Finding a dentist we can trust is important to almost everyone, and not always so easy in a time when many there are so many more dentists than in previous decades.
Smilemakers dentist in Southampton has a dental team to be proud of.
Thomas Darling, practising since 2004, has undertaken several postgraduate courses in cosmetic dentistry techniques from the leading clinicians in the field. He has a particular interest in dental implant technology, and focuses on delivering superior results utilising cutting edge techniques and the latest equipment.
Melina Paschali was persuaded to move from a busy private practice in Greece to become a dentist in Southampton. She is of the youngest authors to be published in a dental journal, and has added to her exceptional academic achievements in Greece with postgraduate courses in orthodontics, facial orthopaedics and aesthetic and restorative dentistry.
Abdullah Nazar graduated from dental college in 2006 and has added to his qualifications with further studies in dental implantology and the Six Month Smiles braces system, as well as a masters degree is aesthetics and restorative dentistry. He has also worked as a lecturer at London’s King’s College Dental School.
Emily Stanworth won several awards at Cardiff University Dental School. Emily’s passion for aesthetic dentistry has led her to complete advanced postgraduate training under the guidance of world-leading clinicians in facial aesthetics.
In Southampton, dentists at Smilemakers promise to treat their patients with understanding and respect, to listen to what they have to say and to respond sympathetically and constructively. Here in Southampton, dentists at our practice also promise to exceed all requirement for safety and sterility and, in their treatments, only to use safe and biocompatible materials and techniques, and to stay on time with their appointments. At Smilemakers in Southampton, dentists are always investing in acquiring new skills, knowledge and technology.
All our Southampton dentists are registered with the General Dental Council and have a membership number, which you can find alongside their information on our website. You can use this number to look them up on the General Dental Council website at www.gdc-uk.org.
If you are not happy with our service we want to know, and urge you to let us know as soon as possible.