GDC No: 64498
Endodontic treatment is the treatment of the inside of the tooth. Most of Endodontics comprises what is known as root canal treatment. It enables you to keep natural teeth as a healthy foundation for chewing, biting and smiling for years to come.
Endodontic treatment becomes necessary when the pulp of the tooth becomes inflamed or infected. The endodontist removes the inflamed or infected pulp, carefully and precisely cleans and shapes the inside of the tooth and fills and seals the space.
After root canal treatment by the endodontist, patients return to their own dentist for the tooth to be crowned or otherwise restored to function.
I qualified at Guy’s Hospital London in 1989 and was invited to stay as a House Office where I worked post-graduation. I worked in general practice for a time in Eastbourne and then moved to Lewes. I have a particular interest in Endodontics and have undergone advanced endodontic training at the Eastman Dental Hospital.
I completed The Postgraduate Certificate in Endodontics in 2007. I have continued my studies at the Eastman Dental Hospital and I was awarded the Diploma in Endodontic Practice from University College London in 2012. I am a member of the British Endodontic Society, I am a past president of the British Dental Association Brighton Section.
I accept an increasing number of referrals from dentists within my practice and other local practitioners. I have facilities to offer Intravenous Sedation and Dr Rex Yetton FRCA attends our practice for regular sessions to provide this service.
Monday 08:30 till 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 till 16:30
Wednesday 08:30 till 16:30
Thursday 08:30 till 16:30
Friday from 08:30 till 16:30
In the event of an out of hours emergency, please call the practice for advice on 01273 472248.
We have a large car park to the rear of our building and all facilities are at ground level.