Edition 1505
15 December 2018
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Dentistry Today

by Advertiser, in Profiles · 22-02-2018 14:40:00 · 0 Comments

Dental surgery, like other medical specialities, has seen some major advances over the last few decades. This is not only due to technological innovation; a greater public awareness of the importance of oral care and the possibilities of treatments have created an increased demand, both in volume and quality.

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Television publicity for oral hygiene products and internet vulgarisation of sophisticated procedures such as implants, veneers and ‘invisible’ orthodontics have resulted in informed and exigent dental consumers. This in turn raises the bar for practitioners who are required to continually update their skills by postgraduate training and investment in new material and technologies.
For Dr Francis Haley, a British-trained dentist working in Cascais since 2003, the continual evolution of the dental profession is an important feature of daily practice. A wide variety of assistance is available to inform practitioners of recent developments: on-line articles and video tutorials, congresses and evening conferences, visits from suppliers and medical representatives as well as professional journals. New techniques frequently require new instrumentation- over the past few years Dr Haley has been perfecting skills using optical magnification, loupes or an operating microscope, for greater precision. Last year, he participated in a course on micro-surgical procedures organised by a group of Portugal’s top specialists in the field.
Dr. Haley’s office is centrally located near the ‘mercado’ and Cascais train station. His principal concern, as a general practice dentist, is preventive therapy - routine check-ups, prophylaxis and encouraging good hygiene, but the office is fully equipped with constantly updated material to provide the most appropriate treatment for each patient. In case of emergencies, telephone calls out of office hours will be redirected to the mobile phone of a staff member who will arrange an appointment as soon as possible.

For more information, Tel: 214863012 or visit: http://clinic.cdhaley.pt

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