Mike qualified at University College London in 1991. He became an associate in Northamptonshire and then Bristol, before settling in Wiltshire. In 1996 he opened Eastgate House Dental Practice in Malmesbury and over several years built it, on reputation, into a very busy and successful practice. During this time he also expanded his skills by spending two years as a clinical assistant in Oral Surgery at Frenchay Hospital Bristol. Subsequently, for ten years, he held a clinical assistant post in Orthodontics at Great Western Hospital Swindon.
Nick has lived and worked in Cornwall for over 13 years now. In his spare time he is a piano playing, mountain biking, roller coaster rider. Not at the same time we should add. He has played the piano for many years and loves the mental relaxation that this provides. Nick has ridden roller-coasters all over the world and is a member of The European Coaster Club and The Roller-coaster Club of Great Britain. With the latest trip to Dubai the group rode the fastest roller-coaster in the world at 150mph. He also often visits the South Wales Biking Parks of Cwmcarn and Afan Forest Park to mountain bike.
Graham has accomplished an extraordinary amount is his career to date, he has pushed himself since graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2012. He moved to Cornwall after graduating to complete his formal dental training and worked for 2 years as a Senior House Officer in the Oral & Maxillofacial Department of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals’ Trust. This gave him experience in surgery and management of complex oral conditions such as TMJ dysfunction.
Alan graduated from Cardiff University with Honours in 2012. From there he went on to work in Newport Gwent hospital as a Maxillofacial Senior House Officer. Being one of the busiest maxillofacial Centres in the UK, Alan gained a wealth of experience in providing complex medical and dental care. This gave him a solid surgical background and knowledge base.
Mark moved to Cornwall with his wife Stella in January 2008 so that they could raise their young family in one of the most beautiful areas of the country. He cycled from Lands’ End to John O’Groats in 2009 for MNDA and has not been on a bike since! You are more likely to find him on a golf course or spending time with his family.
Mark has always said that Dentistry is his hobby, he loves his job! He is passionate about dentistry and hopes that this shows in his work. He is continually pushing himself to advance his skills and keep up with the latest technologies, as you can read below.
Mark believes that trust is the cornerstone to building relationships with his clients and he uses digital imagery, 3D CBCT scans and bespoke models to help build this trust quickly. He invests heavily into his practice with the latest technology so that patients can benefit from the best care possible. This ranges from the latest 3D CBCT scanner, and intra-oral scanner to providing up-to date sterilisation equipment. Mark also takes pride in creating a relaxed environment for his patients care, which is evident at Pure.