Wanneroo dentist flashes a grin in celebration of 25th anniversary

Cheryl Shannon (practice manager),dentist Ravi Sandhu and secretary Pagi Sandhu. Picture: Martin Kennealey
 Clients Iqbir Kaur,Pame Kaur,Brenda Ellis,Geoff Bottomley,practice manager Cheryl Shannon,dentist Ravi Sandhu,client Stephanie Stratton and secretary Pagi Sandhu. Picture: Martin Kennealey
Cheryl Shannon (practice manager),dentist Ravi Sandhu and secretary Pagi Sandhu. Picture: Martin Kennealey Clients Iqbir Kaur,Pame Kaur,Brenda Ellis,Geoff Bottomley,practice manager Cheryl Shannon,dentist Ravi Sandhu,client Stephanie Stratton and secretary Pagi Sandhu. Picture: Martin Kennealey

RAVI Sandhu has reflected on the past 25 years while celebrating the milestone anniversary of his Timberlands Dental Clinic in Wanneroo.

“Twenty-five years ago, my father could see the potential of Wanneroo becoming a fast expanding suburb with an increasing demand for a range of services, including a dentist, to ensure healthy teeth and beautiful smiles,” Dr Sandhu said.

“With his support and encouragement, I opened this clinic.”

As well as thanking his father, he also thanked his patients.

“My biggest achievement in my practice is to see my young patients of 25 years ago now returning with their children for continued dental care,” he said.

“We all think we are responsible for our own success but I could not have managed a successful practice for 25 years without my patients, staff and family.”

He also thanked his “wonderful practice manager and friend Cheryl”, his wife Pagi, his children and extended family.

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