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I am a dentist, based in Chobham and Hampton Hill. The best way to describe myself is someone that just loves making things!
Like any craftsman, I pride myself on attention to detail with precision engineering, and of course the product has to look and feel beautiful.
Relaxed and approachable
Relaxed and approachable
I have embraced technology and view dentistry as a craft, so I won't be drilling big holes in your teeth. Instead we do things differently by rebuilding and regenerating. This unique style means we can provide you with more comfortable, higher quality and predictable dentistry which looks and feels like your own.
My philosophy has also been recognised by my dental colleagues, who refer patients to me for specific items of complex care.
I will always ensure each patient's individual problems are resolved. This may be simply being able to eat meals with friends without concern or discomfort; be able to smile confidently on a close up selfie; to be confident at work presentations and meetings; or just be proud of your smile.
Having qualified from Guys, Kings & St Thomas' 2005, I practiced in Melbourne before returning to Surrey (Chobham) where I have been based since.
My Postgraduate training has taken me to Australia, America and Europe, my treatments reflect this more worldly approach.
I am Specialist Member of The American Association of Endodontics and a member of the British Endodontic Soceity.
I chose to become a dentist because?
I always enjoyed the Sciences at school, but I adored Design & Technology. I particularly enjoyed thought processes behind engineering 'an object' but also the technical aspect of building. Had I not become a dentist I had considered architecture (fortunately I decided against this!)
A glimpse of my thoughts on general health?
I firmly believe in a healthy mind, body and soul. I will always consider patients' general diet and habits when formulating plans. I use modern, scientific techniques with a holistic approach to achieve the aspirations of my patients.
This is of particular importance when rehabilitating patients with worn and broken down teeth.
Outside of work
I enjoy the company of friends and family , and am kept particularly busy by the latter.
I've recently found a passion for the sport of triathlon. You may well see me riding away from work, or in the open water lake at Shepperton.
What makes me smile?
This is easy: a short strong double espresso (Italian style)
The small things in life....
A decent pint of ale, a good meal and cycling home (on a dark clear crisp evening) but mostly my wonderful wife and kids.