Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

The Government recently announced that dentists could reopen from 8th June. For the majority of practices, including ours, this was unreasonably short notice. We reopened to patients from 1 July but are only able to do the most simple treatments at present.

At first, we need to prioritise appointments for people who have been having problems over the last few months as our first priority, and those with outstanding treatment from before lockdown. If you have a scheduled check-up in the near future, it is likely that we will cancel this to free up time for more urgent cases and we hope that you will contact us again in a few months time to reschedule that appointment. You can find more information in this article.

If you have an urgent problem, please call 01784 253140 to speak to our reception staff so that we can offer advice or an appointment as necessary.

Updated 7 July 2020


Robert Curtis

Robert Curtis qualified from King's College Dental School in London in 1992.

After five years working in north Kent including Vocational Training, he moved to Shepperton and began working at practices in Hanworth and High Wycombe.

When the practice in Ashford became available in 1999, it seemed an appropriate moment to take on an ownership role.

While he performs all routine types of dental treatment, he has a special interest in dental implants and crown and bridgework.

Away from the surgery, he has found a interest for running in recent years and now runs for Ranelagh Harriers running club in Richmond, regularly taking part in races from 5k up to marathon distance. He is also Scout leader for 1st Charlton Air & Sea Scouts.

B.D.S (Lond)

Prabhdeep Ryatt

Prabhdeep qualified from the University of Manchester in 2008, gaining his BDS, after which he carried out Vocational Training in South East London for one year. He then worked in a family practice in Reading for two years before joining the friendly team at Cornerhouse Dental Practice.

During his dental career, he has always tried to keep up to date with current and new concepts in dentistry by attending conferences and seminars. In 2011, he gained the postgraduate MJDF qualification. His approach to dentistry is to motivate patients to achieve a high standard of oral health as he is a strong believer in prevention rather than cure.

In his spare time, he enjoys going to the gym, listening to music and watching movies.

BDS (Manc), MJDF
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