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Chris Navarro accepts referrals for Implant Dentistry and their related procedures including GBR and sinus elevation procedures.

Chris qualified from Bristol University in 2003, and then worked as a SHO in Oral Surgery at Bristol Dental Hospital before he became Principal Dentist at Beeston Dental Practice in 2006. He was awarded his MFGDP in 2008 and was approved as a Foundation Dentist trainer in 2009. Chris had graduated with a distinction in his MSc in Dental Implantology at UCLAN in 2021.

The practice is equipped with a CBCT scanner, an Intra-oral scanner and Implant planning software. Cases can be digitally planned to allow guided surgery for optimum prosthetic placement. Chris uses Straumann and Nobel Bio-care Implant systems.

Nilesh Dayaram accepts referrals for IV Sedation and Endodontic treatment.

Nilesh qualified from Barts & London school of Medicine & Dentistry in 2012 and has worked at Beeston Dental Practice and Implant Clinic as a GDP since completing his foundation training. Nilesh completed his MFDS in 2014, has since completed a PG Cert in Sedation with distinction from the Eastman Dental Institute (2016), and was approved as an educational supervisor for Foundation Dentists in 2017.

Nilesh has completed his MSc in Endodontics in 2021 at UCLAN and passed with distinction, the practice has recently invested in a microscope and CBCT technology to enable the highest level of patient care in Endodontics.

The practice also accepts referrals for CBCT scans.

Our CBCT scans are taken using our Planmeca Promax 3D which is capable of scanning different volume sizes to include both jaws, one jaw or a smaller 5x5cm volume. We prefer to scan using the Promax’s ultra low dose protocol which significantly lowers scan doses without compromising on image quality.

We can also scan in ‘Endo mode’ to aid treatment planning for an endodontic case.