Meet the team
I grew up in Germany and graduated from Aachen University in Germany with a master’s degree in 2000. After obtaining my PhD from the same university in 2005 in the field of restorative dentistry, I decided to come to England.
I had worked in various practices before taking over Daventry Dental Care in 2009. I am a member of the Verein deutscher Zahnaerzte as well as of the British Dental Association.
My practice has a special interest in the fields of restorative and aesthetic dentistry. However, I like all aspects of advanced prosthodontics (replacement of missing teeth with permanent or removable appliances). When performing root canals I use a gentle rotary file system, which provides a high degree of predictable success.
I am passionate about creating beautiful smiles with both natural form and function. I am proud that I can bring back beautiful, healthy smiles which restore patients’ self-confidence. My dental treatment is customised to ensure that the need of each individual patient is met.
I am fortunate to be able to utilise some of the best cosmetic dental laboratories in England, so the crowns and porcelain laminates look and function great. I regularly attend training courses around the world.
My philosophy is a thorough approach to designing a complete and healthy smile in harmony with the very best aesthetics.
Bhavya Reddy qualified as a Dentist in India and moved to UK in 2007 and did my Vocational training in Cumbria and have had experience of working as an associate dentist for the last 6 years in Leicestershire.
I have started my Masters course in Restorative Dentistry at Plymouth University and enjoy doing all aspects of General Dentistry. I enjoy challenging cases. I am good with nervous and anxious patients. I have been told I am a very good team player and speak my mind. I make patients feel at ease and make a difference to their life by providing the best dental care.
During my spare time I enjoy going for long walks,cooking, gardening and travelling. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends.
Arti graduated from King’s College London in 2012. Since qualifying, she has built a reputation amongst her patients for her caring and passionate approach. She is a strong believer in providing modern, minimally invasive dentistry to create beautiful, long lasting smiles.
Having invested heavily in her postgraduate training, Arti has achieved a diploma in Primary Dental Care awarded from the University of Kent. This includes training at the prestigious Avanti Academy Harley Street Clinic, to provide the highest quality facial aesthetic and skin rejuvenation treatments.
She is able to offer a range of dental and facial cosmetic procedures, using the most modern, evidence based techniques to produce natural-looking, predictable results.
Arti has a particular interest in facial aesthetic treatments and the provision of same-day aesthetic ceramic restorations using the latest cad-cam technology. Outside of dentistry, Arti enjoys reading, hiking and travelling.
Dr Cope uses the Osstem and Nobel Biocare implant systems and has over 20 years experience in this procedure.
He qualified from Birmingham Dental Hospital in 1992. He then worked as an associate in Bromsgrove carrying out routine dentistry and Oral Surgery under General Anaesthetic. He also worked in a local Oral Surgery department under local and general anaesthetic. In 1998 he gained a certificate in restorative dentistry from St Ann’s in Manchester. He also has successfully completed an implant dentistry course.
Hello, my name is Amita Peet and I am the sedationist at Daventry Dental Care. I qualified from Newcastle Dental Hospital in 1993 and initially worked in Paediatric Dentistry and Oral Surgery. Since then I have worked in the Community dental services, treating patients with special needs and dental phobias. I completed the Diploma in Dental Sedation at Guy’s Hospital in 2002, which enhanced my ability to help people with dental phobias and anxieties.
The dental staff and patients at Daventry Dental care have made me feel very welcome and it is a pleasure to be part of such a diligent and professional team.
I completed the Great North Run in 2005, and since then have also run the Great South Run. Nowadays I spend most of my spare time running around after my son Benjamin who finds mummy’s yoga postures extremely hilarious! Watch out Benjamin, wait until mummy gets you out on the ski slopes.
I have worked within dentistry since 1998 and feel lucky I still enjoy my career. I worked for many years as a trainee dental nurse whilst continuing education at college. I qualified as a Dental Nurse from Eastman Dental Hospital in 2002 then worked as a qualified dental nurse at Milton Keynes Hospital. In 2005 I began my BSc(hons) degree in Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy at Portsmouth University, qualifying in 2008.
I like to have a close working relationship with the dentists to help provide the best overall care for my patients. Treating gum diseases, maintain gum health and stain removal are a real passion of mine and I really enjoy working with my patients to help improve their home care of the oral cavity. Oral hygiene is very important and I really focus on home care with my patients, enjoying the feedback when they too see the improvement of their gums.
Dentistry is a forever learning profession, I attend regular seminars and reading at home to keep updated.
Away from work I enjoy spending time with my husband, family, friends and two dogs. I also enjoy boot camp to keep fit and am starting to learn Krav Maga.
I qualified as a dental hygienist and therapist in 2013 from Birmingham university, from a young age I knew I would be working within the preventative side of healthcare and was drawn towards the preventative side of dentistry as I grew older, I love working within the dental team helping patients to achieve and maintain their ideal smile.
I am particularly keen to work with nervous patients to help them become more comfortable with being in dental settings, I also really enjoy working towards achieving healthy gums, by fighting gum disease through helping patients establish a cleaning routine that is adapted to suit both them selves is really important and treating their dental needs and through active treatment within the practice also helps to achieve that smile patients are longing to see in the mirror.
I find that it is important for patients to understand that the cause of gum disease is through neglecting their oral hygiene and seeing the change a simple thing of having a healthy mouth after adapting their daily cleaning routine and a thorough course of treatment can make on a persons life.
Outside of work I enjoy time with my partner and family, walking with our dog Titan the Pomeranian and at home with our show Maine Coon Woody who has won many awards. With my mother I also help with breeding Maine Coon cats and together we show them across Europe.
In the future I hope to further my skills by studying sedation and hypnosis to help treat nervous patients.
I joined the team at Daventry Dental Care in 2008 and gained my GDC registration in 2004. I enjoy all aspects of being a dental nurse in particular I have an interest in restorative dentistry as I find it rewarding to see the patient so satisfied with the end results and also I have a keen interest in minor oral surgery. When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my fiancé and son. I also enjoy socialising with friends. When I get time I like to go horse riding and the occasional meal out.
My name is Terri-Marie and I joined Daventry Dental Care in December 2017. I started my nursing apprenticeship in 2012 aged 16 and qualified in 2014. I have always enjoyed nursing and I am eager to continue on Radiography and enroll into an Oral Health qualification.
In my spare time, I enjoy swimming with my daughter.
My name is Leanne. I have been a Dental Nurse for 10 years +. I have nursed with Endodontics, Oral surgeons, implantologist and dentist specialist in Cosemtic dentistry here and abroad.
I have been dental nursing for many years in both NHS and private dentistry. I joined Daventry Dental Care in 2015 and have progressed greatly within the practice. My current role is varied; covering reception duties, nursing and assisting the management to ensure practice runs smoothly and maintains high standards of patient care.
In my spare time I enjoy catching up with friends at the local coffee shops (and trying their cakes!) I love taking my daughter to toddler groups (please say hello if you see us at one) and as a family we regularly walk the country park with our beloved collie dog- Ringo.