Tuesday April 7, 2020

Dentistry practice takes a sensitive approach

When Dr Niall Sharkey was first informed that he had won the Most Sensitive Dentist of the Year award for 2008, he thought it was a joke.

14th February, 2009

Sharkey had only set up his own dental practice in March last year, so being recognised for putting patients at ease was a major boost.’ ‘It’s a new practice, so obviously I don’t have the established patient base that most practices would have,” said Sharkey.’ ‘Sowhile I took part in the competition, I didn’t think it was very likely that I would win it.”...

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