Introducing our team
Each member of our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality care, tailored to your needs. We listen to you, then offer advice, explanations, and options in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We look forward to welcoming you to our practice.
Dr Amjad Malik BDS DGDP RCS (UK)
GDC No. 57191
In a career spanning more than 30 years during which he has continually updated his knowledge and technical skills, Dr Malik has accumulated a wealth of experience in treating patients. Having a particular interest in implants, bite disorders and reconstructive dentistry he is able to deal with a wide range of patients’ needs from routine care to jaw joint problems and heavily broken-down teeth. He is also highly skilled in aesthetic dentistry and short-term orthodontics including the ClearSmile Brace, ClearSmile Aligner and Inman Aligner processes. Read more
Dr Hanmeng Ma BDS MFDS RCS (Ed)
GDC No. 193176
Dr Ma qualified from King’s College London with Honours, and passed her Royal College of Surgeons exams in 2012. Since then, she has attended a variety of postgraduate courses to diversify her skills, which include aesthetic dentistry. Dr Ma enjoys working with her patients to improve their oral health with the aim of keeping their natural teeth for life. She is also happy to improve smiles conservatively using tooth whitening and short-term adult braces, or with minimal preparation veneers.
GDC No. 5695
Catherine qualified as a dental hygienist from Guy’s Hospital in 2000. She still enjoys attending postgraduate training courses whenever she can, keeping up-to-date with new developments. Before joining us at Woodford House, she worked in private practices in London’s West End. Catherine enjoys working with adults and children, and takes a strong interest in patients’ health and welfare, making a point of teaching her patients the best way to maintain their dental health. Nervous patients find her informal and friendly manner quickly puts them at their ease.
Amy Melia Dip. Dent. Hygiene & Therapy
GDC No. 161106
Amy graduated from Newcastle School of Dental Hygiene and Therapy, with Merit in December 2011. Before that she worked as a dental nurse for 8 years. She has been working with us at Woodford House ever since, as a hygienist and therapist providing oral health care. Amy regularly attends postgraduate training courses and has a particular interest in Periodontics. She enjoys improving patients’ oral health and helping them maintain it.
Stephanie Norris BSc (Hons), EDH, Dip DHE
GDC No. 3341
Stephanie qualified as a hygienist from the Eastman Dental Hospital in 1987 and has worked in both hospital and private practice settings. Over the years as dentistry has become more complex, she has undertaken numerous training courses to add to and enhance her skills – always keen to keep up with new developments. Her approach is calm, gentle and supportive so all her patients feel at ease. Stephanie has particular experience in working with nervous adults and children.
GDC No. 176793
Amanda joined the team in 2010. She is our senior dental receptionist and is the first point of contact for new patients. Amanda qualified as a dental assistant in 1996 and has a wealth of related knowledge and experience. Amanda enjoys getting to know the patients and aims to provide the highest level of customer care. She is happy to assist people in arranging their appointments and answering their questions.
Senior Dental Assistant
GDC No. 148783
Victoria is the senior dental nurse at Woodford House. She qualified in 2008 and has continued to extend her knowledge and skills with postgraduate courses on a regular basis. She holds a certificate in dental radiography and can take impressions. Victoria has been at Woodford House for several years and her friendly, caring nature and exceptional organization skills are a great asset to the practice.
Moona has worked at Improve Your Smile for over 25 years. As well as managing the practice, Moona helps patients coordinate their appointments and sees to the financial side of things too. She particularly enjoys talking to patients, many of whom have become friends. Moona’s calm and caring manner makes people feel at ease and she is always delighted when patients express happiness with the service at Woodford House – especially those who were initially nervous about seeing a dentist at all.
Away from the practice, Moona is one of the judges for the annual Dentistry Awards.