Our highly skilled team based at our Manchester Dental surgery.



All our dentists adhere to the rules governing the profession under strict guidance from the General Dental Council (GDC)


Dr. Tariq Idrees

BDS(Manc) MFDS RCS(Edin)
GDC number – 79191
Country of Qualification – England



Dr. Robert Adams

BDS, FDS RCS(Eng), MSurgDent RCS, MSc (UCL, Implant Dentistry)

Specialist in Oral Surgery / Implant Surgeon
GDC number – 67418
Country of Qualification – England

Dr. Neil Patel

GDC number – 113606
Country of Qualification – England
Specialist Oral Surgeon and Implantologist

Dr. Jamie Barrie

BDS (Glasgow)
GDC number - 251345
Country of qualification - Scotland

Dr. Rhys Gwyn

BDS (Newcastle) MFDS RCPS (Glasgow) DipConSed
GDC number - 265315
Country of Qualification: England


Dr. Usman Qureshi

BDS MSc MFDS RCS (Eng) M Orth RCS (Eng)
GDC number – 79215
Country of Qualification – England
Specialist Orthodontist

Dr. Daniel Turner

BDS (Hons), MSc (Endo Eastman UCL)
GDC number - 83257
Country of Qualification - England
Practice limited to Endodontics


Dr. Ellie Aliakbari

DDS, MFDS RCS (Glas), MClinDent (Paeds), PG Cert (Health Research), MPaedDent RCS
(Tricollegiate-England, Edinburgh and Glasgow)

GDC No: 245939
Field of patient care:
Registered Specialist in Paediatric Dentistry (children’s dentistry)


Dr. Mamdouh Al Chihabi

BDS MFDS (RCS, Edi) MSc (Paediatric Dentistry)
GDC number – 249908
Country of Qualification – Lebinanon

Orthodontic Therapist


The skills of a Hygienist have increased over the years and today’s Hygienist can offer many new state of the art treatments such as full mouth disinfection and application of antimicrobials and air polishing.

What do Dental hygienists do?

Our hygienists, or therapists as they’re sometimes referred to as, train for 3-4 years at University and whilst working from our Manchester based dental practice, can perform many procedures on our returning patients, who tend to keep a 3 month repeat visit for a regular scale and polish, which helps to build a positive rapport between the patient and practitioner.

The types of treatments that our dental hygienists can vary, but some of the more common dental procedures are simple fillings and extractions, which can be performed on adults or children; scale and polishes, which as mentioned before can be part of a 3 month repeat visit schedule. Our hygienists can treat complex gum disease cases, and can provide airflow treatments. An airflow treatment is a mini sand blaster that gets rid of hard to shift stains such as tea and coffee stains.

One of the most important parts of the hygienist role is to provide and implement preventative treatments such as fluoride application to prevent tooth decay, as we all know, prevention is better than a cure; however, our smile gallery shows that we’re pretty good at providing the cure too.

Dental Nurses

Practice Manager

Treatment Coordinator/ Referral Manager