Paul HR Wilson
BSc(Hons) BDS(Hons) MSc FDSRCPS FDS(RestDent) DipDSed
Clinical Director & Consultant in Restorative Dentistry GDC No: 72955
Mr Paul HR Wilson graduated from Glasgow University with Honours in Medical Biochemistry and then Dental Surgery. He completed postgraduate specialist training at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Guy's & St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College London, and the University of Alberta, Canada. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons.
Paul is the Director of Bath Dental Clinic, as well as Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, based at the John Radcliffe Hospital. There he is responsible for oral rehabilitation of head and neck cancer patients, and dental trauma.
Paul was Consultant in Restorative Dentistry and Senior Clinical Lecturer at Bristol Dental Hospital and The Royal United Hospital, Bath, from 2006 until 2014. At Bristol Dental Hospital he was Lead Consultant for Oral Rehabilitation.
Referrals are accepted for dental implant treatment, cosmetic dentistry, full-mouth rehabilitation, challenging denture cases, occlusal problems, and second opinions. Paul offers care under inhalational or intravenous conscious sedation.
Paul also co-authored the international dental undergraduate textbook, 'Churchill's Clinical Dentistry'.
BA BDentSci(Hons) MJDF RCS(Ed) FHEA
Practice Limited to Endodontics GDC No. 193648
Mr Robert Kelly graduated in 2010 from Trinity College, Dublin. He has broad based experiences working in both primary and secondary hospital based specialist services including oral and maxillofacial surgery, restorative dentistry, paediatric dentistry and oral surgery.
Robert has worked as a Clinical Lecturer at the University of Birmingham where he was undertaking specialist training in restorative dentistry as well as teaching undergraduate dental students.
Robert is currently undertaking a post-graduate specialist training programme in Endodontology (root canal treatment) at King’s College, London while at the same time coming to the final stages of his PhD. His research interests include the behaviour of dental biomaterials in extreme oral environments. Robert is an active member of the British Endodontic Society, and he accepts referrals for all aspects of root canal treatments, re-treatments, and assessing restorability of teeth.
BDS MSc MClinDent MRD RCS MFDS RCS
Specialist Periodontist GDC No. 72250
Mr Hatem Algraffee qualified BDS from the Royal London Dental Hospital.
In 2004, Hatem completed four years full-time specialist training in Periodontology at Guy's & St Thomas' Dental Institute, under the mentorship of Professor Richard Palmer.
Hatem has been a Specialist Clinical Teacher at Guys Hospital, visiting lecturer for London Dental Education Centre (LonDEC) and a Postgraduate Dental Examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Hatem has lectured extensively, gives regular webinars and study clubs. Hatem now dedicates his time to Specialist Periodontics in private practice and lecturing for PerioAcademy. (http://www.perioacademy.co.uk)
Hatem accepts referrals for all aspects of periodontal diseases and he has developed a subspecialty interest in soft tissue regeneration, including root coverage and aesthetic periodontal procedures.
BDS MJDF MClinDent MPaedDent RCS
Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry GDC No. 191816
Miss Sarah Tukmachi graduated as a dental surgeon from the University of Bristol in 2010. She has undertaken several training posts in leading teaching hospitals across the country including oral and maxillofacial surgery, restorative dentistry and paediatric dentistry.
Sarah has recently completed her clinical specialty training in Paediatric Dentistry at the Royal London Dental Hospital with rotations at Great Ormond Street Hospital, gaining membership of the Royal College of Surgeons. Alongside her specialty training Sarah completed a clinical masters in Paediatric Dentistry at Queen Mary University London, developing her research interest in the facial growth of children with haemoglobinopathies. She is also an Honorary Tutor at the Royal London Dental Hospital.
Sarah has a committed interest in the treatment of anxious and very young children. She aims to provide a holistic approach to every child’s dental treatment, and she accepts referrals for traumatic dental injuries, tooth-coloured and stainless steel crowns, behaviour management, immature root canal treatment, management of the developing dentition and dental anomalies, treatment of dental decay and dental extractions. Treatment can be delivered under inhalation sedation.
Practice Limited to Conscious Sedation GDC No. 61107
Mr Calum Macpherson qualified from Edinburgh University in 1986. Since qualifying, Calum has set up St Michael’s Dental Surgery, Bath where he has developed a practice with an excellent reputation for successfully working with anxious dental patients. A major milestone was achieved in 2009 when the practice relocated to a brand new, striking, contemporary premises (www.nofeardentists.com).
Calum has also been closely involved in the teaching of dental sedation to dental students, newly qualified dentists and dental nurses. He also worked part-time at the sedation unit at Cardiff Dental Hospital and at the Oral Surgery Department, Royal United Hospital, Bath. Calum has over thirty years of conscious sedation experience.
Diploma in Dental Therapy
Dental Therapist GDC No. 10751
Mrs Josie Stockley qualified in Dental Therapy from The Royal London in 1977. She then spent ten years treating medically compromised patients and those with behavioural issues at St Georges Hospital, London. Josie also worked in Perth, Australia for the West Australian Health Board, where she treated children by carrying out the full range of Dental Therapist duties.
Josie also works at The University Hospital, Bristol where she has carried out extensive restorative and preventative work on a variety of patients. Josie has worked as a part-time tutor at Bristol Dental Hospital since October 2005 and this role has enabled her to train hygienists to increase their skills by learning restorative and preventative techniques.
At Bath Dental Clinic Josie focuses her care on the prevention of periodontal, dental and peri-implant diseases. She is happy to accept referrals from GDP colleagues who may not have this access for their patients. Josie is also happy to accept direct access patients.
CEB Cert in Dental Hygiene, FAETC
Dental Hygienist GDC No 2766
Mrs Jenny Woolley qualified as a Dental Hygienist from The Royal London Dental Hospital in 1984.
Since then she has worked in both NHS/Private Practice and the Hospital Service. For the past 30 years she has worked part-time at Bristol University Dental Hospital, first as a staff dental hygienist gaining experience treating complex periodontal disease, medically compromised, phobic and oncology patients. After completing training in teaching she began working as a tutor, training student dental hygienists. She has also lectured at postgraduate level across the South West. She has recently been involved in a quality improvement project for United Bristol Healthcare Trust called Mouth Care Matters which aims to improve the oral care of dependent inpatients.
She is passionate about helping patients reach optimum oral health to stabilise their gum health and maintain implants. Jenny is happy to accept direct access patients at Bath Dental Clinic.