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VERMILION TO DEBUT IN KELSO

Vermilion has been granted planning consent to create a specialist referral branch in the Scottish Borders. The proposed clinic is a new-build on the Pinnaclehill Industrial Estate in Kelso. Slated to open in summer 2017, the 250 square metre clinic will feature three fully-equipped surgeries with relaxing views of the rolling fields, a denture laboratory, local decontamination unit, cutting-edge X-ray technology, a bright and welcoming reception area and staff quarters. The site will include ample parking space for patients, assuring ease of accessibility.

The clinic will operate solely on a referral-only basis inviting complex cases from general dental practitioners based in the Scottish Borders and Northumberland.

Vermilion wishes to thank its valued referrers in the Scottish Borders who have supported these plans and provided much encouragement during the application process!

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“MEET TOM” – VERMILION’S NEW ORTHODONTIST

We are delighted to welcome Dr Tom Nasiopoulos DDS MDSc PhD, registered specialist in orthodontics to the Vermilion team!
Dr Nasiopoulos is a vastly experienced orthodontist with an infectious enthusiasm for his speciality. He has a particular interest in treating adult patients using clear braces and aligners. He will treat patients using the latest techniques, in particular digital impressions and case planning using the Trioss intra-oral scanner. Dr Nasiopoulos has been an Invisalign user and teacher since 2003, and is keen to work with general dental practitioners in Edinburgh to support their own orthodontic caseload.

Tom is keen to establish a study club for GDPs who are active with orthodontics, with a programme of verifiable CPD throughout the year. Our vision is that Tom provides mentorship and support for ortho-active dentists who would value support with treatment planning: a service which vets their cases and enables them to tackle appropriate ones within their competency, and the others they refer to Tom for specialist treatment.

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