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Lets celebrate international Women’s day 2022

International Women’s day 8-3-22

This week it is all about the girls (don’t worry boys we still love you too). We are very proud to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Let’s begin by shouting about the fabulous ladies that help keep Boundary Implant Centre running.

We are very lucky to be supported by three staff members and our Practice Manager and former dental practice owner herself Claire Pearson.

 

Jodie-Newland Doyle heads up to the front of house for the surgery.  Often it is said that the dentist is the most important part of the team and whilst of course this is true, the first person a patient will see and speak to is one of the reception team. So this is a vital role and one which is not easily taken on.

You must be confident, relaxed, strong, polite, and above all have a warm nature. When a patient calls or comes in they need to be able to pick up on a kind, warm tone in your voice and manner.

We are very lucky to have Jodie, she ticks all these boxes, and alongside this, she is a mum too. A wife to Beeny and ‘mum’ to her ‘fur-baby’ Marley.

We think this gives Jodie a big reason to be celebrated today and every day. Thank you Jodie for being so brilliant all around.

 

Catherine Rowland is our lead dental nurse.

Catherine came to see us back in 2019 when she was at a crossroads in her life feeling like she needed a new direction. From that day we knew she would be an asset to the team…she has not disappointed us on that at all.

Catherine needs extra recognition today of all days for taking on this challenge in her life. Training to be a dental nurse is not easy. It leads to a demanding profession if you do it to the max and she really does.

Catherine worked and studied at the same time and did her course in recorded time, very impressive…what makes this even more amazing is that she is a single mum to two girls. What a brilliant example she has set for her daughters?

Well done, Catherine.

 

Sonam Sakya is our second Dental Nurse.  Sonam has been with the practice since 2002 and until Covid hit, she had never taken time off sick! This may not seem like something that needs celebrating but…..in dentistry our patients rely on us and one of the things we do not like to have to do is cancel appointments.

So to have someone like Sonam who is so reliable is a real asset to our team.

Sonam is also a Mum to her daughter, she has raised her on her own. She is a credit to Sonam, she too has gone on to work hard and achieve a great career.

 

Well done Sonam for your continued hard work and for raising a daughter to do the very same as you.

 

Elpis Karta is Dr. Boji’s wife and a dental nurse.

Today we celebrate Elpis for supporting Dr. Boji in his move to the UK to set up Boundary Implant Centre. There is a lot of stress and pressure that goes on behind the scenes in running a dental practice, leaving your native country and setting up a new family life as well is not an easy one.

Dr Boji was often in the UK alone while Eplis was back-home looking after their two girls. This is not an easy task for sure.

Eplis also helps at the practice and continues to raise her daughters alongside supporting Dr Boji.

 

Well done, Elpis this is amazing……

 

Our last female at Boundary Implant Centre is Claire Pearson.

Claire is our practice Manager and as already mentioned, former practice-owner. Claire has been a dental nurse for 22 years. Having worked for 10 years as a full-time nurse, Claire wanted to move on and buy a surgery. In 2011 she left her full-time role to set about buying what was Boundary Dental Care(Now Boundary Implant Centre)

Although she had the full support of her Husband and dentist Alan, he did not join her at the surgery until 2013.

Claire had no previous business skills; she took it on and learned as she went. There really is a lot to know to run a dental practice properly and compliance is no easy task.

Claire ran the practice for 10 years before selling it to Dr Boji, alongside running another business.

Well done Claire this really is girl power…..

 

We do feel very blessed to have such amazing women to celebrate today.

 

This link takes you to an overview of the history of women in dentistry

The history and future of women in dentistry – FYI (fyi-online.com)

Other ladies to recognise

 

Vintage Photos of Suffragettes That Will Make You Want to Go and Vote

There are so many amazing women out there doing it for the girls all day every day, from full-time mums to running countries……. getting up every day and doing the do in any way is one to celebrate. ( sourced from google)

 

Dr. Emily Howard Stowe (May 1, 1831 – April 29, 1903) was the first female doctor…

Sheila Scott OBE (27 April 1922 – 20 October 1988), was an English aviator.

Anne Frank (1929 – 1945)

Queen Elizabeth I (1533 – 1603)

Malala Yousafzai (1997 – Present)

Amelia Earhart (1897 – 1939)

Emmeline Pankhurst ( 1858-1928)

First Lady Michelle Obama(1964)

Orpah Gail Winfrey (1954)

Karren Rita Brady, Baroness Brady( 1969)

Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern (1980)

This is to simply name a few…. we have so many women to be proud of, alongside also being very thankful for,  paving a way forwards for us to be able to roam free, work, vote and live the lives we all deserve.

Well done to all the amazing women out there, past, present and future.