Green Arbor Dental is a friendly, private practice, established in 1946. Since then, there have been three generations of Mace dentists practising in these premises here in the heart of West Sussex.
Dr. Daniel Mace, having followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, joined the practice in 2001 having graduated from Trinity College, Dublin and still practises in the surgery. In January 2016, Monika Redding took the practice over and Daniel continued to work as an associate. With the arrival of his daughter, Daniel has taken to being a hands-on dad and has decided to leave the practice in June 2017 to spend more time with her. From June, Monika will work from Tuesdays to Fridays, taking over from Daniel on Thursdays.
From June, we will also be welcoming a new associate dentist, Jacy Cleal, BA (Hons), BDS (Hons), who will work on Mondays and cover any holiday absences. As part of her training, Jacy specialised in restorative dentistry and facial aesthetics and we are pleased to be able to announce that she will be offering facial rejuvenation treatment.
Monika (Practice Principal Dentist), and her team are committed to offering patients the highest possible level of dental care in a friendly, relaxed and calming environment. The team is dedicated to helping you achieve your optimum in oral health, placing a high emphasis on the benefits of preventative dentistry and oral health education. Through building close relationships with our patients we provide the best possible care and treatment from regular examinations through to cosmetic or specialist treatment.
The health and safety of our patients is our utmost priority and over the past few years considerable financial investment has been made in the practice to ensure that the practice meets Care Quality Commission (CQC) Fundamental Standards, General Dental Council (GDC) Standards for the Dental Team and other guidance, aiming towards best practice. Through maintaining strict cross-infection controls using a wide variety of single-use disposable materials we are confident that our patients and clinical team are suitably protected.
All members of our team are committed to keeping themselves safe, knowledgeable, skilful and confident in their tasks.
We are regulated by the Care Quality Comission (CQC) who may contact you and ask you about your experience with the practice.
Our team of receptionists are here to help and welcome you to our practice.
Both, Rosemary & Leanne oversee the day to day running of Green Arbor and can answer any questions you may have.
Monika Redding (SWEDEN BDS)
Monika is a Swedish dentist with Polish roots. She qualified at Karolinska University in Stockholm, and after a few years working for the Swedish NHS, she took the opportunity to expand her horizons, coming to England in 1996 with a group of friends to practise British dentistry. The plan was to stay for two or three years … but she met her future husband, and is still here with the added bonus of two boisterous sons aged 15 and 13.
As a general dental practitioner Monika pursues an interest in most aspects of everyday dentistry. She takes a holistic (complete) and preventative approach to oral problems, and considers herself a family dentist: she enjoys treating both adults and children in a relaxed atmosphere where she tries to strike a balance between your treatment needs and your wishes.
Monika prefers to see dental care in terms of solutions rather than problems, so if you have a question, just ask her. She can offer help, provide information and advice whether you come to see her with toothache, abscess, bleeding gums, jaw ache, smile concerns, or dentures etc. If your concern is outside of her area of expertise both our dentists can draw on the resources of excellent colleagues in specialist practices. Monika is enthusiastic about continuing education and always make an effort to keep up with the latest advances in dentistry developing and challenging existing skills (and it’s also a good excuse to get some new gadgets).
When not looking after your teeth, Monika’s passions are reading and travelling. She also plays badminton for a local village club, and enjoy tennis and good skiing. She also enjoys furthering her knowledge of the English culture, which means getting to know all about Shakespeare, cricket, rugby, golf, etc.
GDC No. 71510
Your Dental Nurses
Our nurses …
Becky Scoffham, Gemma Nye, Jo Crossman and Natasha Pagden are all part of our nursing team and look forward to meeting you!
We are delighted to announce that Jo Crossman (GDC No: 146948) has now joined our team and will be working as our hygienist on Thursdays.