We are a small, friendly and approachable team who wish to make your experience with us a pleasant one.
All the nurses are qualified via the Examining Board for Dental Surgery Assistants. They are registered with the General Dental Council and adhere to the standards for dental professionals. All staff are CRB checked. They have a wealth of Orthodontic experience which allows them to give excellent support and advice to patients. They all carry out continual professional development and are committed to patient care.
Basil is the principle and owner of the practice. Qualified in Damascus in 1989 he has worked in Orthodontics for over 20 yrs working in both a hospital and a practice setting. He is a member of the British orthodontic society. He adheres to the General Dental Councils Guidance, standards for Dental Professionals.
BDS MFDS RCS – Reg no – 72139
Samer is the specialist clinical lead. Qualified in 1996 in Manchester and has worked in Orthodontics since 2004. He adheres to the General Dental Councils Guidance, standards for Dental Professionals.
Practice Manager Reg No -116322
Kathryn Qualified at Manchester Dental Hospital where she worked for a number of years before moving to General practice, she then specialised in Orthodontics here at Denton where she has been for the over 20 years.
Dental nurse/receptionist Reg No – 180086
Mair has worked in both general practice and community where she worked with special needs children. She is now looking to develop her skills in Orthodontics.
Dental nurse/receptionist Reg No – 116828
Michele has worked in dentistry for over 30 years both in general dentistry and orthodontics.
DENTAL NURSE/RECEPTIONIST REG NO – 122365
Maureen began dental nursing in General practice then moved to Orthodontics.
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We all brush our teeth every single morning but are you doing it correctly? Brushing your teeth is very important if you want healthy teeth and want to prevent cavities and tooth decay.
Here are five things to keep in mind when brushing your teeth 5️⃣
Are your toothbrush bristles soft enough? A hard brush will just damage the protective enamel layer of your teeth which in turn leads to sensitivity. Hence, it is pertinent to use a soft toothbrush.
Brush gently Brushing too hard will get you nowhere. It can damage your enamel, hurt your gums and even lead to gum recession. Brush gently, making sure you cover all surfaces.
Brush for 2 minutes While most people brush for only 45 seconds, dentists recommend that one should brush for at least two minutes. How long you should brush your teeth is very important.
The right time to brush It is ideal to brush your teeth twice a day: one before bed and once after breakfast since you tend to consume sticky food, such as cereals, for breakfast.
Brushing your teeth too many times a day can lead to overbrushing, which will wear away your teeth.
Brush in small circular motions Keeping your brush at a 45-degree angle at all times, brush your teeth in circular motions. This helps remove particles of food that get stuck right under the gums.
The “sawing” motion can lead to gaps in your enamel that make the perfect home for tiny food particles.
Brush your tongue As strange as it sounds, the tongue is actually one of the biggest sources of bad breath on account of all the microbes and food debris that get stuck on it. So it is important that you brush your teeth to get rid of it.
Floss One should floss at least once a day to remove the food hiding between your teeth. If food is left between the teeth, it can cause bad breath and tooth decay.
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