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  • Thank you for shopping ethically at Elgin Dental Care

    Thank you so much for supporting Red Tribe. We’re absolutely delighted to report that from November to Christmas jewellery sold at our practice has raised £500!

  • Keeping Kenya smiling!


    In October half term this year, a team of ten, headed by Mr Kamali and Mr Barrak visited the remote Olorte region of Kenya that Elgin Dental Care has supported for many years…

  • Elgin Dentalcare's Latest Charitable Donation…


    Mr Kamali was in Kenya again last week, on the latest of his annual trips to support the work of Starfish Clinic Project International and Red Tribe…

  • Mouth Cancer Action Month 2018 – November

    Mouth cancer is, as its name suggests, a serious condition that is sadly on the increase at a significant rate (31% over the last ten years). As with most cancers, the earlier it is caught, the better – 9 cases in 10 are successfully treated.

  • Mr. Kamali's done it!


    After a week of training and climbing, Mr Kamali reached the highest point in Europe on Thursday.

  • Charity update: Mr Kamal Kamali is climbing Mont Blanc for Starfish!


    Elgin Dental Care has been supporting the Starfish Clinic Project International and Red Tribe works in Olorte, Kenya for many years.

    We are pleased to announce two new strands of support in September 2018: a new donation of £2,500 from the practice to allow investment in specified areas of their work, and a more personal series of mountain climbs by Mr Kamal Kamali.

  • Get in shape for summer with a brighter, whiter smile!

    Elgin Dental Care is delighted to announce this year’s summer promotion…

  • Our response to single-use plastic…

    At Elgin Dental Care, we take the impact we have on the environment as seriously as we do our hygiene and infection control standards.

  • Fruit teas can wear away teeth

    A new study published in the British Dental Journal looked at the diets of 300 people suffering from tooth erosion. Sipping acidic drinks, such as fizzy drinks, is known to affect tooth enamel, but this latest study by King’s College London Dental Institute, has found that drinking fruit teas between meals, especially if they are held in the mouth before swallowing, increases the risk of tooth erosion.

  • Would you say you slept well?

    With an estimated 1.5 million* people in the UK suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (OSA), it is likely that at least a few of our patients’ health may be affected by this potentially serious breathing condition, so we wanted to make you aware of how we can help.

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