About Wightwick Dental Practice
Why choose us? Learn more about Wightwick Dental Practice
• Our friendly dental team are here to put you at ease
• Staff are trained to the highest standards
• Same day emergency appointments
• General dental and complex treatment all carried out under one roof
• We also have a facility for patient finance should you need it
• Are you a nervous patient? Click here to visit our inhalation sedation section
• Latest, modern equipment and facilities
• Immaculate premises
• Latest technology including 3D CBCT scanner – click here to visit our 3D scanner section
• Onsite parking
• Unlimited free Wi-Fi – patients can access the internet free of charge while waiting
Meet The Team
Parmajit Kaur Athwal
GDC number: 80971
Parm graduated from the Royal London Dental School in 2002. She then went on to complete one year of vocational training in Wolverhampton before moving to work as an associate dentist in Bloxwich. Wanting to get more involved in the running of a practice in 2005 she joined forces with Kam and they took over a small Wolverhampton city centre practice. They soon put their own mark on the place with an extensive refurbishment and have continued to develop all aspects of the practice ever since. Since adding Wightwick Dental to her portfolio she now shares her time equally between the two practices.
Since graduating Parm has been committed to improving her clinical skills and to lifelong continuing professional development. She achieved Membership to the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners in 2004 and soon after her enthusiasm for restorative dentistry led her to complete a year long course with Michael Wise, a renowned specialist in the field. In 2007 she was awarded a certificate in implant Dentistry from The Gift Dental College in association with The University of Warwick.
Parm is an accredited inman aligner, cfast and smile tru practitioner. These are forms of minimally invasive cosmetic treatments which involve tooth alignment and are usually followed up with a course of teeth whitening treatment. She is also trained to perform facial aesthetic treatments such as anti wrinkle injections and dermal fillers.
It has always been important to Parm to make anxious patients feel at ease when they come to see her. As well as her gentle and calming nature she is able to provide inhalation or oral sedation for those patients that require it. In her spare time Parm enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching Rom-coms, cooking and cycling. She has two charming young boys who keep her very busy.
Kamaljit Kaur Sandhar
GDC number: 79917
Kam has a real passion for all aspects of dentistry and this can be seen in how she applies herself to her work on a day to basis. She continuously strives to better her skills and knowledge and is dedicated to providing patients with the highest standard of care possible.
She graduated from University of Birmingham School of Dentistry in 2001 and went on to work as a clinical assistant for a year before completing her vocational training in the same practice in Bloxwich, after which she continued on as an associate dentist. In 2005 she joined forces with Parm and they took over a small Wolverhampton city centre practice. They soon put their own mark on the place with an extensive refurbishment and have continued to develop all aspects of the practice ever since. Since adding Wightwick Dental to her portfolio she now shares her time equally between the two practices.
Kam has completed post graduate training to achieve Membership to the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners and a certificate in implant dentistry with the Gift Dental College in association with The University of Warwick. She has also benefited from a year long restorative course with the renowned Michael Wise.
Her keen interest in orthodontics and cosmetic treatments has led her seek further training and accreditation in new advances such as Inman aligner, Cfast, Smile Tru and facial aesthetic treatments such as anti wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. She is also able to put nervous patients at ease by using oral and inhalation sedation techniques when a patient requires it. In her spare time Kam loves to swim and spend time with her family. She is mum to twins, a boy and a girl.
Specialist Oral Surgeon
GDC number: 80868
Daniel qualified from Bristol University in 2002. After completing his vocational training he worked in general dental practice for two years. Daniel then continued to develop his career as a commitment to providing high quality care for his patients.
He has trained at the Royal Shrewsbury, Princess Royal Telford, Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Dental Hospitals. He has passed his MFGDP, MFDSRCS, MJDFRCS post graduate examinations and most recently successfully completed his registrar training to become a Specialist Oral Surgeon. Daniel now teaches oral surgery to undergraduate and postgraduate students, and has widely presented and published on his specialist field both nationally and internationally.
Implant and Prosthodontic Practitioner
BChD(Leeds)1982., LDS 1983., MGDS FFGDP(UK) RCS(Eng)1990, MGDSRCS(Edin)1990., MSc ImpDent(Warwick)2006.
GDC number: 57156
Harish Gupta qualified from Leeds Dental School in December 1982. After a year at the Burton District and General Hospitals he joined General Dental Practice. This has become his ‘full-time’ occupation since 1984.
He gained the Membership in General Dental Surgery from both the Edinburgh and English Royal Colleges in 1990. Since then he has been invited to present a number of lectures for the various Vocational Training Schemes and GDPs’ in the West Midlands and Leeds.
He was responsible for the MGDS Study Club in the West Midlands to help other GDPs’ to achieve the Membership. He was the Distance Learning Tutor for the West Midlands with a special responsibility and interest in Computers in General Practice. He is part of the West Midlands CVT practice visitation panel for Training Practices under the Vocational Training Schemes.
He is an Examiner for the Membership in General Dental Practice, MFGDPRCS (UK) and continues to lecture and help organise various MFGDPRCS (UK) Study Groups for GDPs’ to prepare for this exam. Currently, examiner for the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
He achieved the Fellowship of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners (FFGDP(UK)) in November 2002 and is now a mentor to help others achieve the same. He is also a FFGDP(UK) assessor and an Emeritus Examiner for the MFGDP(UK) examination for the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He examined in Hong Kong for the MFGDP(UK) exam. He was commissioned to be Assistant Chief Examiner for the IQE examination in New Delhi, India in March 2005.
He has lectured in the United Kingdom, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong and India on Implant Dentistry, Occlusion and Endodontics. He is a founder member of the West Midlands Division of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners (UK), and continues to play an active role in the local division. With his commitment to General Practice he was commissioned to write the Quality Facilities Review for the then Mida/Norwich Union Healthcare Dental division. He was a Consultant Clinical Assessor for BUPA DentalCover and Denplan Dental Advisor Panel.
He started Dental Implant treatments in 1995 and undertook more formal training in implant dentistry in 1997/8 . He gained the MSc in Implant Dentistry in 2006 from the Warwick Medical School and following more formal teaching and presentation training is now responsible for the delivery of various Programmes’ in Implant Dentistry, He was an Honorary Associate Clinical Professor at Warwick Medical School and continues to be a regional tutor.
Harish is married with two children. He is the owner of a multi-disciplinary mixed Dental Practice and Implant Centre. Harish’s personal practice motto is ‘Quality, Standards and Choice in Dental Care’ and he is passionately committed to this.