I am a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. My career has spanned through General Practice and Anaesthetics. I am now retired from hospital anaesthetics and now I only work in dental surgeries.
I first started working with dentists in 1981. In those days it was all general anaesthetics. In 2000, general anaesthetics became only allowed in hospital. We had already been moving towards sedation in dentistry.
Patients frequently comment that they were more aware of the conversation between me and the dental staff rather the what is happening in their mouth.
I pride myself on a gentle nature to reassure patients and see them through their dentistry with minimal anxiety and stress.
Please look at the instruction sheet which is given prior to treatment. There is also a sedation score sheet for you to look at.
Friendly and helpful team
I had a very bad experience at another dentists and became so anxious that I didn't go for seven years. When I registered with this practice I explained my situation and have had a really positive experience. The team are really friendly and helpful. Mike and Victoria have been immensely patient, professional and kind. I am really happy with all of the work I have had done and feel that I have been able to make informed decisions about my treatment. I would recommend them highly, especially if you are anxious.
Nick is originally from Greece. He studied at the Dental School of Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece and as soon as he graduated in 2008, he joined the Greek Army where he worked as a dentist ...
Dimitris qualified from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2003. He worked in a maxillofacial dental practice for one year and then worked as a dentist in the Greek Air Force.