Thursday, 4 May 2017

MIDHS May Newsletter

MIDHS Monthly Newsletter

MIDHS New Addition!
Our Head Dental Nurse; Kadie is exited to announce she's having a baby boy! Due September 2017.

Our Team is going to
The Dentistry Show is shaping up to be yet another unmissable event, with an expected figure of 12,000 visitors offering diverse learning opportunities for all members of the dental team and an outstanding line-up of internationally renowned speakers, TWO of which WE have sponsored to speak about our unique Vision Interdental Brushes.
The team will get the chance to network with other dental professionals; sit in on tailored, high quality and cutting edge education programmes as well work on the Vision stand alongside 8,000 other exhibiting dental professionals from across the UK, teaching exhibitors about our distinctive and effective interdental brushes and explaining why they differ from EVERY other brand.

Smile Month
The aim of National Smile Month is to ultimately improve the UK’s oral health. Organised by oral health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, the campaign hopes to raise awareness of important health issues, and make a positive difference to the oral health of millions.
With the help and enthusiasm of those who are passionate about health and wellbeing, National Smile Month 2017 hopes to see thousands of events and activities up and down the UK educate and engage local communities about the importance of a healthy mouth.

Get The Daily Mail Newspaper This Month!
Our specially designed Vision Perio Interdental brushes will have a Special Feature in the national press this month. Keep an eye out for us in The Daily Mail. There will be special offers including a TWO FOR ONE discount, as well as information on why our interdental brushes differ significantly from other brands and how they can help improve your oral hygiene in a matter of days!




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