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Leeds dental practice celebrates 25th anniversary with renovation and expansion
A dental practice in North Leeds is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a significant refurbishment and expansion.
King Lane Dental Care, based in Moortown, opened in 1990 as a two room practice and has since grown into the neighbouring shop with a decontamination room, expanded waiting area and two new treatment rooms.
Husband and wife team Dr Peter Fellerman and Dr Sarah Horton run the practice with staff including cosmetic dentist Dr Adam Glassford and renowned endodontist Maurice Levi along with long established associates Andrea Sellers and Bev Anderton.
Owner Peter, who has seen three generations of patients come through his doors, has witnessed dental trends changing dramatically over the past 25 years especially when it comes to braces.
He says: “Technology has moved on so much from the days of metal “train track” braces, which many will remember as an embarrassing yet necessary part of adolescence. However, we are now able to provide a clear brace which is proving incredibly popular with adults.”
To add to the 25th anniversary celebrations Peter has also been awarded a platinum provider status for clear brace manufacturer, Invisalign, meaning he has conducted hundreds of courses of treatment over the last 10 years.
The Invisalign clear brace technology is the celebrity treatment of choice with stars such as Justin Bieber and Khloe Kardashian opting for the discreet brace.
However with a manageable payment plan Peter is bringing the celebrity treatment to the people of Leeds and sees it as an essential service for his practice in the next 25 years.
“Invisalign is proving popular for brides to be, young professionals and we have clients in their fifties and sixties who delighted with the results as metal braces have always put them off.
“It’s never too late to improve your smile, something our clients in North Leeds are ‘embracing’. We really appreciate the support from our local community and look forward to the next 25 years.”