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Neeraj Puri with a special interest in Implants

Dental Phobia CertifiedNeeraj Puri qualified in Glasgow in 1996. He moved to Edinburgh the same year; working with many notable dentists to develop his skills. He has continued to progress his knowledge in advanced reconstructive, cosmetic and surgical dentistry by studying extensively in Europe and America to ensure that he is looking at the latest developments before they become available in this country. He is the chosen cosmetic and reconstructive dentist to the award winning Face and Body clinic.Neeraj has a special interest in bite–related problems that can manifest in headaches, neck and shoulder problems, migraines, sensitive teeth, loose teeth and clicky jaws. Addressing these problems increases the life expectancy of any dental work whether it is fillings or smile makeovers, implants or even just your natural dentition.Neeraj has been awarded a Certificate in Implantology from the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute. He is now keen to add to this by progressing to the Diploma in Implantology. His expertise in working in one of the few clinics in Scotland that uses many different systems of implants, enables him to use the best products tailored to each individual patient’s needs. Most of these treatments are available under local anaesthetic or even intravenous sedation.
My passion is working with my clients to create the smile they want. If the client is delighted with the end result I feel that I have done my job and can go home happy. I enjoy having the time to sit down and discuss and understand my client’s concerns, needs and aspirations and also how the result that we achieve will improve their quality of life. After all an attractive smile gives people more confidence as well as enjoyment in eating and communicating with others.

I love spending time with my family. In my spare time I enjoy yoga, travel and cycling. Cycling as a passion has been a rediscovery in the last two years. Before this the last time I cycled was when I was 10!!
Neeraj Puri BDS GDC no 71646

Christine Morrell

Christine Morrell graduated from Edinburgh Dental School in 1993.

Her early career focused on gaining experience within general practice and hospital clinics to ensure a broad range of clinical skills. After working in London she returned to Edinburgh and focused on postgraduate studies. She has completed many high profile courses that are respected within the dental profession. Christine is particularly committed to helping people who have been unable to receive the dental care that they need.

“Everyone is different and it is important to me to get to know my clients personally. I am very experienced in helping people who have a fear of dental treatment itself or feel that they will not be understood or judged. I realise that some people attend only once they have a problem and I make it my goal to help them feel that they have the final decision on how their dental health and care is managed.“
Christine Morrell BDS Edin 1993 GDC No. 69244

Caroline Kirkpatrick

Caroline Kirkpatrick is a Clinical Dental Technician with an empathetic approach to helping patients with their denture problems. Caroline has over 22 years of experience in dental technology which gives her an in depth knowledge of her craft, in particular in the field of designing and creating bespoke, comfortable dentures – unique for each individual.Caroline is a graduate of the prestigious Edinburgh Dental Institute. She is one of the few Clinical Dental Technicians who have earned their Diploma in Clinical Dental Technology from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
Caroline Kirkpatrick ClinDen Tech RCS (Edinburgh)

Ailsa Hall Dental Therapist

Ailsa qualified in 2011 with a BSc in Oral Health Science from the University of Dundee. She is passionate about her role, as dental therapist, in the team and her ethos is that 'prevention is better than a cure'. She strongly believes in tailoring each clients' visit to suit their individual needs. Her qualifications allow her to administer local anaesthetic and take x-rays.

Her interests outside of work include pilates, badminton, drawing and playing board games.

"My favourite aspect of the work I do for the team is solving problems with practical solutions. My goal is to have a positive impact on a client's approach to the health of their teeth & gums and to give them confidence in what they can do to improve their oral hygiene. When I feel I have made a difference it's a good day at work!"
Ailsa Hall GDC No. 209443

Sophie Godsman

Sophie graduated from Dundee University with Distinction in 2015. She then made the move to Edinburgh and since has gone on to do further training in airflow, the treatment of peri-implantitis and teeth whitening.

As a dental hygienist Sophie enjoys educating and empowering others on how to improve both their dental and overall health. She realises each patient is unique and that what works for one may not work for another. Sophie looks to find solutions and provide unique advice tailored to each individual client to achieve and maintain their oral health.

“Outside of work I enjoy travelling and shopping; as a wise man once said, a girl can never have too many shoes!”
Sophie Godsman BSc Oral Health Science Dundee 2015, Dental Hygienist/Therapist, GDC No. 257792

Jean Inglis

Jean is the Practice Manager. In 2008 she gained a Diploma in Management. She has a wealth of experience and can assist with any questions or queries that may arise.
“I am dedicated to the smooth running of the practice together with making sure our clients and team are well looked after. In my spare time I enjoy golf, running and scuba diving.”

Lucy Tait

Lucy qualified as a dental nurse in 1982 when she had the privilege of working with one of the UK’s first implant surgeons. This experience, along with her very friendly and well organised approach, enables her to empathise with our clients needs and aspirations.

Lucy has two daughters and enjoys spending time with her family, friends and walking her dog.

“I am a “people person” and one of the most enjoyable aspects of my role is interacting with our clients both established and new. Helping them to experience a first class journey through the practice is my ultimate goal”

Monika Krzyzanowska

Monika qualified as a Dental Nurse in 2016.

“My dental journey started in 2014 and two years later I gained my NEBDN qualification graduating from Edinburgh College. I joined Integrated Dentalcare in 2016 and since then I have had the privilege of assisting with many interesting surgical procedures and treatments. In my spare time I love to travel, also enjoy gardening and hand crafts.”
Monika Krzyzanowska Dental Nurse, GDC No.265804

Patricia Ann Farrell Dental Nurse

Patricia qualified as a Dental Nurse in August 2007 and joined Integrated Dentalcare in December 2012. She is a hard working, productive and a versatile member of our team.

She enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends. Her hobbies include visiting new places, DIY, watching films and cleaning!

“I love my work and find it very interesting. I am constantly learning new things. It’s a great team to work with and I enjoy meeting all the amazing clients. I feel I am very lucky.”
Patricia Farrell GDC No. 124848

Mairi Ferguson

Mairi qualified as a Dental nurse in February 2013. Since then she has completed courses in impression taking in December 2014 and dental photography in March 2017.

Mairi joined Integrated Dentalcare in June 2017. She enjoys learning new techniques, getting to know the clients and working as a team.

“In my spare time I enjoy competing with my pony. I’m also an active member of the Young farmers Club, taking part in badminton, netball and a yearly charity show.”
Mairi Ferguson Dental Nurse, GDC No. 243678
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