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Champagne dinner in Brighton & Hove for launch of The Implant Centre surgery

PUBLISHED: 00:16 30 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:22 20 February 2013

Theatrical happenings in the vast basement

Theatrical happenings in the vast basement

The Implant Centre team launched their new flagship surgery in Brighton & Hove recently with a celebratory evening of champagne, dinner and surprise shenanigans.

The Implant Centre team launched their new flagship surgery in Brighton & Hove recently with a celebratory evening of champagne, dinner and surprise shenanigans.


More than 280 guests attended the official opening of the practice on Hoves prestigious Palmeira Square.


The vast basement of the building on Holland Road became the stage for some exciting and nerve-wracking immersive promenade theatre with guests becoming participants in an eerie murder mystery staged by the 368 Theatre Company.


The new premises incorporate spacious, light filled surgeries with glass atriums above, state of the art imaging facilities, ultra-modern sterilization areas and an on-site laboratory Designed and restored by local architect, Kevin Thornton of KTA Ltd in conjunction with the Powells Group and interior design by Brighton based Georgina Gibson, the result is a stunning restoration of this listed Regency building.


The Implant Centre specialises in placing dental implants and associated treatment as a permanent solution to missing teeth, failing bridges or uncomfortable dentures. It complements the Haywards Heath practice established over 5 years ago by Guy Barwell, Bill Schaeffer and Jonathan Murphy.


For more information visit www.theimplantcentre.com

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