A Stonehaven dental practise has beenrecognised for it’s good practice.
Arduthie Dental Practice in Stonehaven has been recognised by the British Dental Association (BDA) as committed to good practice and has joined its Good Practice Scheme. This means that the practice meets nationally recognised standards in order to provide the best possible care for its patients.
For the last 12 months, the team at Arduthie Dental Practice has been working hard to comply with the 100 requirements of the Scheme.
Pracitce manager, Susan Adams, said: “It has been quite a lot of hard work but everyone has relished the opportunity to show their committment to patient care and we really do feel that we have improved our service to patients”.
A patient of the practice, Mrs. McArthur, said that she had been going to the practice for a number of years and always found the service provided was excellent. She said: “As a nervous patient it was great to find a practice that made me feel comfortable having treatment. I can even laugh in the dentists chair now. I am not surprised they’ve won this award. Every time I come in the place is spotless and everyone is so happy at their work.”
Kenny Jones, the practice owner, said, “We involve all our patients in their treatment right from the start. We discuss the options available and give them all the help they need to make an informed, affordable choice. They then receive a written outline of this treatment, how many appointments they need and what it will cost. “