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Keep Smiling This Easter with Lancashire Dental

Easter at Lancashire Dental

Easter, with its range of sweet delights, is the perfect time to start paying more attention to your oral health and registering with Private dentist in Lancashire is a great place to start. For an extremely competitive price, we provide a detailed initial consultation including x-rays before creating a bespoke oral healthcare solution designed to give your teeth optimal function and aesthetic appearance. Lancashire Dental offer general and cosmetic dentistry across a network of clean, safe and accessible dental surgeries in Lancashire and a range of payment options is available including the Denplan Lancashire scheme.

Once you’re registered with Lancashire Dental, you will receive our Patient’s Welcome Pack, which details the many different aspects that surround our work. We’ll also ask you to complete a medical questionnaire to ensure that the most suitable treatment can be provided. Our highly-professional team of dentists, orthodontists, hygienists and dental nurses will provide you with the very highest level of care, offering sympathetic treatment and keeping you fully informed about every step of the process.

Everyone at Lancashire Dental would like to wish you a very Happy Easter and hope you enjoy a day of sweet indulgence. Don’t forget to brush, floss and chew sugar-free gum to keep you smiling right through the celebrations.

Here are some fun facts about Easter Eggs to finish with!

  • Papier-mache Easter eggs started being produced in England in the 18th century and then the first chocolate eggs appeared in the 19th century with the earliest ones being completely solid
  • Children in the UK receive an average of 8 easter eggs each(!)
  • Chocolate company Fry’s of Bristol produced the UK’s first Easter Egg in 1873

  • In a survey, 43% of children admitted to eating Easter Eggs before Easter Sunday

  • The average time that a child consumes their first official Easter Egg is 11am

  • Cadbury’s Creme Eggs are still the most popular with 1.5m produced every day

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