Do you recognise our Christmas Tree Topper?!

December 8, 2016 by admin2
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It is beginning to feel a bit like Christmas at St Stephens Dental Practice!

The Christmas tree has gone up in the waiting room and the room has been decorated in a festive fashion.

The tree has traditional decorations along with a dental twist, festive toothpaste samples!

The naughty Christmas elf is abseiling across the room.

The antique dental chair and pedal drill have had a Christmas make over.

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And Martin the practice owner has changed jobs and taken on the role of the fairy on the Christmas tree!!

So if you need the festive confidence to smile please think of the team at St Stephens Dental Practice, we can put the smile on your face this Christmas.

And don’t forget if you fancy a whiter smile for this time of year or want to give a whiter smile as a gift please remember our seasonal reduction on tooth whitening from £300 to £249.


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    December 18, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    For what reason do we set up Christmas trees and give presents? Indeed I know it’s Jesus’ introduction to the world however how did a tree come into it and presents?

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    November 6, 2019 at 5:41 am

    The convention of utilizing Christmas tree toppers started in Germany during the 1800s. The Rauschgoldengel, or the shivered blessed messenger, was a gleaming brilliant foil heavenly attendant that got prevalent during this time. The appearance of enthusiastic accents in Great Britain inevitably observed banners, for example, the Union Jack, advancing toward the highest points of various Christmas trees

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