Sorriso Design Dental Clinic

About Our Practice

Much more than a regular dentist

About Sorriso Design Dental Clinic

Experienced cosmetic dentist Dr Juliane Scandian and her team aim to provide you with comprehensive dental care and can deliver outstanding cosmetic, preventive and restorative dentistry results.

Our Milton Keynes dental clinic is equipped with the latest, state-of-the-art technology and has a calm, welcoming atmosphere with comfortable seating. 

Free and accessible parking is available for all our patients. We even offer TV entertainment in the treatment room, so you can watch your favourite TV show or listen to music during your treatment.

Come and visit us to see why our slogan is CREATING SMILES FOR LIFE!

Meet our highly dedicated and experienced team

Juliane Scandian

Principal Dentist
Special Interest in Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry
GDC No. 202104

Kristlee Fernandes

Associate Dentist
Special Interest in Endodontics
GDC No. 245731

Rodrigo Sutter

Associate Dentist with Special Interest
in Implants & Surgery
GDC No. 303991

Alexandre Marques

Associate Dentist with Special Interest
in Implants & Surgery
GDC No. 282009

Renata Farthing

Associate Dentist
GDC No. 191518

Etienne Deysel

Medical Anaesthetist
GMC No. 4562333

Kimberley McLean

Dental Therapist & Hygienist
GDC No. 174543

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Sarah Taylor

Hygienist
GDC No. 4037

Naomi Gates

Dental Nurse
GDC No. 305000

Kritika Kumar

Dental Nurse
GDC No. 303926

Dena Gardner

Practice Manager

Jackie Morel

Receptionist/Administrator

Roberto Scandian

Director

See inside our beautiful state-of-the-art dental clinic

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one of the best dentists in Milton Keynes surgery room

Our practice has a calming atmosphere and the environment is designed to help you feel as relaxed and comfortable as possible. We believe in putting our patients first in all we do, and our caring and supportive team will also do all they can to help you feel at ease.

Your Sorriso Design journey

The patient journey is carefully designed to provide an environment where you feel comfortable and safe during your time with us. The workflow considers all aspects of the patients’ general health ans provides them with the best possible treatment for each dental procedure.

1. FIRST ASSESSMENT

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The assessment includes:
– Photographs of your face, smile and teeth
– Perform a comprehensive and detailed intra/extra-oral examination
– Check your eating habits
– Examine your gums and your oral hygiene
– Intra-oral Radiographs

2. PERSONALISED TREATMENT PLAN

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All information from the assessment is gathered to develop a personalised treatment plan that will deliver the best results for you. You’ll receive full, clear and accurate information about the proposed treatment and its options, risks and outcomes.

3. INFORMED CONSENT

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Before any treatment is carried out, you will be fully informed about the details of your treatment, the risks and rewards of each treatment included in your individual Treatment Plan.

4. PAIN-FREE TREATMENT

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So that you can approach your treatment with fear, we offer a pain-free dental experience with highly effective local anaesthesia.

5. HYGIENE & PROTECTION

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We use special protective Rubber Dam sheets to isolate the teeth being treated, avoiding cross-contamination and preventing patients swallowing debris during their treatment.

6. MAINTAINING YOUR SMILE

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To protect your oral health and general wellbeing, we strongly recommend regular dental visits. This allows us to spot potential problems early and treat the issue before it becomes serious.

Balanced diet, healthy smile

The human body is incredibly complex. The foods and the frequency you choose to eat can affect your general health and the health of your teeth and gums. For a healthier life and the health of your teeth and gums, you need to consider what to eat and drink.

Proper nutrition means eating a well-balanced diet so that your body can get the nutrients needed for good health and wellness. If your diet is low in the nutrients your body needs, your mouth may have a more difficult time resisting infection.

Dental health is affected not only by what you eat but also when you eat. A balanced diet will improve your oral health.

Patient satisfaction is very important to us

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