Sarah's dental career began in 2006 when she became a dental nurse. She went on to qualify as an Oral Health Educator in 2009 achieving 'distinction'. Inspired to further her education and knowledge in dentistry, she applied to Cardiff Dental School to study dental hygiene/therapy. She completed her diploma in December 2011. Sarah was honoured at the end of her course to be awarded prizes for Clinical Dental Therapy, Professionalism and the undergraduate prize from the British Society of Restorative Dentistry.
Sarah joined Tupsley Dental Practice in November 2013 as a dental therapist. She has a particular passion for oral health education; it is her mission to educate and empower patients to take control of their oral health and prevent oral disease. She has had the opportunity to do some dental related charity work in Africa, including both clinical work and oral health education. This has provided a tremendous sense of satisfaction, and she hopes to take part in further trips in the future.
Outside of work Sarah enjoys baking, ballroom dancing, travelling, theatre, good food, music, sport and training horses.