Recent News

  • Dr Neil Martin has now joined our team

    Following Dr Karen Darby’s departure from the practice, Dr Neil Martin has now taken up the post and is busy introducing himself to his list of patients. Unfortunately Richard Fisher has now realised that when people talk about ‘the young looking Scottish dentist’ it no longer applies to him!

  • Welcome to Neil Martin BDS

    We are pleased to announce that Karen’s replacement is Neil Martin who will be starting at the beginning of December 2014. Neil’s arrival will not only double the male numbers in the practice, but also increase the number of scots by one! Neil qualified in 2009 in Dundee, and he joins us from a practice […]

  • Farewell to Karen

    After nearly five years at the practice, Karen Darby has decided to return south to her roots with her soon to be husband Leon. We wish her sincere best wishes for her future career in dentistry and for her marriage at the end of 2014. She has been hugely appreciated during her time in York by […]

  • Facial rejuvination treatments

    Dr Karen Darby has begun offering facial rejuvenation treatments in the practice following completion of her training. She will be offering non surgical, minimally invasive treatments to slow down the aging process and help improve confidence. We believe this compliments perfectly our cosmetic dental treatments and combines Karen’s thorough knowledge of facial anatomy with a trusted safe clean […]

  • Free WiFi introduced

    We are pleased to announce that we have had public Wi-Fi routers installed at both Dunnington and Strensall. This will enable us to offer free Wi-Fi for your convenience. The respective passwords to access the service are clearly displayed.

  • Cambodian Tooth Angel Project : Cheryl McBroom

    Cheryl McBroom our hygienist at Strensall reports on her latest  dental charity trip. Last November myself and eight other dental professionals went on a trip with Dentaid to Cambodia in South East Asia. Dentaid is one of the leading oral health charities in the world having supported 260 oral health programmes in 60 countries. On […]

  • Windsurfing in Morroco

    Some pics of Richard enjoying his favourite sport windsurfing  recently in Morroco. The location was Essaouira on the Atlantic coast.

  • Supersized drinks ban welcomed by dentists

    New York’s decision to ban supersized sugary drinks highlights the threat they can pose to your gums and teeth, warn experts. NYC sent a message to the world when its mayoral-appointed city health board voted 8-0  to ban sugary drinks of more than 16oz (one pint). The ban – proposed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in […]

  • Cambodia Tooth Angel Project

    In November 2012, our hygienist Cheryl Mcbroom will be embarking on a 3 week trip to cambodia with the dental charity Dentaid. She will be working with one-2-one Cambodia, dedicated to providing dental and medical care in slums, orphanages, prisons and poor rural communities. Dentaid has been working with one-2-one on several oral health programmes in Cambodia […]

  • Congratulations Karen Darby

    We are delighted to announce that Karen Darby has successfully completed the second and final part of her post graduate qualification MJDF. The Diploma of Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties is a new qualification developed jointly by the Faculty of General Dental Practice and the Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of […]