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Meet Our Experienced Team

When you visit the Dentist you want to know that the people caring for you are fully qualified, experienced and have your best interests at heart.

At Manor House Dental Surgery we have been caring for the oral health of our patients for several years and aim to provide the highest level of care for you.

Our fully qualified and experienced practitioners and staff work closely together, as a team, to treat you competently, thoroughly and with the traditional values of consideration and care.

Practice Manager

Dayna Hunt (GDC 190790)

Dayna is a qualified dental nurse. As Practice Manager, her main responsibilities include the smooth day to day running of the practice as well as the welfare and training of dental nurses. Dayna’s role also involves observance of CQC Regulations, Cross Infection Control, Health & Safety in addition to Patient Confidentiality and Data Protection. In addition Dayna holds additional qualifications covering Dental Radiography and Leadership and Management.

 

 

 

Chloe Robinson (GDC 298105)

Head Dental Nurse 

 

(Trainee Dental Nurse) 

Storm Clarke 

 (Trainee Dental Nurse) 

Freya Bell   

(Trainee Dental Nurse) 

All our nurses are qualified or undertaking training on an external programme.  Several already qualified staff have undertaken training in expanded duties.  These additional courses enable nurses to carry out additional procedures such as taking impressions, removing sutures, advising and supervising dental whitening techniques, taking photographs etc.

 

Receptionist – 

Our ‘front of house’ Receptionists answers the phone to you, ‘with a smile in their voice’!  They also remind you by phone, text and e-mail of your appointments and have an active recall/maintenance system in place.   They also manages interactions between the practice and our various laboratories.

Hygienist –  

 

 

 

  Alexis Gilmour (GDC 2243)

Our hygienist is responsible for professionally cleaning and polishing your teeth (scaling and polishing). She offers a programme of oral care which is appropriate to your needs and lifestyle.

Visiting the hygienist regularly is important to monitor and help maintain good oral health

 

 

 

 

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