We’re Hiring !

Full-Time Dental Nurse

Wyndcott Dental is looking for an enthusiastic dental nurse to join our friendly team. We will accept applicants with or without dental nursing experience. We are a mixed NHS/Private practice and we offer a wide range of services including implants, Invisalign, tooth whitening, facial aesthetics and sedation.

You will work with a range of clinicians including dentists, oral surgeons and hygienists, helping them take care of patients by preparing the instruments and materials needed, assisting with procedures and note-taking, maintaining a clinically clean working environment, and making sure the patient is as comfortable and relaxed as possible.

The job requires good English and Maths skills; you must have certificates for grade C or above GCSE Maths and English or equivalent. Patience and flexibility are key to maintaining the calm professional manner patients expect of clinical staff. You must be reliable and willing to learn and keep up to date with new procedures and regulations.

If you are not already qualified we will organise training which will lead to a Diploma in Dental Nursing Level 3 qualification.

Hours and Days:

We will require you to be available Monday to Friday between 8am – 6pm. You will be required to work 1 Saturday per month 9am – 5pm.


Dependent on experience

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent


  • Paid day off on your birthday
  • Extra annual leave awarded for each additional year up to 5th year
  • Discounted dental treatment
  • Indemnity insurance covered by the practice

COVID-19 considerations:
We have a full set of practice-specific protocols for mitigation of COVID-19 including pre-screening of all patients, additional forced ventilation, and additional PPE for all staff. You will need to wear a mask and follow current healthcare guidance for twice-weekly lateral flow tests to ensure our safety and that of our patients.

Work remotely

  • No

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: £4.81-£10.50 per hour

How to apply

You can:

Apply online through Indeed

Apply online through Reed

Contact us directly using the contact form below

Newsletter 4th May 2022

Hello everyone!

The last few years have been difficult for all of us, but we want to thank all of you for being patient while we work our way through the backlog that COVID caused.  We are back to delivering check-ups again, but like many practices, we have been affected by being unable to replace one of our dentists who retired last year.  As a result we are still not able to see as many of you as we did, but we are hard at work looking for another dentist.

What’s new

There have been a few changes at Wyndcott, particularly our car park which finally opened last year.  Patients are welcome to use the available spaces.

Heather, whom you may have talked to on reception is now nursing as well, and is joined by Emma who started in 2021.  This spring we have a new receptionist, Helen, who brings her many years of experience to Wyndcott, and is already doing a great job in making all of you welcome.  Megan, who has been with us since 2019, has just been promoted to Head Nurse and will be helping us make sure we keep up our high standards.  Congratulations Megan!

Another new arrival is Kinga, who is our new practice manager.

Kinga started as a dental nurse and gained experience and knowledge in many areas of dentistry and enjoys using her skills to contribute and help patients have the best dental experience.

Away from the practice Kinga enjoys reading and baking but mostly to spend time with her husband and their two gorgeous daughters.

She looks forward to meeting you and assisting you with all aspects of your dental visit.

Recent Feedback

We are always ready to listen to your feedback, and we display many of your comments in the practice.  Here’s what you have said about us recently:

‘Good service, good explanations, advice and attention in a safe, controlled environment.’
‘Always available, helpful, very professional and from someone who fears dentistry always put it ease’
Friendly and efficient service’

How to book a check up

We can be reached by phone, email, or via our website.

The safety of our patients and staff is our still a priority and although many of the safety measures are no longer required, we offer facemasks and hand sanitiser at the door to help keep COVID away.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Management Team, Wyndcott Dental

Safe Opening Continuing for Healthcare

Although COVID restrictions changed for many in July, in healthcare they remain.

We will continue to follow our high standards in infection control – you must still call first for an appointment, and we still need longer for some appointments due to the extra cleaning and protective equipment used.

You will still need to wear a mask while at the practice.

We are working through our backlog of check-ups from last year, and we are gradually contacting patients as we work through all the appointments delayed by COVID.

We apologise for any inconvenience but measures introduced by the UK government and health regulators will result in fewer serious health issues than we would otherwise see. We thank you in advance for your understanding.