In this day and age when people want more and they want it immediately, Dr. Leslie A. Elston, a new to Windham dentist, gives the public what they want. In an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, May 30, the public was invited in to see the “state of the art” facility.
What was once a “garage-like interior,” has been transformed into an office with the patient’s comfort in mind. They make many dental products right on site making them faster and more efficient.
Dr. Elston does paraffin wax hand dips and offers patients MP3 movie glasses during their treatment.
“We try to be fun with competitive pricing,” Elston said. “I love what I do. It’s kind of like coming home.”
The company has recently started accepting Delta Dental insurance and also has a care credit program.
Attending the ribbon-cutting, L to R: Chamber Executive Director Aimee Senatore; Dwayne Harris, Blossoms of Windham; Iva Carroll, Norway Savings Bank; Cheryle Nielsen-Pesce, Bonney Staffing Ctr.; Leeann Sanborn and Susan Pope, Key Bank; Al Brown, Buck’s Naked Barbecue; Kim Newton, Dr. Elston’s Bridgton Office Manager; Ed Powell, Peoples United Bank; Jessica Grover, Dr. Elston’s Assistant; Dr. Leslie Elston; Heather Linnie, Dr. Elston’s Hygienist; Alex Elston, Windham Office Manager; Tom Bartell, Windham Economic Development; Chamber President Dan Hancock, Gorham Savings Bank; Heather Adams, Cross Insurance; Mary Sawyer, Gowen, Sawyer & Co.; Julie Arsenault, WGME-TV 13.