New dental spa to offer innovative treatment
A NEW dental practice in Weston is promising to leave patients with smiles on their faces when it opens next month.
Dental Spa 25 will be opening on The Boulevard on March 1, and dentist Dr Gloria Mabasa says it will offer a range of innovative treatments.
As well as offering dental hygiene and surgery, the new clinic will offer a range of treatments and therapies not normally associated with a dentist’s.
The five-room surgery, situated next to Bottelino’s Italian Restaurant, will offer reflexology, acupuncture, a chiropractor, a chiropodist and a hairdresser on certain days of the week.
Dr Mabasa also hopes to offer specialised beauty treatments including the tattooing of semi-permanent make-up and eyelash extensions, and says she is hopeful a new specialist will be ready to offer such treatments for when it opens.
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Dr Mabasa originally qualified as a dentist in Pretoria, South Africa in 1997. She undertook work in Mpumalanga province in the country until she moved to the United Kingdom.
She has worked at the Hillhouse Dental Surgery in Weston for the past 10 years.
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She said: “I love dentistry, and I have treated a lot of people for painful conditions in my years of working.
“I want to be able to offer people preventative treatment, so they can hopefully go without the pain, and then restorative work for those who have had treatment, to restore their smiles.
“At the dental spa we want to offer innovative treatments, and something different to what people usually expect at a dentist’s surgery.
“I am also happy to offer free advice, you don’t have to be a registered patient just to ask for a bit of advice.”
She will be working alongside practice manager Joanna Smith, who has more than 10 years of experience working for the North Somerset Primary Care Trust and the NHS.