Sarah

Hygienist

GDC: 3426

 
Sarah has 35 years’ experience of working with patients, helping them achieve good oral health. Sarah was born and brought up in Exeter. She joined the Army at 17 years of age to train as a Dental Hygienist, qualifying first as a Dental Nurse in 1984 and then as a Dental Hygienist in 1987.

She gave 12 years’ service to the Army before leaving in 1996 to pursue a career in general practice, initially working for the NHS in Colchester. She moved back to Exeter in 1999 where she has worked in private practice ever since. Sarah has been actively involved with the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy of which she was Chairman of the South West Peninsula group 2000-2003 and treasurer more recently.

She provides expert treatment and advice to help patients achieve a high standard of Oral Hygiene which contributes to overall health and wellbeing. She has a special interest in the treatment of periodontal disease.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys practicing Yoga and walking her 2 dogs.

Regular Check-ups

We are a family friendly practice and encourage parents to introduce their children to regular dental check-ups from an early age. All of our children are seen on the NHS until they turn 18 or 19 if in full time education.

Family Friendly Practice

We are a family friendly practice and encourage parents to introduce their children to regular dental check-ups from an early age. All of our children are seen on the NHS until they turn 18 or 19 if in full time education.

Our aim is to prevent decay by regular check-ups, advice and protective coatings on adult teeth as soon as they can be applied.

Tooth Whitening & Implants

As we get older, people sometimes find that their teeth appear a darker colour. This is a natural aging process and once the whitening procedure has been completed the teeth should never return to the darker colour again.

It is also a starting point for all cosmetic cases and smile makeovers. Often brides & grooms have it done before their big day.