01208 813816 or 816668
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You no longer need to see the dentist first to book in with the hygienist. We can now accept direct access to the hygienist on a fee paying basis whether you are registered with the practice or not. The cost for this is £50. Please click here to book


Kimberley Gillespie – Dental Hygiene Therapist GDC No 169869

Kimberley qualified as a hygienist and therapist in 2012, with distinction, from Bart’s and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, and won four awards including the Oral B award for clinical excellence in hygiene and therapy. Prior to this, Kimberley worked as a dental nurse for eight years including gaining vast experience working alongside specialist periodontists which spurred her on to pursue a career as a hygienist/therapist.

Outside of work, Kim is kept busy with three sons and a spaniel and enjoys tiring them out on the beach!




Victoria Augier – Dental Therapist GDC No 171264

Victoria started her career in dentistry in 2001 as a dental nurse, then qualified from Newcastle Dental Hospital in 2008 with a diploma in Hygiene and Therapy. With having worked in numerous dental practices both as a nurse and as a hygienist and therapist, Victoria brings a wealth of experience in treating a wide range of patients. Her passion lies with treating children and anxious patients. She strongly believes giving children a positive dental experience will help to establish a healthy dental attitude for life.

Outside of work Victoria is kept very busy with two young sons, two dogs and a husband! They’re always out and about enjoying the gorgeous Cornish surroundings.





Louise Jefford – Dental Therapist GDC No 122216

Louise qualified as a dental nurse in 1996 and after 22 years in family based practice in West Cornwall she was inspired to pursue a change of direction. In 2015, she successfully won a place at King’s College Hospital London to study Dental Hygiene and Therapy. Qualifying with the diploma in June 2017, and having been awarded the GSK prize for ‘The Best Student in Child Therapy’, she then decided to return home to her Cornish roots. Louise has a passion for Dental Hygiene and loves getting to know her patients. She believes that treating the people she meets holistically is of great importance in helping them achieve good oral health. In her spare time, she likes Geocaching in the Cornish countryside, collecting local art and mid-century furniture but her main love is gardening, and when she isn’t gardening she is usually visiting gardens or thinking about gardens.