Qualifications: BDS (Hons) London 1982, LDS, RCS (Eng)
Position: Principal Dental Practitioner
Qualifications: BDS Peninsula 2012
Position: Dental Practitioner
Alex has worked in general dental practice since 2012 when he qualified from the Penisula Dental School with a particular interest in restorative and preventative dentistry.
Since graduating, Alex has built his career in various practices across Kent and Sussex.
Alex was awarded a distinction in a Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Dental Care from the Kent and Surrey Sussex Deanery and he continues, on an annual basis, to undertake professional development training in various areas of dentistry to ensure his skills are kept up-to-date.
Alex relates well to patients and he finds working with nervous patients and children to be particularly rewarding. He takes a holistic approach to patient care and is dedicated to providing safe, effective dental treatment in a way that is sensitive to the patient experience.
Alex is interested in the promotion of oral health and he has a strong belief in preventative dentistry.
In his spare time Alex enjoys science in its many forms, current affairs, travelling whenever he gets the opportunity, and spending quality time with his family.
Qualifications: BDS (Glasgow), MFDS RCPS (Glasgow), PGCert (Kent)
Position: Dental Practitioner
Pritesh was born and raised in Essex and studied at Glasgow Dental School, graduating in 2011. He spent his first year of Foundation Training with Kent, Surrey Sussex Deanery in a small practice in Rye before working in Kent. Pritesh loves living in Kent and enjoys the countryside and everything the area has to offer.
Pritesh is passionate about dentistry and works hard to provide an excellent standard of care. He enjoys working with nervous patients and putting them at ease. He is motivated by the ability to make a real difference to the lives of patients. From simple treatments to complex procedures, he really believes that dentistry has the ability to transform lives.
Pritesh provides a wide range of high skill dental treatments, including cosmetic smile makeovers. He prioritises patient care in a relaxed and friendly environment and takes an empathetic approach to patient care especially with nervous patients. He has a real passion for oral health and proving the latest treatments.
Pritesh is a firm believer in Continual Professional Development. As well as earning additional qualifications he frequently attends conferences and seminars worldwide to ensure that he is always up to date with the latest developments in his field.
Outside of work Pritesh belongs to various cycle clubs. He trains religiously throughout the year and averages 5,000+ miles on his road bicycle around Kent. Annually, he helps lead international cycling trips to Majorca, the Alps and the Pyrenees and travels as much as possible around the world during his annual holidays. Pritesh also enjoys baking as a way to unwind and to refuel from cycling, he frequently bakes cakes for staff birthdays and have been advised to apply for ‘The Great British Bake Off’.
Both Pritesh and his wife volunteer with local Kent homeless charity Porchlight to provide one to one mentoring to young people going through a difficult time in their lives. He is currently mentoring a boy of 12 years old, who he visits weekly to provide an escape from his troubled home life and help to foster his confidence and communication skills.
Qualifications: BDS (lon) 1997 DPDS (Bris) DwSi
Position: Dental Practitioner
Daniel qualified from the Royal London Hospital in 1997 with a keen interest in surgical dentistry, implants were the natural progression. He has attended many postgraduate courses in Implant dentistry and is holder of the prestigious diploma in Implant Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
He has been placing and restoring implants since 2001 undertaking all types of bone augmentations, grafts, and sinus lift surgery. Daniel’s experience ranges from a single space to multiple spaces to full arches (all the teeth in one jaw).
In his spare time Dan enjoys running, cycling, playing the guitar and spending time with his family.
Qualifications: BDS PgCert Dip MSc
Position: Dental Practitioner - Special Interest In Endodontics
Tom Hennebry graduated from University of Bristol in 2015 with Merits in Restorative and Paediatric Dentistry and was the 2014 winner of the prestigious Frank Ashley undergraduate prize. Since then he has worked in hospitals and general practice, furthering his knowledge and refining his skills. In 2018, he completed an MSc with Merit in Primary Dental Care from the University of Kent. As part of this, he worked towards a diploma with modules in Endodontics, Periodontology and research.
Tom developed a love of endodontics during his time spent working in the restorative department of Kingston Hospital. He now operates as dentist with special interest in root canal treatment, dedicating himself to providing comfortable, safe and effective root canal treatment.
Tom is also interested in the importance of oral health and its interplay with whole-body health. He was awarded a prize for presenting his work in this field from the British Society of Gerodontology in 2018.
In his spare time, Tom is an avid runner, and enjoys travelling and hiking.
Qualifications: MSc FDS RCS BDS MGDS RCS
Position: Specialist in Periodontics
Richard Snoad qualified as a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Dundee University in 1980. He gained his Membership in General Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1992 and his MSc (with Distinction) in Periodontology from the Eastman Dental Institute (University of London) in 1996. In that year he became the first Director of the tri-Service Defence Dental Agency School of Dental Hygiene, where he combined teaching with an extensive periodontal referral service. He was registered as a Specialist in Periodontics by the General Dental Council in 1998 and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2003. He is recognised as a medico-legal Expert in Periodontology.
Richard has lectured and published research internationally and is a past Member of Council of the British Society of Periodontology and examining boards of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the General Dental Council. He has been in full-time clinical practice as a periodontist since 1996, and in addition to his ongoing academic research into Periodontal Risk-Assessment, he is currently undertaking programmes of post-graduate training for dental hygienists, therapists and dentists in periodontics.