Since then he has worked full time in General Practice within the Hampshire area. He is committed to providing high quality dentistry in a calm and friendly environment. This requires keeping up to date with the latest materials and techniques and enables him to offer most restorative and cosmetic treatments.
Adam lives in Clanfield with his young family, where he loves spending time outdoors walking and cycling.
He worked in Berkshire before settling in Hampshire for the last 12 years. He has enjoyed working in a general practice setting, which has allowed him to build long lasting trust and rapport with his patients and to provide continuing care. Nayyar strives to provide high quality dentistry and his calm and friendly demeanour is appreciated by his patients, who find his relaxed manner helps to ease any anxieties they may have.
Nayyar enjoys most aspects of dentistry, but over the years has developed an interest in Cosmetic Dentistry and minimally invasive Aesthetic Dentistry. He has attended numerous courses over the years to support and develop this interest and to keep up to date with the latest techniques and materials. He is also able to provide some short term orthodontics since completing his Invisalign Training.
In his spare time, he likes to keep fit and enjoy the surrounding outdoor coast and countryside as well as pottering around in the garden and relaxing with friends and family.
Charlotte is dually qualified as a Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist and has undertaken extended training in Zoom tooth whitening.
Charlotte was a finalist for ‘Dental Therapist of the Year’ in 2007. Previously Charlotte qualified receiving awards for the highest mark in Dental Therapy, the most outstanding clinical work and outstanding communication skills. Until recently Charlotte was on the council for the British Association of Dental Therapists and as Editorial Panel Member for the dental journal ‘Dental Therapy Update’. Charlotte is a professional writer regularly published in dental journals. Charlotte won the national award of Dental Therapist of the Year 2011/12.
Charlotte has been a judge for the Oral Health Awards and in July 2019 Charlotte’s profile was included in the book “100 years of Women in the Dental Profession in the UK” Brooks, J. (2019)
Charlotte loves Formula One, especially when Maclaren are winning!
Ben is our newest addition to the team offering all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery with specialist interests in wisdom tooth removal, jaw surgery, skin cancer /reconstruction and facial trauma surgery. He is also based at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Frimley Park Hospital and the Nuffield Health in Guildford.
During his early surgical training, he completed posts across the UK including Edinburgh, Teeside, Sunderland, London and the South East of England. His specialist training was completed at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford and at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead. Following his specialist training, Ben completed an Orthognathic (Jaw Surgery) and Facial Trauma fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia. He is dually qualified in Medicine and Dentistry and is on the General Medical Council specialist list for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.
Ben strives to give an honest and considered opinion to his patients and is committed to providing excellent surgical care. He will be undertaking routine oral surgery, pre-implant surgery and dental implant placement within the Sixty Six Dental practice.
Having worked in general dental practice and alongside specialists for many years, Helen has gained a wealth of experience and is regularly attending Continuing Professional Development courses.
Helen has a busy life outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and friends and is currently training her border collie puppy aptly named ‘Floss’.
Since graduating, she has presented her research at the International Association of Dental Research conference in London Excel, and has since been published in the British Dental Journal. In addition, Millie undertook further training in the Special Care Dental Service, and upon completion received the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy graduation award. A preventative approach is at the forefront of Millie’s practice, and she has a wide understanding of the varying influences on individual's health. Millie has a very friendly and approachable manner and aims to work with patients to help achieve optimum oral health.
In her spare time, Millie loves spending time with her son and partner. She also enjoys running, baking and walking her mischievous cocker spaniel.
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