Smiles all round for Worcester dentist

Ramy Magdy is gearing up for expansion after acquiring Abbey Dental Practice in Pershore, Worcester. Royal Bank of Scotland funded this acquisition with a six figure funding package, which is already paving the way for two new recruits.

Ramy has gained associate experience in Somerset, Cheltenham and Birmingham after qualifying in 2005. His ambitious character has led him to take on the full ownership of this two surgery practice.

Abbey Dental is a private practice with a proportion of Denplan patients. As well as traditional dentistry, Ramy will specialise in tooth whitening, implants and smile makeovers. A hygienist will soon join the practice to assist with the prevention of gum disease and will shortly be joined by a trainee dentist to support the two existing receptionists/nurses.

The practice offers the potential to expand into the upstairs floor, which Ramy fully intends to utilise in the long term to extend the number of surgeries available. Changes he wishes to introduce over the next six months will include investing in a computer system to co-ordinate patient bookings online.

Ramy Magdy, owner of Abbey Dental Practice, said: “I was always driven to achieve ownership and with the support and guidance from Royal Bank of Scotland this was more than possible, alongside some self-funding. Abbey Dental felt right and it was an opportunity not to miss given its huge potential to extend over the top floor.

“For now, I’m looking forward to getting to know my patients and introducing more services so we can become a one stop shop for the Pershore community, assisting them with first class oral health care.”

Paul Belson, Relationship Manager at Royal Bank of Scotland, said: “Ramy is one of the most ambitious dentists I have worked with and he has all the attributes to make Abbey Dental a huge success. We wish him all the very best and look forward to working in partnership as he grows the business.”


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