The team at Wyndham House Dental Practice is dedicated to ensuring that you have a pleasant and caring experience as a patient with us and not only whilst visiting the practice. Whether it is providing courtesy reminder calls of your appointments the day before to aid your day to day planning in the busy lives we lead, or a follow up phone call from the dentist or one of the staff to check that everything has gone well following your appointments, we pride ourselves on providing excellent support for you whilst under our care.
Our reception staff
Lisa Spargo and Samantha Roberts, are responsible for your first impression of all of us. All are receptionists are active members in the local community and members of local groups and clubs which allows them to provide the personal touch to patients from the local area, and a hearty welcome to patients from further afield.
We have seven nurses at the practice all of whom are fully qualified or currently in training for their nursing qualification, and between them they have a wealth of experience caring for patients, so you can feel assured that you will get the best support and care whilst in the surgery, whether it is holding your hand for a procedure you might be apprehensive about or just offering a kind word of reassurance. It goes without saying that they also work seamlessly with the dentist to provide you with the best possible dental care.
Natalie Best/ GDC No 268689
Paige Wilton/ GDC No 286725
Alice Collins/GDC No 287661
Kaylie Stokes/ GDC No 295157
Tia Perry/ Trainee Dental Nurse
Emma Phillips/ Trainee Dental Nurse
Georgina Watts/ Trainee Dental Nurse
Brooke Sawyer/ Trainee Dental Nurse
Dental Therapists and Hygienists
Josh Kelly BSc (Hons) Dental Hygiene / Therapy, GDC No 252190
Originally from Sussex, Josh graduated from Cardiff University’s School of Dentistry in 2014. As a Dental Therapist Josh can carry out multiple restorative procedures such as fillings and the extraction of children’s teeth, in addition to his hygiene services.
Josh understands the concerns sometimes felt by patients when visiting the hygienist and is keen to provide a relaxed and positive atmosphere in his treatment room in an attempt to alleviate any unnecessary anxiety and hopes to provide a stress free dental environment.
When he’s not working hard at the Practice Josh is pretty sporty enjoying skiing, snowboarding and keeping up to date with football and Formula 1.
Catherine Teear RDN, RDH, FDSC (Essex) GDC no 167006
Cathy from Porthcawl is one of our hygienists. She qualified from the University of Essex in 2010. Before becoming a hygienist Cathy worked and qualified as a dental nurse. She has specialised in treating patients with special needs and is dedicated to treating and maintaining periodontal disease. Cathy is also trained in facial aesthetics that she provides at the practice.
Outside of work Cathy enjoys spending time with her children and also enjoys keeping fit at the gym and taking part in charity runs.