Referrals for Dentists
Burwell Dental Surgery is fortunate in being able to accept referrals from external sources for some of dentistry's more complex procedures. We accept referrals either directly from the patient or via a general dental practitioner.
Cristina Marangon (DDS Pucrs Brazil)
GDC No. 239088
Cristina qualified as a dental surgeon at the Pontificia Universidade Catalica, Brazil in 2003. In 2007 she went on to gain a postgraduate Certificate in Endodontics (root canal treatment) from the Brazilian Association of Dentistry before coming to England in 2010. Cristina is not only fluent in English, she also speaks Portuguese, Spanish and Italian.
Zainab Salim - BDS MClinDent (Edin)
Zainab graduated from the University of Nairobi in 1993 and has worked in various government hospitals including Nairobi, Mombasa in Kenya and the Sultanate of Oman.
Since 2001, she has been practicing general dentistry in the UK.
In 2013, Zainab completed a Master's degree in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Surgery at Edinburgh University and until recently was contracted by NHS Cambridgeshire to work as an oral surgeon at Brookfields Health Centre, Cambridge. She is happy to accept referrals from simple extractions to impacted wisdom teeth as well as minor oral surgery.
Sheetal Jadhav - BDS Karnatak
GDC No. 104553
Sheetal graduated from dental school in 2002. She has been practising general dentistry in the UK since 2007 and in Cambridgeshire since 2014. Sheetal has a special interest in restorative aesthetic dentistry and short term cosmetically focused adult orthodontics using techniques such as Invisalign (removable braces) and six month smiles (fixed tooth-coloured braces). She is the principal dentist at Burwell Dental.
How to refer
Patients may be referred in the following way:
On receiving a referral, we will contact the patient to arrange an appointment for a short consultation. The consultation allows us to meet with the patient and fully assess their needs. We will then discuss treatment and devise a treatment plan specific to them. The consultation also gives the patient time to ask questions and, if they wish, discuss the intricacies of their treatment further.
The cost of the consultation if £45 but the dentist may if necessary, need to take an x-ray in order to assess the tooth or teeth further (please see 'Our Fees' for more information) If you can provide any recent x-rays this will obviously reduce the patient fee.
Following assessment, we will provide a written treatment plan detailing the number of appointments needed and the costs involved. Patients can then either make an appointment to continue with treatment or take time to consider their options further.
Following treatment, we will return the patient back to the care of their regular general dental practitioner, with a written report detailing the procedure carried out.