Dental care business acquires second practice
York’s Blossom Dental Care and Implant Studio is announcing a significant expansion of its business.
The move will broaden the clinic’s offering geographically, as well as introduce new facial aesthetic treatments.
James Harrison, owner and clinical director of Blossom Dental Care has acquired a second practice; Ropergate Dental Care and Implant Studio, in Pontefract.
The newly-opened sister practice will operate under its own sub-brand, but will offer the full range of dental services that the York clinic has built its reputation around.
It has undergone an extensive refurbishment, with the installation of ultra-modern dental equipment.
And it is staffed by a new team of dental experts – including dental associate Deksha Jaswal – who have been recruited to provide restorative and cosmetic dentistry services.
Blossom has also strengthened its core York team with the recruitment of a new associate dentist, Marco Gaias.
The move is in response to an increase in the demand for dental treatments at the clinic.
As York’s only Platinum provider of Invisalign, Blossom is already a leader in the field of cosmetic dentistry.
To complement this, it is now expanding its services to include state-of-the-art facial aesthetics treatments, headed by clinician, Mafalda Queiroz, who has more than 10-years of experience in her field.
Treatments will include facial fillers, and anti-wrinkle treatments and personalised skincare treatments provided by premium brand, Alumier MD.
Harrison said: “I am so pleased to be opening another dental practice and to be expanding the current service offering at Blossom.
“We have built a very strong client base in York and we can’t wait to replicate this success and deliver the highest standard of dentistry in the Ropergate practice.
“Myself and the team are excited to be bringing new services to market, and welcoming more patients to the Blossom family.
“We are looking forward to further investment in the next 12-months, a positive move in such a difficult economic climate.”