February 18, 2015Welcome to our new website

We are delighted to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website.

For those of you who are visiting and may think you are at the wrong website, here is a preview of our old website;


Why have we changed?

We recently celebrated our 5 year anniversary and started thinking of ways to refresh the Practice. One of the areas that looked like it could do with a “fresh start” was our website.

After spending some time researching suitable Web Designers we met with Miles Gilmour from Carnoustie Creative.

A few hours were spent going over how we wanted the site to look.

The most important thing to us having a new design was that the site was pleasing to use, easy to get around and helpful in its format and design. We also wanted to ditch the outdated look of the old site and release something that’s just, well, fresh and friendly.

What we’ve changed – in a nutshell

  • Colour, format and simpler to browse
  • We’ve now got a ‘News’ area
  • Our facebook posts automatically update onto our website
  • New gallery – see what our practice looks like, inside and out
  • Staff gallery – see ‘who does what’

We hope you like the look of our new site and find it user-friendly.

If you have any suggestions or comments, please don’t hesitate in contacting us either by phoning us on 01382 736632, email or you can message us through our Facebook page.





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