Edinburgh Dentist Expands with Acquisition of Livingston Practice

Sunday, August 7, 2016 General News J E 4

EDINBURGH, Scotland, August 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

An Edinburgh dentist has expanded his central belt holdings with the purchase of a new practice in Livingston, after securing an £882k funding package from Bank of Scotland.

Dr Vineeth Balachandran has taken over the Bankton Dental Practice in Livingston after two years of successful business and growth at his Seven Hills Dental Practice in Edinburgh. The new, larger premises will increase his overall workforce across both locations from six to 16. Both practices had a combined patient list of over 11000.

A leading practitioner of implant dentistry, Dr Balachandran brings his expertise in the field to Bankton Dental in Livingston, where currently no other dentist offers the same range of complex implant procedures.

Bankton Dental is also one of the only practices in Scotland to house state of the art Biolase technology, which allows staff to carry out cutting edge laser treatments on patients, another major impetus for Dr Balachandran's purchase of the practice.

Dr Balachandran comments saying: "Expanding our business to Livingston was a natural step for us and the facilities and expert staff already in place at Bankton Dental made the decision even easier. I'm looking forward to continuing to grow the practice's reputation in the area as a provider of the highest quality dental care, as well as introducing new, innovative treatments and procedures to the community."

Both Bankton Dental and Seven Hills Dental accept NHS and private patients. Clients are given the choice between NHS and private treatments where available. Both practices are equipped for Dental Implant treatments and Dr Balachandran is available at both premises during the week. Other treatments available include Cosmetic orthodontic treatments, Dental Veneers and facial rejuvenation treatments.

SOURCE Seven Hills Dental Practice



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