287 days ago

Courtenay Orthodontics and The Orthodontist are now one team

Courtenay Orthodontics

Courtenay Orthodontics has joined forces with The Orthodontist group – creating more opportunities for orthodontic patients to be seen across the greater Wellington region.

If you’re looking for specialist orthodontist care please get in touch to book in with one of our four specialist orthodontists: Darnell Rose, Bhavik Patel, Michael Taylor, and Divya Ramanan.

The group has practices in Courtenay Place, Lower Hutt, Johnsonville, Masterton, Carterton and Paraparaumu.

To schedule an appointment in Courtenay Place, Lower Hutt or Masterton with Darnell, Michael, Bhavik or Divya call us now on 04-385 7213 or info@courtenayorthodontics.co.nz.

To schedule an appointment in Johnsonville, Lower Hutt, Paraparaumu, or Carterton with Bhavik or Divya visit www.theorthodontist.co.nz....

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Poll: Should people coming into New Zealand pay for their isolation costs?

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Should people coming into New Zealand pay for their isolation costs?
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    63% Complete
  • 3.7% No: It's something the Government should pick up
    3.7% Complete
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    33.3% Complete
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Lorna Thornber Reporter from Stuff Travel

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