Amy started out in Dentistry in 2002 as a Dental Nurse before graduating from the University of Birmingham (UK) in 2009 with a BSc in Dental Hygiene and Therapy. Amy enjoys her varied role as a Dental Therapist and is always striving to expand her knowledge and skills with further training in order to always provide patients with up to date treatment options.
Amy has a passion for helping patients with Periodontal Disease. Amy’s enthusiasm and skill in treating periodontal disease has resulted in her working at Specialist Practices as well as at the Birmingham Dental Hospital, where she has also carried out clinical research.
Amy is always the first to tell patients that her main role in dentistry is to give them the information, tools and techniques to allow them to achieve and maintain healthier mouths for the rest of their lives.
Amy has a great deal of experience treating nervous and dental phobic patients and will always provide treatment at your pace to ensure your comfort and satisfaction in achieving the smile you want!
Amy is originally from Canada but moved to Europe in 2001. Having lived in Norway, Northern Ireland, Germany and England she would admit to having a very peculiar accent now. She loves castles so has happily settled in Warwickshire (mainly for the castles!) and enjoys getting outside into nature as much as possible.