Let's face it, it’s never nice going to see the dentist and we understand that which is why we go the extra mile to make you feel at ease, especially if you have not been to the dentist for a while. Why not meet the team and try our Meet & Greet service, just fill in the form and we’ll give you a call to meet one of the team. It’s a great way to get to meet your new dental carer if you are feeling nervous about the treatment you may need, we won’t charge you for the appointment and we won't be doing any treatment. If your happy, we can then move on to booking you in for a consultation or even a checkup, but it's up to you, there is no obligation and we will never provide any treatment that you do not want. So, just give us a call now or fill in the form, it really is that simple!
Simon Miles DIP
Royal College of Surgeons (Eng)
Clinical Dental Technician
Director & Partner
I feel really privileged to be able to do what I do. I know not many people enjoy their job as much as I do and even though I have been doing this since I was a schoolboy, I still get very excited about it today. I love meeting all the wonderful people that come to my clinic and I like being able to help people. I get a huge sense of achievement when I provide a new denture, knowing that in many cases I have changed someone's life whether it’s because they can finally eat their food better or because they’ve been given the confidence to smile again.
Dental Nursing is a rewarding job and I have a driving ambition to be the best that I can be. It can be a challenge at times but its great fun and the Smiles Centre is a lovely place to work!
Trainee Dental Nurse
I started working at Smiles Centre April 2016 as a Trainee Dental Nurse and find that it is a very rewarding job to have. The team here are great and work well together so that we can give the best care to our patients.
I love being able to really get to know our patients so that it is more than just a trip to the dentist for them which helps to create a nice atmosphere here at Smiles Centre.
I qualified as a nurse in May 2014 and joined Smiles Centre in August 2016 and can honestly say it is a place like no other. I enjoy working with the team and am developing my skills every day. I enjoy helping every patient to have the best possible dental experience and I am also looking forward to have a long future in dentistry with a lot more qualifications.
Kate Hollands BDS (Wales)
MFDS RCPS (Glasg)
National Certificate NEBDN 2006
As a supervisor at the Smiles Centre, it is my responsibility to make sure that all dental products are constructed and delivered in the correct manner. As a senior nurse, I also help out with some general nursing procedures.
Director & Partner
Smiles Centre is a great place to work, Simon and I have spent the last four years putting together the best possible team because we realise that to have a strong team you need to have the right people with the right attitude. We also know that to give the very best quality of care it helps to have a very diverse range of skill sets so that every team member compliments the next. We are also constantly striving to improve the experience of our patients by going above and beyond what is expected of us. Delivering a great service every time is an incredible feeling.
GDC: To Be Confirmed
I enjoy working as a Dental Nurse because I get to work with people, this gives me the opportunity to interact with people from different backgrounds. I love what I do and it always gives me the greatest satisfaction to see patient happy and smile at the of their treatments.
Charles Hardman BDS (UK)
Wales BSc (Hons)
I have wide experience in the dental field including attained the rank of Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy and has led to a special interest in all aspects of General Practice and a dedication to the provision of high-quality care for all the family in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Dental Hygienist & Therapist
I have been with the smiles centre since April 2016, the team here have made me very welcome. I qualified as a dental hygienist within the Royal Navy in 2001 and more recently a qualified dental therapist at Bristol dental school in 2011. I enjoy treating nervous patients, children, and advanced periodontal disease. I also help out voluntarily with the Saint Bernard rescue, and have 2 Saint Bernards and 1 Newfoundland. I also enjoy giving my time to do voluntary dental work as part of the oral health for developing countries team.