Leading North Wales dental business sold to Anglesey Dentist

Deintyddfa Penlan Dental Care  has been acquired for an undisclosed sum by Elsbeth Iorwerth. Elsbeth, a Welsh speaker and farmers daughter from Anglesey is a graduate of Cardiff Dental School. Post qualification she initially practiced in Swansea before heading back home to North Wales a few years ago to practice and start a family with her husband Hywel, at their home in Caernarfon.

Deintyddfa Penlan Dental Care was established by Eleri Griffith in 1995. Eleri also qualified from Cardiff Dental School. and Post qualification she practiced as a Dentist in Bangor. In 1995 she established a new private practice in Pwllheli and in 2004 Dr Griffith acquired the freehold, assets and goodwill of Penlan Dental Practice and following a refurbishment project both practices were merged and integrated as one comprehensive  practice – Penlan Dental

Said Hywel Loveluck of ProPractices Advisory Ltd,

“Both Owen Sennitt and myself are delighted that our researched-based approach was able to identify and match Elsbeth as a potential puchaser for Penlan. As Eleri and Elsbeth have now succesfully completed the deal, I am sure the patients will be equally delighted with the care they will receive from Elsbeth and indeed Eleri, as part of a planned transition process.”

The transaction was managed and effected on behalf of the vendor by ProPractices Advisory Ltd, a specialist consultancy operating in the Welsh Dental sector. The legal process was managed by Rebecca Mansfield-Fellowes of Mansfield Fellows Solicitors on behalf of the vendors, and the purchaser  was advised by Chris Davies and Rhiannydd Llewellyn of JCP Solicitors and Rhys Harris of Owain Bebb a’i Gwmni, Chartered Accountants.

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