Greenland Dental Blog

Merry Christmas from Greenland Dental

December 22, 2017

Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.


Our practice will be closed for the public holidays only. We will be open on Wednesday 27th December, Thursday 28th December and Friday 29th December. Please call early in the day to arrange appointments as we may close early during this period depending on our schedule.

We too are looking forward to eating lots of delicious foods and drinks this Christmas. Take care when eating hard lollies, nuts and pork crackle as these foods commonly break teeth. Just a reminder that it is best to limit the time that acidic or sugary foods/drinks are on your teeth. That means it is better to indulge in one sitting followed by a glass of water, instead of snacking or sipping continually throughout the day.


We have held time in our schedule in case you do run into trouble with your teeth over the long weekend. Please call us early in the morning on Wednesday so we can make sure you are seen as a priority.


To book an appointment online click here or call us on 0754954266.



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