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The dental implant team

Dr Paul Sherrardpaul-implant-team

Dr Paul Sherrard has been placing dental implants at Wirral based Moreton Dental Care since 2003.  He has devoted huge amounts of time and energy into establishing a high quality implant service which offers an exceptional level of care to patients in an environment which is both professional and welcoming.

Dr Sherrard holds the prestigious Diploma in Implant Dentistry from The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, and the Post Graduate Certificate in Implant Dentistry from Warwick University.  He also has the MFGDP and MJDF, both awarded by the Royal College of Surgeons, London.  He is now an examiner for the RCS in London.

Dr Sherrard has lectured on dental implants both in the UK and the US, and is a member of the Association of Dental Implantologists (ADI UK).

Dental implant co-ordinators

Stacey Collins, Laura Hill, Lorraine Parker and Nicole Ford are highly-trained implant co-ordinators who have detailed knowledge of all implant procedures. Between them they have more than 50 years’ nursing experience.

They provide support for patients throughout their treatment, offering advice and reassurance, and are able to fully explain all treatment options.

Laura has been awarded the Certificate in Implant Nursing at King’s College, London- she was one of the first dental nurses in the country to sign up for the new course.

Stacey Collins

Practice Manager, Implant Team Member

Lorraine Parker

Practice Manager, Implant Team Member

Laura Hill

Implant Nurse

Nicole Ford

Implant Nurse

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Patient Testimonials

  • Desperate to be able to eat again

    florenceFlorence Webb, 73, says dental implants have literally saved her life. Florence from Greasby had been unable to eat solid food for almost a year because she couldn’t wear a lower denture. Doctors had threatened to put her on a drip because she was losing so much weight on a liquid diet. Her problem was solved by securing a new lower arch of teeth with two implants, making them completely stable. A delighted Florence feels she has a new lease of life now that she can eat normally again. “I can enjoy a Sunday roast again now, or go out for a meal,” she said.

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