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After spending some time in child and social care, Dionne redirected her career path towards dentistry and graduated from the Hammersmith and West London College in 2011 with her Dental Nursing qualification. She went on to work in an NHS dental practice as a dental nurse and receptionist where she learned the ins-and-outs of dental nursing and different dental treatments.
She joined Ten Dental in 2013 as a Dental Receptionist and has evolved with the practice – recently becoming the practice manager at Ten Dental, Clapham. Dionne is an integral member of the Ten Dental team and keeps everything running smoothly at our Clapham practice with her can-do attitude and positive mindset. She is a favourite with patients, who she loves to develop a rapport with and get to know.
In her spare time, Dionne loves listening to music and singing. She is also a keen baker, enjoys making candles and hair products, and believes that a healthy body is the key to a focused mind which she practices through dance, yoga and swimming.x
Chloe began her journey into dentistry when she was 19 where she started her dental nurse course in Canterbury. After completing the training she began working in a specialist referral practice in Kent and after this the maxillofacial department at Ashford Hospital.
Chloe realised that her real passion was people and chose to leave nursing, move to London, and join Ten Dental as treatment coordinator.
Although she does still enjoy the practical part, she really enjoys helping patients understand what is possible with Implant and cosmetic dentistry as well as orthodontics, and helping them during their treatment.
In her spare time Chloe enjoys visiting new cities and various music events with friends.x
Sophie left school after completing her A-levels to start work as a receptionist at a dental practice near to her home town. She enjoyed the role so much that she went on to study and become a qualified Dental Nurse.
After working on reception and nursing for a number of years, Sophie realised that she loved interacting with patients and guiding them on their journey through dental treatment so much that she proceeded to a Treatment Co-ordinator role at a new small practice, giving her the skills to start a career as a Treatment Co-ordinator for Ten Dental in Clapham.
Sophie enjoys seeing patients for one-to-one consultations, and helping them along during the process of their journey at Ten Dental. She also helps patients with finance options, questions about their treatments and enjoys being there personally for a number of different patients through their dental journey. She makes sure to be there every step of the way, and ensure that any questions you have are answered carefully and in detail at any stage of treatment.
Sophie is a regular at her local gym when not at work and also enjoys looking after her two year old cat while at home and visiting new places.x
Anisha began her career as a chef and after a few years decided to have a complete career change, although she loved her career as a chef she felt working with people was what she enjoyed the most.
Anisha feels her new career in the dental industry is extremely rewarding as she can see the changes she is making to somebody’s life and how much they appreciate it.
Although this is her first job as a receptionist at a dental practice she feels she has come so far already, both in how much she has learned and also by working in a company that is so patient orientated. She feels that working at Ten Dental she can only develop and learn more and more.
In her spare time Anisha enjoys reading romantic fiction, going to the cinema with her family, catching up with friends and learning Italian.x
Maggie began her studies at Art College in Gdynia, Poland and graduated in 2006 with specialisation in Ceramic Art.
She came to London in 2008 and worked for different companies as a receptionist and front of house in the creative industry. Maggie very quickly realised working in a customer facing industry was what she enjoyed most of all soon after that she found a path into the field of dentistry.
In 2013 she completed training and began her career as a Dental Receptionist. She thoroughly enjoys working in the area of dentistry and started started working for Ten Dental in 2016.
When not working she enjoys long walks with her dog Dexter travelling abroad especially to Asia. She is passionate about art and in her spare time loves to draw and paint.x
Agata has over 8 years’ experience working within the dental industry. After qualifying with a Dental Nursing National Certificate in 2010 (Qualified by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses) she began her career as a dental nurse.
Throughout her service as a dental nurse she progressed her clinical skills by completing the National Course in Conscious Sedation, Oral Health Education Certificate, and Clinical Dental Photography course, and progressed to become a clinical lead for dental nurses, and a Registered Practice Manager in 2012.
The last four years has seen Agata consolidate her career and professional interests in the area of practice and process management, and for the past three years Agata worked for a specialist dental office in the Harley Street area.
Agata obtained an Award in Leadership and Management in 2013 and is due to complete a diploma in the same field.
Agata believes that all patients should feel safe and comfortable within a dental practice, and the clinical care provided must be at the highest level. She aims to bring the best of her knowledge and skills to create a positive and pleasant dental practice environment where patients and staff are happy.
Agata has a friendly nature and in her spare time she enjoys small interior design projects at home and has an interest in health, nutrition and fitness.x
Lucy started working in Dentistry in 2009 as a dental receptionist in Leigh-on-Sea. She then applied for a nursing course and was successful in achieving her Level 3 Diploma in Dental Nursing.
Realising she enjoyed working in a more front office facing role, in 2010 she began a new role in Southend .There she had a dual role as a Treatment Co-ordinator and Assistant Manager for 7 years.
Lucy is passionate about providing the best treatment for patient’s. She loves hosting Open Evenings and attending fetes/fairs and wedding shows. She believes this gives potential patient’s an opportunity to meet the dental team and answer any questions they may have. She loves getting to know her patient’s and helping them on their journey.
She currently lives in Essex with her partner and two cats (Dexter and O’Mally). She enjoys travelling, socialising and is currently planning her wedding.
Dr Wanendeya and Dr Sisodia undertake regular courses and training in the UK and abroad bringing you the latest knowledge and techniques in this ever advancing field of modern dentistry.
As well as carrying out his own surgical work, Martin tutors and trains other dentists. He is currently a tutor at the Royal College of Surgeons teaches all aspects of implantology. In addition to this, he is a mentor for the Association of Dental Implantology and teaches on the Implant Restoration Course.
Alongside his own implant practice, Nik is a mentor for the Association of Dental Implantology, a study club director for the International Team in Implantology and teaches on the Implant Restoration Course. He is also a key opinion leader for Dentsply Implants, assisting them in testing the viability and efficacy of their new products.
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