Double award nomination delight for Oldham dental practice
Date published: 20 October 2020
Ascroft Medical will now have to wait until later in the year when they attend the two national virtual Dental Awards and Private Dental Awards events
Oldham-based Ascroft Medical has been chosen as finalists in not just one, but two categories in the Dental Awards 2020, as well as the completely separate Private Dental Awards 2020.
The two categories in both are ‘Best Practice’ and ‘Best Practice Manager/Principle’.
The heroes of oral hygiene will now have to wait until later in the year when they attend the two national virtual Dental Awards and Private Dental Awards events to find out if they are overall winners.
Senior Dentist and Director of Ascroft Medical, Dr Piotr Kieruzel, said: “We are delighted to be chosen as finalists.
"We are always keen to educate, motivate and communicate positive oral health messages about the importance of a healthy mouth and improve the quality of smiles for everyone.
"As directors we feel that Ascroft Medical being chosen as finalists is a credit to all the clinicians and staff alike as everyone works so hard to provide the best possible patient care and patient experience for all our patients.”
Practice Manager and Director of Ascroft Medical, Krzysztof Zemlik, added: “ Being chosen as finalists in these awards and categories is a great accolade for all our staff and clinicians at Ascroft Medical.
"We are a team and our team exists to promote, provide and protect oral health in all our patients.”
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