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£320,000 Investment for North Wales Dental Practice


Service with a smile is something Eirlys Dental Practice aims to deliver after a £320,000 investment supported by Barclays to open a new dental practice at Bridge Street, Dolgellau.

The practice has already registered 3,000 patients creating 8 new jobs qualified and operates both a private and NHS dental service operation to ensure all members of the community have access to the highest standards of dental care.

Dr. Mostafa Hassaan, owner of Eirlys Dental Practice said:

“The opportunity to really make a difference drove my desire to relocate to North Wales where patients have not had access to an NHS dentist for over 2 years. We are committed to providing the highest standards of clinical care and patient experience each and every day within the practice.”

Peter Jones, Barclays Business Manager said:

“Barclays is committed to using our industry expertise and specialists to support such propositions, which are vital to a prosperous economy. By really understanding the business Barclays has been able to provide finance to support this fantastic venture which will provide real benefits to the local community.

The business has already created 8 new jobs and already has plans to add another 2 dentists and additional nurses by the end of the year to meet demand”

Dr. Mostafa Hassaan continues:

“The future looks bright as we expand the practice to meet growing demand for dental services to this area which has been under represented for many years. The breadth of regulation currently affecting the industry will mean that many existing practices will struggle to comply. We are well positioned to embrace the regulations and work to improve the standards of the service we provide across the practice.

“We specifically targeted this area to solve the dental services shortage and the response has been incredible from the local community. We also operate from the former county hall and magistrates court which has been vacate for over 2 years bringing a piece of local heritage back to life and once again serving the local community.”