I very much enjoy lifelong learning and have gained three degrees, graduating in 2004, 2006 and 2013 from Newcastle and Sheffield Universities. Although I have worked in different professions I have found my calling in Dentistry and could not imagine doing any other job. I joined the Triangle team in early 2017 and very much enjoy treating the patients I meet at Triangle.
I embrace the modern approach of ‘minimally invasive dentistry’, as well as our ethos of continued learning in dentistry. I particularly enjoy complex restorative dentistry and relish the art of making the strongest possible tooth restorations look indistinguishable from natural teeth.
Having gone through the experience on my own teeth several years ago I am very passionate about the art and science of ‘smile design’. I am experienced in several tooth straightening systems and am currently studying for my orthodontic diploma in ‘Clear Aligner Therapy’ – the highest level of training available for the Invisalign system.
My favourite person to spend free time with is my little daughter – the apple of my eye (though if my wife is reading this then you are my joint two favourite people!!).
Qualifications: BDS, BSc GDC: 212435
I qualified from Peninsula Dental School in 2011 after completing a degree in Biomedical Science in 2006. Since then I have worked in hospital before returning to general dental practice, working in a number of practices from Cornwall to Cambridgeshire.
I joined Triangle Dental in 2016 and have enjoyed getting to know my patients and the Triangle team. I strive to provide up-to-date quality dentistry for my patients, based on the latest research.
Prevention has always been key to reducing the amount of dental treatment needed. Having an in-house preventive dental unit and a team of expert hygienists really helps to reduce the amount of dental decay and stabilise gum disease.
I live with my wife and daughter in Wokingham and enjoy travelling, skiing, swimming and flying, when I get a few spare minutes!
Qualifications: BDS, BSc GDC: 83476
I qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2004. I joined Triangle Dental in 2013, having worked in private dental practices since 2006. I enjoy treating all aspects of dentistry with a preventative approach and particularly like showing patients that it can be a lot more pleasant than they anticipate. It is always so rewarding for me when nervous patients willingly return, with a smile, for more!
I am an Inman Aligner trained dentist. I also regularly attend courses to keep abreast of the current thinking in Dentistry and am a member of one dental study group, who meet several times a year and where I can participate in lectures from renowned world speakers.
Outside the practice, I am a keen crafter and love being creative making clothes, handbags and jewellery, amongst many other things. I am always on the look out for new things to try! I also enjoy cooking, reading and spending time with my family.
Qualifications: BDS, MFDS, RCS GDC: 244344
I qualified from The University of Birmingham Dental School in 2013 and has since worked both in hospital and private dental practices.
My focus has always been on preventative dentistry. I feel that both my passion for dentistry and caring approach enable me to provide quality care for each and every one of my patients. One of my aims is to help nervous patients and children to undergo the treatment they need, ensuring they leave the chair feeling well cared for.
I enjoy all aspects of dentistry but have a particular interest in oral surgery and cosmetic dentistry. I am also a trained provider of several tooth straightening systems including the Inman Aligner.
Away from the practice, I like circuit training, baking, spending time with family and experiencing new cultures and seeing what the world has to offer in general.
I am very much looking forward to meeting and getting to know you and hope to help address your dental concerns with a helping hand and a friendly smile.
I qualified, with Honours, from the University of Sheffield in 2013; having also gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Dental Education; a Diploma of Membership of the Joint Dental Facilities at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow and a Diploma in Orthodontics.
Since qualifying, I have worked in many private practices similar to Triangle and share their approach to preventive dentistry. I am passionate about Dentistry. This is why I am thrilled to to be part of the team at Triangle, who share my personal values of delivering the latest that dentistry has to offer whilst maintaining an empathetic and human touch. I take great pride in delivering high-quality care and will endeavour to make your dental visits as pleasant as possible.
I have a very diverse background which has taken me from London to Sheffield to Singapore…and now to Tilehurst. I also teach other dentists in areas of advanced dentistry. My wife is also a dentist, working at the Tilehurst Community dental clinic. When we are not working, our young son keeps us very busy.
After qualifying from the University of Bristol in 2010, I completed further postgraduate training, first joining the Royal College of Surgeons in 2012, then obtaining a Masters degree in Dental Implantology in 2016. I regularly attend implant-related courses to learn new advanced techniques, and I now commit a large amount of my clinical time solely for dental implant treatment.
I have always believed that it is a great privilege to be able to help patients with their problems. It’s why, throughout my career, I have been so passionate about dental implants. I genuinely believe that dental implants can replace missing teeth to enhance a person’s quality of life: their self-confidence, their smile, their ability to chew and speak in comfort. At the core of my treatment philosophy is the belief that my patients deserve high quality care that should be delivered in a kind and gentle manner. I look forward to meeting patients, who have been referred to me, at Triangle Dental.
In my personal life I enjoy spending time and travelling with my wife and 2 boys. When time allows, I enjoy playing cricket and other outdoor sports, as well as training for my brown belt in Jujitsu.
Qualifications: Registrar Endodontist GDC: 210724
I graduated in 2011 at Cardiff University Dental School and was one of only two students accepted in my year onto the BSc Oral Diseases intercalated programme. During this time my research was published and presented in the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London with the International Association of Dental Research (IADR).
I am an enthusiastic and ambitious dentist always striving to provide the best treatments with an empathetic attitude towards the anxious patient. I hold a diploma in endodontics and am an active member with both the British Endodontics Society (BES) and European Society of Endodontics (ESE) where I attend yearly conferences. I am currently undergoing specialist training in the same field at King’s College London and was recently nominated as a finalist for the Young Dentist of the Year for the Private Dentistry Awards in 2020.
In 2016 I participated with the dental charity Bridge2aid on a two week expedition in Tanzania. The trip involved training local clinical officers the fundamentals of emergency dental care enabling them to be self-sufficient to treat their own local community after our departure.
At Triangle Dental we highly value our team of hygienists as their work helps to prevent you from having dental problems as well as freshening up the appearance of the teeth. All of our hygienists have a gentle touch but are thorough in the work that they do.
Dental Health Educators
Our team of qualified dental health educators manage our preventive dental unit, where children (and their parents) are shown how to brush their teeth and gums and learn about the importance of a healthy diet. This can really make a difference and help children to achieve a healthy mouth for life.
We’ve designed the preventive dental unit with children in mind and so it’s fun and does not feel ‘clinical’.
Dee Sadler joined Triangle Dental in 1984, initially as a receptionist, but soon took on the role of manager the practice. She makes sure that the practice runs smoothly and that we comply with our professional responsibilities – and always with a smile. She is a long-standing member of the Association of Dental Administrators and Managers and works closely with other practice managers in the area.
If you have feedback about any aspect of the practice, please let Dee know: [email protected]
Nurses and Receptionists
Dentists can’t care for our patients without support from our team of experienced nurses and receptionists – some would say that they are worth their weight in gold!