- CBT Referrals
- Missing Teeth
As a denture expert Lee's in-depth knowledge and vast experience help him solve even the most difficult of denture issues. Lee's artistic flair and natural ability help ensure premium standards for every patient, no matter the challenge faced. As well as providing people with new confidence in the denture materials and treatment options available, Lee offers that much needed reassurance - the dentures he creates will more than meet with his patients' expectations.
As one of the original Clinical Dental Technicians in the UK to achieve a Diploma in Clinical Dental Technology from the Royal College of Surgeons England, Lee has made substantial contributions towards his profession and is recognised as one of the UK's leading Clinical Dental Technicians. For the past two years Lee has been a finalist at the UK's prestigious Dental Awards, where his denture service has been highly commended by the judging panel. Lee is also an active member of the British Association of Clinical Dental Technology. Lee is also well respected throughout the dental industry where he has worked closely with dentists for many years providing true to life dentures.
Dr Guy Mclellan is one of the UK’s few clinicians to hold the twin distinction of being both a qualified dentist and doctor.
He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England with more than a decade of experience in plastic and ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgery.
Since 2001, Guy has acted as an honorary consultant at Charing Cross Hospital, where he focuses on oral and maxillofacial surgery. His interest in implantology started in 1994 when he first began working with patients living with facial cancer, cleft lip and palate and other complex conditions.
Since then he has built a well-earned reputation as one of the field’s most skilled surgical implantologists, with an impeccable track record achieving outstanding results for his patients.
Guy particularly enjoys placing zygomatic and pterygoid implants with bone grafts, allowing patients with depleted jawbone to experience the transformative effects of implants.
In addition to clinical work, Guy lectures for implant technology leader Nobel Biocare and the Association of Dental Implantology. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and member of the European Association of Osseointegration.
Mr Sami Stagnell completed training at King’s College London in 2009.
Following graduation, Sami worked as senior house officer and staff grade in maxillofacial and oral surgery at the London NHS Trust and Barts. He also spent time as visiting postgraduate advisor (consultancy) and honorary clinical teacher at King’s College.
Sami is a member of the Faculty of Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) in Edinburgh and the Faculty of General Dentistry with the RCS England.
In 2015, Sami gained his MSc with merit in aesthetic dentistry from King’s College. He is currently embarked on a second MSc in skin ageing and aesthetic medicine with the University of Manchester.
In addition to postgraduate training, Sami has completed training in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) hypnosis and sedation. He uses these techniques to help nervous and anxious patients feel at ease during treatment.
Sami is active in several dental societies and organisations. He is vice-chair of the British Dental Association’s (BDA) Young Dentists Committee. He is also a Fellow in Clinical Leadership and Management with Health Education England, through which he works to support various UK healthcare projects.
Sami is on the specialist register for oral surgery. He provides all aspects of oral, facial aesthetic and implant surgery by referral.
Josh is a passionate dentist who is known for his caring attitude towards patients and he is committed to providing them with the highest standard of care, using the most up to date techniques.
Josh’s areas of interests are repairing and restoring extensively broken-down teeth and replacing missing teeth. He has a large amount of experience in treating complex cases, including those which are too complex for general dentists to carry out. He believes it is important to look at the mouth and jaw as a hole; planning holistic treatment plans which match individual patients’ desires.
Josh qualified with Honours from Kings College London in 2014. Following this he passed the membership examinations of the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and completed postgraduate programmes in aesthetic dentistry and helping anxious patients overcome their fears.
In 2017, after a highly competitive interview process, Josh was accepted onto a prestigious postgraduate programme at King's College London and Guy's Hospital. He is currently training with world leaders in the field of Prosthodontics; where he is specialising in treating complex cases involving tooth wear, dentures, dental implants, crowns and bridges.
What patients say about Josh;
“Josh was very professional, yet friendly at the same time. He took the time to explain everything in easy to understand terms and did a brilliant job when I needed an extraction and new denture”
“Having issues such as low threshold for pain, damaged teeth due to previous grinding and previous gastric reflux, strong gag reflex etc. I didn't know what to expect. But already on the first consultation he listened to my dental history very thoroughly examined my teeth, X rays, CT scan. He then explained to me how he could help me. I was suddenly after all these years feeling hopeful, a glimmer of hope and a solution to my long-standing problems with my teeth. And I was going to be able to smile without putting a hand, covering my teeth.
Once my treatment commenced, I was nothing but impressed by being included in the treatment plan. Someone was communicating with me and I felt listened to. I wasn't scared or ashamed of my teeth when I went to the clinic.
And for the first time I wasn't scared of feeling pain when having dental procedure. Because I received the amount required of local anaesthetic. If I started to have pain. I could just raise my hand to make Dr Josh aware of it. I got a device as well to rest my jaw so that I didn't get cramp in my jaw muscles.
Not only did Josh do a wonderful work on my teeth. They also played my favourite music on the computer to make me even more relaxed during my treatment.
The end result of my teeth is absolutely amazing! I cried of happiness when I saw my teeth. I can now laugh and smile. I don't need to put a hand over my mouth.”