Dr. Phillip J. Townes BDS.
GDC No. – 70656
I Graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1995, and bought this practice with Barbara, my wife in October 2004.
My artistic and slightly obsessive personality means I enjoy creating beautiful fillings as well as working with our laboratories to create natural looking crowns, bridges and dentures.
My other rather curious passion is root canal work, an interest I am thinking about furthering by undertaking a Masters Degree course in this subject in the coming years as family commitments allow.
Dr. Barbara Townes BDS.
GDC No. 70635
I Graduated from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1995, and bought this practice with Phil, my husband in October 2004.
At home, as the mother of 3 young children our family is a major part of daily life. Whilst at the surgery I take great pride in offering my patients clear, concise and educated choices for their dental care prior to providing the highest quality treatment.
Dr. Ceri Owen-Roberts BDS.
GDC No. – 112728
I qualified at Bristol University in 2007. Since qualifying as a dentist I have dedicated myself to the area of dental implant treatments. I am a member of the International Team of Implantologists (ITI); a multi-national organization that promotes and disseminates knowledge on all aspects of implant dentistry and related tissue regeneration through education and research with the aim of benefiting patients.
I have received training from the ITI in mentoring new ‘implant dentists’ and I am frequently involved with training other dentists.
Ms. Sinead McCaffrey RDH.
GDC No. – 200152
I am originally from County Fermanagh. I trained first as a dental nurse, then as a Dental Hygienist in Dublin at Trinity College. I worked in Dublin for 8 years before moving to South Africa for 2 years.
I have been back in the UK since 2010 and working here in Stonehouse since November 2011.
Mrs. Jackie Raines
I was born & bred in Stroud. My passions are my garden and my close-knit family.
I have been a Dental Receptionist for nearly 20 years and I think I’ve just about got the hang of it! In fact I could probably write a book on my experiences – but don’t worry, I won’t!
Miss Hayley Carter
I started Dental Nursing in 2009 and qualified in 2012. I enjoy my job as it is always interesting, I gain new knowledge everyday and it allows me to look after patients in a friendly atmosphere. I am currently working toward a further qualification to allow me to take on the valuable role of Oral Health Educator within the practice.
Miss Rowenna Chambers
I started working at Townes & Townes as a trainee dental nurse in March 2015. I am currently studying for a Diploma in Dental Nursing. I previously worked in a nursing home as a care assistant but decided it was time for a change. Having been a patient at the practice for a number of years, I knew how friendly and welcoming everyone was and I was excited to join the team.