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Meet the team

All four of our dentists at Roseacre Cottage in Bearsted are experienced General Dental Council registered practitioners who qualified in London. Each has a special area of expertise enabling us to offer a wide breadth of treatment options in-house. We adhere to – and surpass – strict guidelines set by the General Dental Council.


  • Simon Courtney
    Partner
    Dentist BDS (Lond) 1983, DGDP(UK) 1998, LDS RCS (Eng) 1983, GDC no. 57531

    Simon has over 30 years of experience in Dental Surgery. He has a special interest in occlusal analysis and the treatment of bruxism and para function – or more simply put, the clenching and grinding of the teeth. He can provide occlusal splint therapy to help alleviate jaw joint pain and headaches whilst preventing further damage to the teeth. He is a member of the British Society of Occlusal Studies (BSOS).


  • Matthew Wall
    Partner
    Dentist BDS (Lon) 2001, DipImpDent RCS (Eng), GDC no. 79938

    Matthew is our in-house Implant Surgeon, who has postgraduate qualifications from The Royal College of Surgeons. Matthew also has skills in oral surgery and has postgraduate qualifications from the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute.


  • Rebecca Heath
    Associate dentist BDS (Lond) 2000, GDC no. 78170

    Rebecca has a keen interest in facial aesthetics and you can have confidence that she is professionally trained to safely provide effective anti-wrinkle injections and improve the facial contours with dermal fillers. Rebecca has completed a Master Class in Facial Aesthetics at the Royal College of Surgeons.


  • Lyndsey Beecroft
    Associate dentist BDS (Lond) 2001, GDC no. 79821

    Lyndsey is especially skilled in the treatment of anxious patients and children. She gained her skills treating children in the Paediatric Department at Guy's Dental hospital and has been trained to provide conscious sedation by the Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry (SAAD).