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At Eustace Dental & Implant Clinic our highly skilled, friendly team shares the same single vision: we put you first. Together, we are dedicated to providing you with a first class experience, from the comfort of our reception to the very latest innovations in dental technology. We make sure you have the best possible care from the second you walk through the door.
Find out more about each of our practice team members below.
BDS (Lpool) 1985
GDC No. 60541
Although I was born in Scotland, I grew up in Liverpool and achieved my qualifications at Liverpool Dental School in December 1985. I began my career in general practice in various surgeries in the Liverpool area, which is where I met a young dental nurse Vivien who was later to become my wife. We moved to south east England in 1988, settling in the village of East Peckham and I started as an associate dental surgeon at Eustace & Partners on the 7th July 1988.
Vivien and I have two children, Calum was born in September 1989 and two years later my daughter Lorna was born, also in September.
I have always enjoyed my life at Eustace & Partners, it’s a happy and comfortable environment, so in 1998 after working at the practice for 10 years, I became a partner and became sole owner in 2012. I have never felt the particular desire to specialise in any one aspect of dentistry and enjoy the challenge of keeping up to date with the latest techniques. At Eustace & Partners, we are very lucky to be able to offer our patients the services of specialists that cover areas outside of my experience.
Beside my career I like to keep busy, after the usual demands of DIY and gardening, I enjoy spending time with my family, while fitting in some swimming, running and cycling, as I like to complete a few triathlons each year.
BDS (Lond) 1999
GDC No. 76563
After graduating in 1999 from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals I worked in the hospitals in the restorative dentistry and oral surgery departments. I then worked in practices in East Grinstead and Tunbridge Wells before joining Eustace & Partners in 2004. I have chosen not to specialise, preferring the variety of general practice.
I live in Sevenoaks and have three young daughters who take up most of my time away from work. When I get the chance I enjoy sailing, skiing and sewing.
BDS (Lond) 1983
GDC No. 58635
Louise gained her BDS from University College, London in December 1983. She subsequently gained her LDS from the Royal College of Surgeons in January 1984. Having spent the first ten years of her career working in private practice in Wimbledon, she moved to Kent at the end of 1992 for the birth of her second child and has lived and worked in Kent ever since. Louise has spent most of her career working in private practice and enjoys all aspects of dentistry, finding it particularly rewarding to help nervous patients to regain their confidence. She is also particularly interested in endodontics and aesthetic restorative techniques.
Louise is married with three grown-up children who all went to schools in the area and has lived in Offham for twenty years. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, gardening and reading.
BDS (Lond) 2001, MFDS RCS (Eng), 2003
GDC No. 79738
Manjinder is a Specialist Orthodontist.
She graduated as a Dental Surgeon from King's College London in 2001 with the award of two prizes in recognition of her academic achievements. She used her subsequent hospital and practice experience to develop a wide range of dental skills. This included paediatrics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, dental public health and the management of anxious patients. She simultaneously pursued two years of postgraduate study and achieved her MFDS qualification with the Royal College of Surgeons.
Manjinder then pursued her passion for Orthodontics by completing three years of full-time specialist training at Guy's hospital. She qualified there in 2008 with an MSc and MOrth, and was selected to represent Guys at on overseas exchange visit to Shanghai. Her research into orthodontic education earned a Distinction and was published in the European Journal of Dental Education. She has also published in the British Dental Journal and presented at the British Orthodontic Conference and at the British Orthodontic Society. Her professional memberships include the BOS, EOS and BDA.
Manjinder has experience in providing NHS and Private orthodontic treatment to children and adults in both hospital and specialist practice. She offers a range of treatments including invisible braces (fixed onto the inside of the teeth), clear ceramic braces, Damon braces, and other removable braces and retainers. Her aim is to provide treatment without removing teeth, to enhance facial as well as smile aesthetics for the long term. She is a down-to-earth and friendly professional who will guide you through your treatment options to determine a plan tailored to your individual needs.
BDS Lond 1990, MSc (Dental Implantology)
GDC No. 66155
Dr Stephen Franks graduated in Dentistry from University College Hospital London in 1990 and has practiced as a Dentist in the UK and abroad. Stephen has received extensive Implant training including a year long certificate course under the International Team for Implantology, a Masters Degree in Dental Implantology at Bristol University and advanced training in guided bone regeneration under Prof. Danny Buser, the world leader in this field, at the University of Bern.
Stephen enjoys teaching. He used to be a restorative clinical teacher at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Dental School and a clinical teacher for the MSc Programme in Dental Implantology at The University of Central Lancashire. He was recently appointed as an approved training mentor by Straumann.
Stephen excels at complex treatment planning, rebuilding dentitions at an advanced stage of disrepair. He spent eight years at a leading specialist dental centre, looking after patients referred for their complex and challenging dental treatments.
Stephen has a professional, patient and caring manner and is well liked by both his patients and his colleagues.
BDS (Sheff) 2001, MJDF RCS (Eng), MFDS RCP (Glas)
GDC No. 79497
Ben is a patient focused dentist who enjoys providing high quality evidence-based dentistry. He strives to combine both aesthetics and function to provide the best possible treatment. Throughout his career he embraced further training and education in order to develop professionally and improve his knowledge and skills for the benefit of his patients.
In the past 6 years he developed and nurtured an interest in periodontology. This started with attending lectures and study clubs and has progressed. He is now in the final year of study of a MClinDent in Clinical Periodontology. He utilises this knowledge and skills by delivering periodontal treatment to the more complex cases within the practices on a daily basis.
Ben joined the Army upon graduation and held the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He left the Army in 2019 and is enjoying working in a civilian practice.
Ben's aspiration is to complete the MClinDent and work both as a periodontist and general dentist whilst working towards acceptance on the Specialist list.
He is strong believer in lifelong learning and enjoys learning new and developing existing skills.
Ben attains CPD by reading journals, attending BDA section meetings, organising study days, attending peer reviews and clinical “hands on” meetings and attending the MClinDent modules.
BDS, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 2002
GDC No. 80609
Tori graduated from Newcastle Dental Hospital in 2002 and started her career in the North East. The first few years confirmed that general practice was what she really enjoyed - the variety of patients from the very young to the more mature, guaranteeing that no two days are ever the same. This passion for general practice led to her studying and passing the MJDF examinations in 2009, a post graduate qualification that is uniquely based on general dentistry rather than a specific speciality.
Relocation down South brought her to Sevenoaks, and she settled into a private practice Orpington, working there for over twelve years before joining the team at Eustace.
Her ethos is simple - a visit to the dentist should not be one that's dreaded. Building up a great dentist - patient relationship based on trust, kindness, being able to offer the highest quality of treatment and understanding of the patient's needs is paramount. She really enjoys the feeling of being part of a family practice that in itself is part of the community in which it's located.
In her spare time she enjoys running and skiing. You may often see her running around Sevenoaks with her dog in tow!
Practice Limited to Endodontics
BDS Lond 2012, MSc (Endodontics)
GDC No. 229012
Noman qualified as a dentist from King's College London in 2012. Following graduation, he worked for three years in general practice before pursuing his interest in Endodontics. Noman completed his Masters Degree at King's College London and has returned to complete his MClinDent to gain entry on to the Specialist list.
Since 2015 he has limited his practice to Endodontics and is experience with accepting referrals for complex root canal treatments, Apicectomies and re root treatments. Alongside private practice, he works at Guy's hospital in London at the Endodontic department. This role entails teaching undergraduate students in Endodontics.
Noman is committed to ongoing professional development. He regularly attends courses and conferences to keep his knowledge up to date. He was awarded Membership with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2015 and is a council member of the British Endodontic Society.
Noman has a calm and empathetic approach with his patients alongside high standards of treatment which allows his patients to feel at ease.
Dip Orth Therapy (Warw) 2012, Qual- National Certificate NEBDN 1998
GDC No. 135716
Natasha has been in dentistry for the past 26 years, during that time she gained knowledge and experience as a dental nurse and an orthodontic therapist for the past 5 years. In 2012 she volunteered for the dental department in the Olympic athlete’s village. This was a fantastic experience, which she is very proud to have been part of. During her time as a dental nurse she passed many national nursing exams. She worked in a general practice and private, specialist practice, periodontal surgery and implants in Harley street.
She has worked in Orthodontics for the past 12 years. She is a qualified orthodontic therapist.
CEB Cert in Dental Hygiene 1978
GDC No. 1737
I qualified from Guy’s Hospital school of dental hygiene in 1978 and have worked at Eustace and Partners since 1988 where I am extremely happy.
As a member of the Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy I regularly attend update courses. I have lived in the Sevenoaks area for most of my life and have lived around the world with my family.
I have two adult boys and a grand daughter. I enjoy sport, my garden, my family and travel.
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