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Marc’s Latest Bio

by mortadm, on 27th March 2018 | 0 comments

Dr Marc Mortiboys Clinical Director/Owner, BDS (Guy’s) 1986 GDC registration number: 61939 Marc has been involved in Dentistry since 1982 and has been passionate about developing a more holistic/integrative approach to Dental Care ever since qualifying in 1987. His eclectic approach to dentistry is a culmination of personal experiences with

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Top tips for children

by mortadm, on 5th October 2016 | 0 comments

Start cleaning teeth as soon as they appear. It might seem crazy to be buying a toothbrush for a single tooth. Teeth can only cope with 3-4 sugar/acid onslaughts a day; so let them have sugary stuff with meals only. That means after school snacks need to be sugar- free.

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Macmillan coffee morning

by mortadm, on 1st October 2016 | 0 comments

A BIG thank you to our patients as we raised over £200 in our Macmillan coffee morning. The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan’s biggest fundraising event for people facing cancer. Last year Macmillan raised £25 million in support of Cancer research.

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Our 360 degree tour

by mortadm, on 1st September 2016 | 0 comments

Mortiboys are delighted to announce that our Virtual Practice Tour is now live. You can access the tour on our website or via this link: 360 Tour Hope you like it!

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Celebrating 15 Years!

by mortadm, on 19th May 2015 | 0 comments

Back in 1999, I had a hunch that the boarded up shops in Forest Road East Horsley could become my dream venue for a special way of delivering whole body dental care.

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Patient Testimonial

by mortadm, on 19th May 2015 | 0 comments

A patient of ours recently blogged about their treatment experience with Mortiboys Dental Spa.

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Mortiboys New Website Launch

by mortadm, on 12th May 2014 | 0 comments

Mortiboys Dental Spa are pleased to announce the launch of their new website!

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Snorers ‘have higher cancer risk’

by mortadm, on 7th June 2012 | 0 comments

“Snoring ‘can raise cancer risk five-fold’”, according to The Daily Telegraph. Its story reported that scientists believe low blood oxygen levels seen in some snorers may encourage the growth of tumours, and that stopping snoring could help people fight cancer. The news is based on a long-running US study that

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