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We pride ourselves on the skills and experience of team who work here. We believe that we provide a very pleasant, hugely caring and friendly environment and that ultimately we aim to treat all our patients as individuals with their own particular needs and concerns. Our major focus as a practice is for patients to feel that they have been treated with compassion and given all the information and options for them to make an informed decision about their dental care.
Between us, we have a great deal (too much sadly!!) of experience of dentistry. Apart from working in the practice,Huw Winstone wears a number of hats in that he is the Vice Dean for Postgraduate dental training in the South East of England and is involved in a number of ways in the NHS monitoring of dentistry.
Kate Winstone works 2 and a half days a week in the practice and, apart from general dentistry, she has long-standing experience of providing invisible braces called Invisalign, does Botox-type treatments and fillers for cosmetic facial treatment, and also does some postgraduate dental teaching and works for solicitors as an expert witness in dentistry.
Jane Tinkler has great experience of treating both children and the elderly and is now working at Croydon University Hospital where she treats people with particular restorative problems, especially those with jaw pain.
Ravreet Sahota is our Implant and Invisalign Specialist as well as general dentist within the practice.
Paul Maddison-Roberts has been with us for many years and is a general dentist who works 5 days a week in New Ash Green.
We would all hope that our enthusiasm for our work and to do the best by our patients comes across in the entire ethos of New Ash Green Dental Centre.
We operate a 7 day-a-week on call service for our patients and this is very reassuring for those who come here. We are anxious that none of our patients should have to see other dentists if they are in pain or have worries. Many of our patients are on our Denplan scheme which allows us to cover a call-out free of charge, but there is a fee for those who pay as they go for treatment.