All our dentists adhere to the strict guidelines governing the profession under strict guidance from the General Dental Council (GDC) "Standards for Dental Professionals".
Prue has been involved in dentistry since 2000 when she began a degree in dental technology at the University of Otago, New Zealand. She was awarded the Dental Technicians Board of New Zealand Prize in her final year and began work as a dental technician fabricating crowns and bridges. Prue settled in UK in 2007 and took up dental nursing at the Harley Street Dental Clinic
Prue undertook further training as a hygienist and dental therapist at Kings College Hospital. She enjoys the challenge of complex periodontal cases and working with patients to improve habits and behaviours around oral health. Prue sees her patients as individuals and tailors her treatment approach accordingly.
Prue has done voluntary dental work in Tanzania over a number of years where she has worked with several orphanages and the dental charity Bridge2Aid. She delivered dental and medical supplies to the orphanages and provided oral health education to the children and carers. For this work Prue was awarded Colgate Unsung Hero in 2012 which included a £5000 grant to further fund the dental treatment for the street children.
Outside of work, Prue loves to travel and the outdoors, and is getting back into scuba diving.