Meet the Titchfield Team
Professional, friendly and all the support you need
All of us are seasoned professionals and here to help you and your family make the most of your smiles, however nervous you may be about dentists. Within the relaxed ambience of our Park Gate practice, we welcome new and existing patients to our range of progressive dental solutions.
A good dental professional is not afraid to smile! We are all walking testaments to our own treatments and excellent all-round oral health.
Sharon started working at Titchfield Dental Health in June 1995 and took over as Practice Manager after completing a practice management diploma in 1997.
Sharon's job is to ensure the smooth running of the practice. She loves to hear from patients with feedback, whether good or bad, to help improve customer service.
Kerrie is the Reception Manager at Titchfield Dental Health. She has worked at the practice since 2001 and is also a Registered Dental Nurse with extra qualifications in radiography and impression taking. Kerrie’s clinical knowledge is extremely helpful in her reception role as she can answer any questions you may have.
Speak to Kerrie if you need any information about the practice Membership Plan or to book an appointment.
Anne joined the practice early in 2003 as Clare’s dental nurse. She continued her professional development by taking her qualifications in radiography, oral health education, impression taking and clinical photography. She accepted the position as Senior Dental Nurse in 2006 and helps train the clinical team in the latest techniques.
Anne is also a treatment coordinator and is excellent at helping patients to understand the treatment that is needed so they can decide on the right option for them.
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Ruth is the senior hygienist in the practice and has been a member of the team since 2001. Ruth started part time for an afternoon a week and has expanded and extended her hygiene role to 4 days. Since the change in legislation in May 2014 Ruth carries out direct access treatment for those who want to see a hygienist but either have their own dentist or don’t want to see one. Ruth uses the latest technology, including the wand for anaesthetic, and will make your visit as comfortable and pleasant as possible.
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Jacquie was employed as an oral health educator at TDH in 2013. Since then she has used her considerable dental nursing experience to help the hygiene team expand and uses her radiography and impression qualifications to improve the patient journey.
Jacquie hosts childrens' days within the practice to give advice to both parents and children about diet and brushing and is also qualified to give advice on smoking cessation for adults.
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Louise started as a Trainee Dental Nurse at Titchfield Dental Health in 2010. She is now a registered radiographer and is an experienced and valuable member of the nursing team. Louise Qualified as an Oral Health Educator in December 2017 .
Louise will help keep your visit as comfortable as possible in the surgery.
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Lyndsey is a Registered Dental Nurse who gained her Oral Health Certificate in 2016 and also qualified in dental radiography in December of the same year.
Lyndsey will be on hand to answer any questions and to keep you comfortable whilst in the surgery.
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Helen is a qualified dental nurse who first joined us to cover reception duties. She covers all nursing and reception leave as well as sorting our recall system out. Helen is our Girl Friday!
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Vicky joined the reception team in November 2019. She is an experienced receptionist but new to dentistry.
Vicky quickly proved to be an invaluable member of the team and has enjoyed getting to know the new terminology.
She has helped patients through their difficult dental journeys during the Covid crisis and has a lovely telephone manner.
Ellie joined the practice in September when she started her apprenticeship in dental nursing at Eastleigh College. She is a quick learner and understands the need for team work.
The apprenticeship course is three years and Ellie is looking forward to learning everything she can about dentistry.
On the dreaded day, Sharon was on duty and she deserves an extra special mention. I had a sedative to calm me down and Sharon went out of her way to talk to me to reassure me to such a degree that when I went in to have the extractions done I was laughing on the way into the chair. At this point I should mention the skill of the team who made the experience nowhere near as frightening as I had expected. This is a massive step forward for me after 40 years of misery and fear due to a childhood experience. I feel like I have emerged into the light. I have made an appointment to have an assessment done and although I am not out of the woods yet I feel I will be able to at last attend the Dentist on a regular basis as any normal person does. All the staff I met are an absolute credit to your practice.