Charity Bike Ride for the NSPCC - Rutland Water- August 2013

On Thursday 2nd July 2015, Dr. Bhatt made a visit to one of the under 4's classes at the Daisy Chain Children's Nursery, the session provided wonderful opportunities for learning about the importance of oral health and maintaining a healthy diet.

The interactive session included fun games based around 'good' and 'bad' foods, followed by a 'how to brush your teeth' demonstration on the class mascot Smiley the Crocodile.

At the end of the session the children assisted Dr. Bhatt in a dental examination of Smiley.

Overall, an enjoyable experience for all involved and we would like to thank Daisy Chain Children's Nursery and their staff for inviting us in to spend the morning with the children and enabling us to share our knowledge in such an entertaining but yet informative way. And not to forget a special thanks to Smiley!

For more information on our educational sessions for children please contact Hayley on 0116 277 1654.


In The Community

At Blaby Dental, we are committed to contributing to the communities we work in and acting as a responsible, ethical and accountable practice. Many of our staff are dedicated to all sorts of wonderful causes and voluntary commitments, some of which are highlighted below:

In August 2013, the Blaby Dental team organised a 26 mile bike ride around Rutland Water to raise money for the NSPCC charity.  The team raised in excess of £500.

Daisy Chain Children's Nursery

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Peak District Hike 2012

'Our Space' appeal-

Raising money for teenagers and children being treated  for childhood cancers at Leicester Royal Infirmary

Five of the energetic Blaby Dental team hiked 20 miles over a weekend in the Peak District to raise money to help young cancer patients at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. The team managed to raise in excess of £800 towards the appeal thanks to so many of their wonderful supporters and this figure was matched by Blaby Dental Practice giving a grand total of over £1600 towards the construction of the new childrens ward at LRI.


The team's efforts had been published in the Leicester Mercury which can be found via the following link: Hike to help city hospital