Confidental is an Award winning practice, based in Sandhurst, Berkshire. We have been serving our patients for over 50 years and would love to invite you to experience our care.
Sandeep qualified from Barts & The Royal London Dental Institute London in 2006, He has worked in hospital, Basingstoke, Uxbridge, Southampton, Central London and has been at Sandhurst for the last 11 years.
He has established himself as a friendly and caring professional and has gained a reputation as a very approachable dentist who is always willing to listen to anyone’s concerns. Sandeep has undertaken extensive postgraduate training which involves porcelain restorations and implants, and is always advancing his knowledge and experience with the latest courses in Implants.
Sandeep’s special interests are in implant and restorative dentistry. He has had extensive experience of implant placement and restorations. He has carried out well over one thousand implants. He is also fully trained to provide fixed and removable braces to straighten teeth.
He has been married since 2008 to his wife Anita and in 2012 they enjoy spending time with their children Arun and Serena. When Sandeep has some spare time he loves following Formula 1.
Deepak Mohal qualified from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ College London with Honours. He has passed additions qualifications with the Royal College of Surgeons as well as a diploma from the world renowned Eastman Dental Institute (London).
His life ambition was to combine his love for cars, his love for travelling and his love of dentistry (that’s a lot of love) and join the Formula 1 team as a dentist. But he soon realised that they were never going to let him drive their high performance cars and considering that his driving isn’t that great it is a blessing in disguise.
He uses his knowledge, experience and especially love for dental gadgets to provide the best possible care for his patients. He has been in dental practice since 2003 and has a special interest in life changing, pain free dentistry with dental implants, teeth straightening and cosmetic dentistry. He treats nervous patients providing IV sedation.
He married in 2013 and has two young girls named Naina and Esha.
Bali joined the practice in 2018 and has worked in private practice since 2010 across the West Midlands, Berkshire and Hampshire.
For anyone who is nervous about coming to the dentist, she has lots of experience dealing with anxious patients. She likes patients to feel comfortable in a relaxed atmosphere – in fact she has even had patients so relaxed they fall asleep during treatment!
Different treatments Bali provides include cosmetic dentistry (including white fillings, whitening and veneers), facial aesthetics – dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle treatment- and all the usual treatments such as fillings, extractions and root canal treatment.
She is here for routine and emergency appointments, and any questions you may have.
Vishal qualified from Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ Dental Institute London. He carried out his vocational training in the East of England scheme before starting his associate position.
He is an experienced clinician with an interest in minimally invasive Restorative Dentistry, Braces, Botox and Fillers. He has a special interest in cosmetic orthodontics, and is certified in using Inman aligner, Fixed orthodontic braces and Clear aligners.
With a passion for postgraduate studies, he has completed his Diploma In Restorative Dental Practice from Eastman Dental Institute. He has a commitment to continuing professional development, training and education. His patients have the benefit of up to date dental care at Confidental. His aim has always been to use his experience and knowledge to provide long-term, functional, aesthetic dental treatment and oral health care.
In his spare time his passions are football, travelling and trying to keep a healthy lifestyle by playing racket sports and hiking.
After working as a dental nurse Katrina qualified as a dental hygiene therapist from Portsmouth University in 2017. Since then she has undertaken a further vocational training year in dental therapy.
Katrina is very keen to ease dental anxiety and is passionate in educating and improving dental health.
Outside work Katrina enjoys travelling to new places, spending time with friends and keeps very active by going to the gym.
After her working day with her hands plunged into her patients’ mouths, Lucy plunges back into her active social life, which ranges from a love of the theatre to a particular passion for foreign travel (which covers anywhere not in Sandhurst!).
Describing herself as a local girl, having worked and lived in Sandhurst all her life, Lucy started her career as a dental assistant with, not surprisingly, a local practice.
Lucy has been with Confidental for 20 years.
Qualifying from Guys Hospital in 1997, she has a general interest in all areas of dentistry, working with patients of all ages, and supports Confidental’s focus on patients with dental phobias.
Melissa qualified as a Dental Hygienist in 2009 from The Eastman Dental Hospital and now lives locally with my husband and son Lochlan.
As Mel is type 1 diabetic diagnosed in 2003 she feels that she have very good knowledge on teeth and gums and in keeping them healthy.
She believes that the way you look after your teeth and gums will determine the longevity of them and Mel will treat you as an individual and tailor treatment to your medical conditions and medications to ensure we minimise the effects to the teeth and gums.
Mel really enjoy lifting weights and can quite often be seen at 6 am Boot camp session but she also has an obsession with Meerkats and has a whole range of the cuddly creatures!
We are situated on Yorktown Road in Sandhurst, near the Rackstraws Premier Inn hotel and Beefeater restaurant, we are just behind Boots chemist and on the same parade of shops as Papa John’s Pizza and Romans estate agent. We are in the building situated behind Boots Chemist.
Get on the train on the Reading-London Gatwick line and get off at the Sandhurst train station.
After getting off the train walk down the slope towards to road and the bridge, turn right and walk along Yorktown Road, walk past the Village Inn on the corner of a roundabout. Carry on walking down Yorktown Road past the co-op. Turn right at Albion Road and we are behind Boots Chemist.
You need to be on the 194 bus service between Bracknell and Camberley. You need to get off at the Sandhurst library stop. If coming from Bracknell please cross the road at the crossing and enter the parade of shops. If coming from Camberley the bus stops right outside the parade of shops. We are situated behind Boots Chemist.
Free parking is available at the front and the rear of the premises. We share a car park with The Sandhurst Group GP Practice.