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.
I completed my Dental training in 2019 from the university of Sheffield.
I have an interest in Oral Surgery and Cosmetic treatments. My longterm career plan is to enhance my skills in these areas. I have a passion for helping patients removing their source of pain, improving smiles and patients confidence. It gives me satisfaction in my job and makes me realise the reason why i chose this career.
In my spare time i enjoy keeping fit through various sports including football and boxing.
I graduated in 2008 with a Distinction in Clinical Dentistry from the University of Birmingham and have gained extensive experience in various hospital positions in oral surgery, periodontics, prosthodontics, endodontics and oral and maxillofacial surgeries in addition to general practice.
I am a firm believer in continuing education and have obtained my diploma from the Joint Dental Faculties of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2011 and a Masters in Dental Implantology from the University of Manchester, where I worked as an honourary clinical lecturer.
I have successfully completed my four year specialist training program in Prosthodontics at King’s College, Guy’s Hospital London, passing with clinical distinction. I have also completed a further year-long postgraduate certificate in Oral Surgery at the University of Bristol.
I am an active member of the International Team for Implantology (ITi) and am a member of the British Society of Prosthodontics and Association of Dental Implantology. I pride myself in the compassionate, caring, ethical manner in which I treat my patients.
I accept referrals for:
- Dental implants, including bone grafting, sinus grafting and teeth in a day
- Management of toothwear
- Complex crown and bridge work, including full mouth rehabilitations
- Removable prosthetics
- Complex tooth removal
In my spare time, I enjoy going to the gym, playing with my little girl and I am an avid Leicester City fan.
I qualified as a dentist from the University of Birmingham (2020). I have a gentle chairside manner and always ensure my patients are comfortable and at ease, regardless of when they last visited the dentist or their past experiences.
I have a keen interest in oral surgery but I enjoy all aspects of dentistry. I think it is important to stay present and up to date through additional courses to provide the best patient care.
During my free time, I like to go on hikes and am a member of the National Trust. I am a huge animal lover, enjoy going to the gym, swimming and cooking (when it goes to plan).
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 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 themselves 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 have been dental nursing since 2016 and joined Daventry Dental Care in September 2017. I am looking to progress my dental career into dental hygiene. In my spare time, I like to walk my rescue dog and spending time with my family.
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.
I qualified in 2017 and i have since gained my Oral Health Educator Qualification. In my Spare time i like spending time with my family, friends , travelling and taking my dog on long relaxing walks. I love being creative and also enjoy arts and crafts.
I joined Daventry Dental care in November 2018 as a trainee dental nurse. I am very excited to have started this new career.
In my spare time I enjoy travelling and exploring new places. I also enjoy cooking and baking for my friends and family at home.
I qualified in 2009 at Birmingham University with a BSc in Dental Hygiene and Therapy. I take great pride in advising my patients with regards to their oral hygiene using a holistic approach. I take a calm and caring approach and get great satisfaction from helping patients overcome fears and anxieties related to dentistry. My aim is to teach and improve their oral health through evidence based care.
I am committed to giving my patients a first class service whilst sustaining my ongoing Continued Professional Development programme through membership to societies and attending courses.
I am married with two children and my interests include reading, cooking, travelling and keeping fit
I registered and qualified as a dental nurse in 2005, qualified in Radiography in 2014 and qualified in Oral Health education in 2016. I have been managing dental practice’s since 2010 and joined Daventry Dental care in September 2018.
I am always keen to further my career in the dental field taking additional qualifications. Currently, I am doing an Autism diploma relevant for the Special Education on Needs days that I hold in the practice. I love spending time with my husband my two children and running in the evenings with my two german shephards.