Vogue Dental Care launched its new service on Wednesday, September 17, three years after a flood nearly destroyed their business.
Over 50 patients, colleagues and suppliers joined principal Kalpesh Katechia and his team at the Crawley Green Road practice to celebrate the re-opening.
Guest of honour, Sue Pirks, from Luton charity GreenHouse Mentoring, cut the ribbon.
Dr Katechia said: “I am delighted finally to be able to launch our new practice. Three years ago when disaster struck, we did not know if this day would ever come but thanks to my fantastic team and our loyal patients we survived. We are really looking forward to providing these much sought after services to the people of Luton.”
The new Vogue Premium offers state of the art equipment with the team trained in the latest techniques in both cosmetic dentistry and facial aesthetics, new services include teeth straightening, whitening, botox and fillers.
Sue Pirks, manager of the charity, said: “We were delighted to be invited by Kalpesh to come to officially open Vogue Premium. We are a small charity so it is great to be able to raise our profile to help more and more young people. We wish Kalpesh and his team every success.”