GDC number: 3057
Jenny qualified in 1986 as a hygienist at Glasgow Dental Hospital. After qualifying she worked at the Periodontal Department of the hospital and then returned south to take up a post at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, Portsmouth. Her work included orthodontic patients, oral surgery, inpatient and outpatient clinics and of course general hygiene patients.
Over several years, she continued to work in various general practices and undertook further qualifications which enabled her to take impressions, fit crowns and give both local infiltration and ID block anaesthesia.
Jenny joined Notley Dental Care in 2008 and also works at the Heath Dental Suite, in Fleet, where she works alongside a Periodontist (gum specialist). Jenny continues to enjoy the challenges that working with patients with severe gum conditions brings.
GDC number: 2183
Lucy qualified as a hygienist in 1981 at the Royal Army Dental Corps training centre in Aldershot and completed her Royal Society for Health Diploma in Dental Health in 1982. She then served 4 years in the Army as a hygienist which she greatly enjoyed.
Lucy has worked at the Kingsclere Dental Practice in Alton for 29 years and has recently started treating patients at the Lakeside Dental Practice in Godalming and the Holistic Practice in Farnham as well as with us here at Notley Dental Care.
Lucy also works for a furniture auction house in Farnham and is a professional dog walker! In her spare time her hobbies include dog training and dog psychology, sewing home furnishings and her big passion, amateur dramatics.
GDC number: 173837
Samantha qualified as a Dental Nurse in December 2008 before completing her BSc (hons) Degree in Dental Hygiene/Therapy in May 2011.
Since qualifying Samantha has completed further training in facial aesthetics enabling her to carry out Tooth Whitening and Facial Aesthetic treatments which she does regularly at Notley Dental Care.
The varied role of a Dental Therapist involves carrying out fillings on adults and children as well as working with periodontal patients and helping them to improve their oral hygiene. You do not need to see a dentist first to be able to see Samantha simply book direct with reception for an appointment with her.
Samantha has recently started working at The Dental Academy University of Portsmouth working as a Clinical Supervisor assisting our future Hygienists and Dental Therapists treat patients and gain their Degrees to enable them to register with the General Dental Council and become competent practitioners.