Mark Moran BDS
Mark joined the Practice in 2004 and became the owner in 2006. He enjoys all aspects of general practice with a particular interest in restoring damaged teeth and motivating and educating patients to better self care. Outside of dentistry he enjoys keeping fit, travel and cycling.
Kath Hyde BDS
Kath qualified in Sheffield in 1988. She has had a varied career starting in the Royal Navy, then the community dental service in London where she treated children, special needs patients and the elderly .She moved to general Practice in 1998 when she relocated to the Huntingdon area and joined the Brampton Dental Practice in 2006.
Kath enjoys all aspects of dentistry particularly continuing patient care and helping nervous patients become more comfortable with treatment.
In her spare time she enjoys cycling, walking and a good film.
Steph France BDS
Stephanie France qualified at Sheffield University 1989.She joined Brampton Dental Practice In 2011. She has worked in both hospital and general practice. She enjoys all aspects of dentistry and her special interests include endodontics, cosmetic dentistry and minor oral surgery. She feels communication is the key to a good relationship with her patients and believes strongly in preventative dentistry.
Stephanie is pleased to offer non-surgical facial aesthetics at Brampton Dental Practice. This includes anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. She trained at the world renowned BK institute and is a member of the IAAFA (International Academy of Advanced Facial Aesthetics).
Dr Fahd Saleh
Dentist/Implant & Periodontology Specialist
Fahd qualified in 2003 from University of Glasgow. He developed a wide repertoire of clinical interests through various hospital posts and degrees.
Fahd completed specialist training with distinction from Guys and St Thomas Hospital Trust and Kings College London and is currently clinical lead for periodontics in several award -winning practices.
Alongside his clinical commitments, Fahd continues to maintain an active interest in periodontal research and teaching. He actively participates in mentoring and training dentists and hygienists and has given numerous lectures to local, national and international audiences.
Fahd is the recipient of numerous awards such as the Odontology President’s Clinical Research Prize by the Royal Society of Medicine in relation to his work on antimicrobial peptides. He was also the recipient of the Ron Wilson research prize from Kings College London. In 2017, Fahd was named ‘Dentist of the Year’ in recognition for his clinical, educational and charitable activities.