For Patients

We are an independent Dental Practice, owned by Dentists that work at the Practice, rather than a large Corporate company. We believe this allows us to be more accountable to our patients, and more in touch with our patients needs. It also means that patients are able to speak directly to the owners of the Practice.

Our Dentists:

Dr Barrie Huxtable, Practice Partner. Qualified BChD from Leeds University in 1997. He then joined the Royal Navy as a Dental surgeon. He spent five years in The Royal Navy, including two years with The Royal Marines. He then decided to return to his home town and has been at the Practice since 2002 when he took over from his childhood Dentist. GDC number 73241

Professor James Prichard, BDS(ULond); MSc(ULond); LDSRCS(Eng); MFGDP(UK);FIADFE(USA)
Visiting Professor and Programme Leader, MClinDent in Endodontology at BPP University working with the City of London Dental School.
Available for Endodontic Referrals (Root Canal Treatment) and Private General Dentistry. GDC number 69957.

Mr Jeremy Rowe, Practice Partner, qualified BDS from Bristol University in 1988 and has been at the Practice since 1992. GDC number 63917.

Dr Rehanna Beckhurst, facial aesthetics and cosmetic dentistry expert. She has a particular interest in tooth whitening and Botox treatments. GDC number 210244

Dr Helen Pang, General Dentistry including NHS and Private cosmetic Dentistry. GDC number 66746.

All five Dentists are up to date with all modern concepts in dental treatment and prevention.

Our preventive Dentistry philosophy is also supported by our Hygienist Mrs Dee Benton (GDC number 3123).

Practice Manager Mrs Sarah Huxtable BSc (Hons) Clinical Physiology, Registered Dental Nurse, Diploma in Business Management
Receptionists: Faye Bliman and Julia Rowe.

We provide emergency dental cover, please call us 24/7.
During office hours our receptionists will be able to book you an emergency appointment.
Outside of working hours our answerphone will direct Denplan and Private Patients to the on-call duty Dentist. NHS patients will need to call 111.