Dr. Nelson Poon.
BDS. (Lond) M.Clin.Dent. (Prosthodontics), L.D.S. R.C.S.(Eng).
Nelson has been a Clinical Examiner and a Clinical Lecturer at King’s College Dental Institute, University of London since 2004, where he also teaches Prosthodontology on their Masters Degree programme.
He qualified at King’s College, London. He gained his Masters Degree in the specialist field of Prosthodontics from Guy’s, King’s and St.Thomas’ Dental Institute. This field of dentistry is of particular relevance to modern cosmetic treatment of broken down or missing teeth.
He set up the liaison between the Respiratory Medicine Department of King’s College Hospital and the Dental Institute at King’s College London (Denmark Hill site) to treat those patients suffering from snoring problems who could be treated with dental appliances. He lectures in this field at King’s College London.
Nelson is a keen cook and spends many happy hours of his spare time in his kitchen, indulging his hobby.
GDC No: 61874
Dr. Helen Poon.
BDS. (Lond) L.D.S. R.C.S.(Eng)
Helen qualified at King’s College, London and was subsequently selected for the most competitively sought after staff post in the Departments of Oral Surgery and Paedodontics (children's dentistry). During her time there she gained valuable experience in treating referred complex oral surgical and paedodontic cases that were beyond the scope of general practitioners.
Dr. Poon has undertaken postgraduate training in North America and Switzerland, particularly in the fields of Prosthodontics and Aesthetic Dentistry. These disciplines are relevant to the cosmetic treatment of missing teeth and smile makeovers.
She has a very relaxed and friendly manner, which helps to put even the most anxious people at their ease.
Helen enjoys reading and swimming, as well as making time to do Yoga and Pilates.
GDC No: 61903
Poppy qualified as a hygienist at King's College, London in 2004. She has a keen interest in long term prevention of gum disease. In 2014 she was a finalist in the national "hygienist of the year" award. This included a nomination for best treatment of nervous patients. She has postgraduate training in, amongst other things, teaching, anaesthetics and tooth whitening.
Outside of work she is a volunteer community first responder with South East Coast ambulance service. She has a qualifications in first aid and life support.
As a keen horsewoman, Poppy has achieved level 3 in her Parelli natural horsemanship training too. In her spare time she will either be horse riding or dog walking over the fields and woods close to where she lives in Kent.
GDC No: 6538
Tracey joined The Calverley Dental Practice just before we relocated to our present site. She has a wide experience of working within different types of practices during her time working with a dental nurse agency and we are very pleased that she felt that ours was the type of friendly, happy practice that she could work at on a permanent basis.
Her passions include horse riding, taking her two pugs on long walks and the theatre.
GDC No: 119936
Juliette joined us having recently moved into the area. She is calm, very capable and endlessly helpful. Her wide experience in nursing includes an additional qualification in radiology.
Her ready smile and cheerful personality is a very welcomed addition to our team. She spends her spare time decorating her new house, going on long walks and swimming.
GDC No: 175473
Rebekka has joined the practice as a trainee dental nurse and you will recognise her by her bright red hair.
She loves animals and keeps guinea pigs and she enjoys Yoga and reading.
GDC No: Trainee Dental Nurse
Vicky has joined our Reception team just prior to our re-location. Her cheerful and helpful personality has been much appreciated by the team as well as by our patients.
In her spare time, Vicky enjoys expressing her musicality by singing in her band which performs at weddings and Christmas parties.