BDS (Bris) PGDip (Bris), PGCMDE (OxBr), PG Cert
Darsh joined York House Dental in 2018. She graduated from Bristol University in 2004 and then gained a postgraduate diploma from Bristol University where she was also awarded the Schottlander Prize for prosthetics.
She moved to Oxfordshire in 2010 where, alongside her job as a dentist, she worked for the prestigious Oxford deanery training newly qualified dentists in their foundation year. Throughout her career Darsh has worked in general practice, keeping up to date by attending numerous postgraduate courses. She is enthusiastic about all aspects of dentistry and will no doubt continue to keep up with the ever-changing demands of practice life.
Darsh is known for her friendly, chatty persona and gentle approach. She has a strong belief in working with her patients, helping them make positive choices for their health, and ensuring that they feel comfortable with their dental care. As such she puts great emphasis on preventative care and prides herself in taking the time to understand her patients’ individual needs.
She believes in taking a long-term approach to treatment wherever possible and is trained in techniques that enable her to do this. She is a level 4 certified ‘Bioclear’ practitioner, this is a cutting-edge technique in adhesive, minimally traumatic dentistry. It enables her to provide many types of treatments, preserving as much tooth as possible long-term while still achieving attractive, long-lasting results.
She grew up near Buckinghamshire and has now returned to settle down with her young family. Outside of work, Darsh can be found in various playgrounds with her two sons. She is a keen pianist and enjoys yoga and socialising.