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Originally from the Wirral, I joined the Orange Tree straight after graduating from Leeds, in 1985. I have a special interest in implant dentistry and have undertaken many courses in the UK and abroad to further my knowledge and training.
Outside work, I am married to Terry. We share an interest in horses and keep
several at home. I am also a keen runner, and have recently taken up triathlon.
I am registered with the Association of Dental Implantology UK and the British Society of Occlusal Studies.
I am delighted to have followed in my father’s footsteps in my role as a partner at the Orange Tree.
I graduated with honours from the University of Leeds in 2004 and spent the first 5 years of my career in Pickering and Ripon before returning to my roots to join the practice in 2010. I am married to Rebecca, whom I met during my years at university. Together we have 2 children, both of whom keep me fit and in check!
I grew up in Anglesey, North Wales and met Tim during my studies at Leeds Dental Institute from where I also graduated in 2004.
Since graduating I have worked in Ripon but I recently joined my husband and the rest of the team as the third partner at the Orange Tree. I took over my father-in-law’s list on his retirement in June 2012.
I grew up in Holme on Spalding Moor and went to Market Weighton Secondary School. After graduating from Leeds Dental School in 2007, I
moved back to the area and spent 8 years working as a General Dental Practitioner in Selby.
I was elected onto the North Yorkshire Local Dental Committee in 2010 and spent 3 years in this role. In 2013 I became Secretary of the BDA York Section followed by 2 years as a GDP Representative.
I met my husband Dom, who is also a Dentist, at University and we have two young daughters. In my spare time I enjoy family holidays and days out, Zumba, swimming, walking, cooking and I’m a fan of Formula 1 racing.
I am another Leeds graduate, I qualified in 1999 and soon returned home to East Yorkshire. I joined the Orange Tree in 2007. I am married with three children who keep me busy outside of work, and I enjoy running and going camping with friends and family.
I graduated from the university of Sheffield in 2013 and have recently joined Orange Tree Dental. I am a dual qualified Hygienist and Therapist, my focus is on improving patients’ oral health.
Outside work I am married and have a boxer dog who keeps us busy. I also have a keen interest in ballroom and Latin dancing
I started dental nursing in 2005, qualified in 2007 and worked in Bridlington for the first 3 years of my career. I joined the Orange Tree in 2010 and gained a further qualification in
Oral Health Education. I run OHE sessions regularly and give talks to local schools and nurseries. My caring nature and bubbly personality make me a great asset to the Orange Tree Team!
I joined the practice in 2006 after 20 years experience working as a dental nurse.
I have since gained a further qualification and now run Oral Health Education sessions for the young and old alike!
I joined the practice in 1997 as the office junior. I transferred my skills to the surgery and began nursing in 2002, becoming fully qualified in 2008. I have completed additional training in dental radiography and assisting with placing dental implants. I also assist the partners with practice administration.
I live with my partner and two children in Driffield.
I joined the practice in 2006 after 20 years experience working as a dental nurse. I have since gained a further qualification and now run Oral Health Education sessions for the young and old alike! My enthusiasm for the job has rubbed off on my daughter who has followed in my footsteps into the profession. I am an avid keep-fit fan and have run the London Marathon twice, as well as completing practice charity challenges.
I joined the practice in 2003, qualifying in 2006. I have a particular focus on decontamination of dental equipment and preventing cross-infection. In addition to nursing, I am always keen to provide dental health education to schools and playgroups with Carol. I also run the local Beavers group.
I started dental nursing in 2005, qualified in 2007 and worked in Bridlington for the first 3 years of my career. I joined the Orange Tree in 2010 and gained a further qualification in Oral Health Education. I run OHE sessions regularly and give talks to local schools and nurseries. My caring nature and bubbly personality make me a great asset to the Orange Tree Team!
I have been with the Orange Tree since 2004. I started working in reception, but then trained and registered as a nurse. I am now a valued team member as I cover both reception and nursing roles.
I joined the practice in 2003 after working as a hotel receptionist since 1985. Outside work I am a member of a local darts team, and enjoy ice-skating along with my son.