Meeta Nolan qualified as a dental hygienist and dental therapist in 2002, having studied at the prestigious Eastman Dental Hospital in London. Before starting her studies, Meeta worked as a dental nurse for the NHS.
After qualifying, Meeta went on to work in a range of clinical settings, including community dental centres and hospitals, corporate practices and private and NHS surgeries. Her experiences have given her an insight into how different facilities work and enabled her to work with a diverse range of patients.
Meeta is passionate about her job, and she loves to see the difference the treatments and advice she provides can make. She is particularly interested in working with nervous patients, and is famed for her gentle, calm approach. Her main aim is to ensure that patients can see that there is nothing to worry about when a dental appointment is looming, and she takes great pride in enabling patients to overcome their fears. Meeta also enjoys educating children and adults about the importance of dental hygiene and showing them how to improve their oral health and keep dental disease at bay.
In addition to treating patients and providing hygiene and therapy services, including placing fillings and extracting baby teeth, Meeta is also fascinated by the science behind oral disease. She is passionate about keeping up to date with research and scientific developments and ensuring she is well-placed to be able to recommend cleaning techniques and oral hygiene products for patients to use at home.