About Denpure Dental Practice
Our practice ethos is to continuously promote dental health by constantly reinforcing disease prevention methods and recommending regular dental check up.
Meet the team
Principal Dental Surgeon
Santosh graduated in 1999 and pursued further education, which took him to Australia for a primary Fellowship from the University of Sydney. He completed his final Fellowship (FDSRCPSGlasg) from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 2002 and started a role in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in Torbay Hospital, South Devon. Following this, he started working within general practice where he has remained since 2004.
Santosh has previously held the role of post graduate examiner for MFDS (Member of Faculty of Dental Surgery) for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow as well as the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
Santosh is extremely driven and has a passion for dentistry. Cosmetic work, oral surgery and implant surgery are amongst his strengths. He strives for patient satisfaction and assisting those in emergencies to help provide relief. With that in mind, Santosh regularly attends CPD (continuing professional development) courses to learn about the latest advances within the industry enabling him to offer the best treatment options for his patients.
In his spare time, Santosh enjoys criket, badminton, cooking and music.
GDC Number: 118262
Having graduated in dentistry in 2001 and passing MFDS RCSEd in 2012, Mandeep became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
Although she enjoys all aspects of general dentistry she has a special interest in Periodontics (gum disease) and completed a Masters in Clinical Periodontology from the University of Central Lancashire in 2016, passing with merit.
Mandeep has a strong belief in patient education and prevention and her main focus is about teaching patients how to better care for their teeth and gums to help prevent gum disease.
She regularly attends CPD (continuing professional development) courses, keeping herself up-to-date with the latest advances in dentistry so she can continue to offer the best possible treatment to her patients.
In her spare time, Mandeep enjoys gardening and music, and spending time with her husband Pav and two children.
GDC Number: 113855
Nipa joined Denpure in 2013 following work in a community dental service and general practice in Shropshire. She graduated in dentistry in 1997, and went on to pass her MJDF exams in 2014, and is now a proud member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.
Nipa has a Special Interest in Endodontics (Root canal treatment) and in 2017 completed an MSc in Endodontics from the world-renowned Eastman Dental Hospital, UCL, London; passing with Merit. Her aim is to be able to provide enhanced root canal treatment which is pain-free.
She uses the latest technologies such as Rotary and reciprocating system, CBCT scans and Warm Obturation methods which enables her patients to retain their teeth for longer.
Nipa also works part-time at a dental practice in Oxford and Wimbledon, limiting her work to private Endodontics. At Denpure, she accepts endodontic referrals from dentists and external practices privately.
In her spare time, she loves taking part in Indian classical dance, and enjoys cooking as well as spending time with her husband and son.
GDC Number: 183744
Having graduated in dentistry in 2006, Roshani has a particular
interest in oral surgery, invisalign, cosmetic dentistry and
She actively attends CPD (continuing professional development courses) keeping herself up-to-date with the latest innovations within the industry and thrives off of learning from colleagues by peer review.
Patient satisfaction is paramount for Roshani and so she often spends time with her colleagues discussing clinical cases for their professional opinion.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband Enoki and their two children.
GDC Number: 251832
Manika qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2014 and carried out her foundation training in Dorchester, Dorset. She joined Denpure in February 2018 where she has become very popular with our patients.
Manika enjoys all aspects of dentistry and takes particular satisfaction in helping anxious patients feel at ease. She is experienced in smile makeovers, Invisalign and cosmetic dentistry.
In her spare time, Manika enjoys keeping fit, travelling and exploring the beautiful countryside.
GDC Number: 267439
Angela graduated in 2015, from the University of Dental Medicine of Porto in Portugal, then moved to the UK in 2017 where she has worked in general dentistry providing preventative care and helping patients maintain optimal oral health.
Since qualifying, Angela has attended several post graduate courses in areas such as Invisalign, cosmetic dentistry and facial aesthetics. She also enjoys helping patients overcome dental fear by keeping up with the latest updates for more conservative dentistry.
In her spare time, Angela enjoys sports, travelling, discovering nature trails and spending time with friends and family.
GDC Number: 82794
Specialist Oral Surgeon
Manas is a post graduate examiner for MFDS (Member of Faculty of Dental Surgery) for the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and has over 20 years experience in oral cases, including cases of difficult extractions, wisdom teeth removal and other minor oral surgical procedures.
He works as an associate specialist in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery department in Wexham Park Hospital.
Manas is very focused and passionate about dentistry and strives for perfection in every procedure regardless of size, his prime objective is providing quality care to patients and offering the best treatments possible,
In his spare time Manas loves to travel and often enjoys eating out with friends and family.
GDC Number: 208044
Natasha is a qualified hygienist from Eastman Dental Hospital.
She is a very friendly and cheerful person who both staff and patients are very fond of.
In her spare time, Natasha enjoys aerobics, spin and general exercise. She is an Arsenal fan and often enjoys watching the football and spending time with her family and friends.
GDC Number: 4465
Lorraine qualified as a Dental Hygienist in 1993 from the Eastman Dental Institute, London. With many years' experience working in private dental practice, Lorraine has an excellent chair-side manner and is skilled at putting nervous patients at ease.
She is passionate at helping children prevent tooth decay and has enjoyed giving dental health education presentations to parents, children and the staff at Hillingdon PCT.
In her spare time, Lorraine enjoys travelling (so much so that she got married in Antartica), spending time with her two sons and going on various adventures with her energetic labrador, Lucy.
GDC Number: 206287
Indu joined Denpure in 2009. She is a qualified dental nurse and valued member of our team. Since completing an oral health education course from King’s College London in September 2014, she has been actively involved in providing oral health education to our patients.
She is a very polite and friendly person and is liked by both patients and staff.
In her spare time, Indu likes gardening, music, reading and spending time with her children.
GDC Number: 266328
Joanna joined Denpure in 2018.
She is a fully qualified dental nurse and is very hardworking.
She is a huge support to our nursing team and has an excellent work ethic.
In her spare time, Joanna enjoys spending time with her family.
GDC Number: 285031
Kamini joined Denpure in 2017.
She is a fully qualified dental nurse. Kamini is extremely hard working and constantly learning and improving her skills.
She is a well-liked member of the team.
In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music and cooking.
Trainee Dental Nurse
Flo joined Denpure in 2020.
She is a trainee dental nurse and working hard towards her training and development.
Flo is very polite and friendly and always strives to do her best.
In her spare time, Flo loves to spend time with her family.
Trainee Dental Nurse
Cristina joined Denpure in October 2020. She is a trainee dental nurse and working hard towards her training and development. Cristina is very polite and friendly and is a great team player.
In her spare time, Cristina enjoys studying and spending time with her family.
Trainee Dental Nurse
Harjit joined Denpure in April 2021. She is a trainee dental nurse and working hard towards her training and development. She is constantly learning and improving her skills. In her spare time, Harjit loves travelling and spending time with her family.
Trainee Dental Nurse
Sabnam joined Denpure in April 2021. She is a trainee dental nurse and working hard towards her training and development.
Sabnam is very polite and friendly and is a great team player. In her spare time she enjoys studying, spending time with her family, and traveling.
Natasha joined Denpure in 2020. Having worked in a variety of industries, she brings a positive working attitude and a wealth of customer service experience spanning 7 years.
Outside of the practice, she is an actor and loves going to the cinema. She often spends her time crafting or caring for the environment.
Sophie joined Denpure in 2021. She has worked in dentistry for over 7 years, she started training to be a dental nurse in 2016 and qualified in 2017. She works hard and always has the patients’ best interests at heart.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, as well as getting creative and making handmade & personalised gifts.
After completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Texas, Carelia moved to the UK and joined Denpure in 2020. She has over 5 years of experience in the healthcare industry and enjoys working with patients.
In her spare time Carelia enjoys travelling and spending time with her family.
GDC Number: 133324
Rachael started her career in dentistry as a qualified nurse in 2004, still remaining on the GDC register and now CQC Registered Manager here at Denpure. Her experience and knowledge has enabled her to continuously learn and better herself during her dental career. Rachael was successful in qualifying in Dental Radiography in 2008 and ILM Level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management in 2011.
Rachael still exercises her nursing skills at Denpure when needed, still keeping up to date with the knowledge and high standards required.
Rachael’s main focus at Denpure is to encourage, lead and set a high example of excellent patient care , while adhering to high compliance standards.
Rachael is a personal trainer in her spare time and can be found in the local gyms motivating and teaching her skills there too.
Our advice to all
"There is nothing better than a natural tooth therefore maintain their good health by practicing recommended oral hygiene maintenance regime and by following the dietary advice given by professional."
We would like to welcome you on the behalf of team and aim to provide you high standard of service in professional and relaxed environment/atmosphere.
Getting to know you
Our practice is tailored to patient needs and requirements. We spend good time with patients learning about their past experiences, any nervousness/apprehension and expectations in order to meet them at our level best.
Our aims are:
- To provide consistently good service to meet patient needs and expectations.
- To work in the best interest of patients.
- To respect patient’s dignity and choices.
- To provide full explanation of all the possible treatment options with relevant pros and cons of each in order for patients to make an informed decision.
- To ensure all team members working with honesty in the best interest of patients.
- To keep whole team up to date with the latest concepts to provide best evidence based treatment.
There are nine principles registered dental professionals must keep to at all times. As a GDC registrant we must:
- Put patients’ interests first
- Communicate effectively with patients
- Obtain valid consent
- Maintain and protect patients’ information
- Have a clear and effective complaints procedure
- Work with colleagues in a way that is in patients’ best interests
- Maintain, develop and work within your professional knowledge and skills
- Raise concerns if patients are at risk
- Make sure your personal behaviour maintains patients’ confidence in you and the dental profession