information regarding everything dentistry. From information on the latest technology and available procedures to discovering new tips, you can rest assured knowing you’re kept up to date in the dental world.

What’s in it for me?
We aim to write engaging emails full of content that our customers are actually interested in and want to read. We want to share new dental tips so your straight smile and oral hygiene stay in optimum shape!

Agreement of practice
Nobody likes to receive spam emails; we certainly don’t! That’s why we’re committed to your best interest and promise not to overdo our communications with you.

We’ll only send you an email at reasonable intervals. For peace of mind, you can opt out of receiving our email newsletter at any time.

We also take your privacy very seriously and will never forward your details onto third parties.

Lastly, we’re always looking to improve our services and are more than happy to read your feedback.

Sign-up today!

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