Kyle Talbot BDS
GDC no. - 114330
Kyle attended the University of Bristol Dental School, and qualified in 2007. He has been an integral member of Cathedral Dental Practice ever since. Having completed his vocational training, he stayed with the practice as an associate dentist becoming a partner in 2016.
During his time at the practice Kyle has built up an extensive patient base for which he provides both NHS and private dental care.
Kyle enjoys all aspects of dentistry from prevention and advice for the whole family, to advanced cosmetic treatments.
In his spare time he is a keen sportsman and is tennis mad.
Fergus Brown BDS
GDC no. - 178011
Having graduated from the University of Bristol Dental School in 2009 Fergus initially joined the practice to complete his vocational training placement. He remained as an associate for a further year before moving to Lichfield to further his postgraduate dental studies. In 2014 he returned to Cornwall where he was warmly welcomed back to the practice, and he became a partner in 2016.
Fergus provides his patients with all aspects of general dental care with a focus on preventative dentistry and minimally invasive restorative dental treatment. He also enjoys providing short term orthodontic solutions using the Invisalign system, to help patients straighten teeth and improve their smile.
He has also completed advanced training in facial aesthetic treatment, including dermal fillers, and the treatment of facial lines with Botox.
Fergus Lives near Truro with his wife, and two children. He enjoys cycling, and is a keen scuba diver, especially enjoying wreck diving in the Isles of Scilly.
Alex Willmore BDS
GDC no. - 176453
Alex qualified from Cardiff Dental School in 2009. He completed his vocational training in the centre of Bristol after which he took a post working in a mixed NHS and private practice in Weston-Super-Mare. Here he gained much experience in many fields of dentistry. He returned home to Cornwall in 2014, joining the team at Cathedral Dental. He became a partner in 2016.
His main interest lies in the field of restorative dentistry, being able to provide his patients with a wide range of treatments to suit all their needs.
He completed the one year course in restorative dentistry at the North of England Dental Academy and an advance endodontic course in Manchester.
He also has an interest in short term orthodontics to provide simple treatments to help our patients straighten their smiles, using the clear aligner system Invisalign.
Outside of the surgery Alex can regularly be found on the football pitch or the squash court. He is also keen runner.
Sarah Conchie BDS
GDC no. - 58586
Sarah joined the team at Cathedral dental in 2009 as an associate dentist. She qualified in London in 1983 and as such has a wealth of experience treating patients with a range of needs. She has a keen interest in preventative and cosmetic dentistry, and has recently accepted a post at the peninsula dental school as a clinical supervisor to the undergraduate dental students.
In her spare time Sarah is a keen sailor and loves getting out on the water whenever she can. She enjoys her tennis and running, and regularly competes in the Bath half marathon.
Matt Perry BDS
GDC no. - 258373
Matt graduated in 2015 from the Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry with particular interests in Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry. Since then he has been working in general practice in Cornwall, and joined Cathedral Dental Practice in 2019.
Matt enjoys getting outdoors as much as possible, and can often be found up on the moors or on the coast path. He is a keen ultra distance trail runner, and also loves surfing, travelling, and cycling.
Amy Willmore DipDT
GDC no. - 171226
Amy started her career in dentistry 15 years ago, gaining a national diploma in dental nursing, furthering this achievement to gain a diploma in dental therapy and Hygiene in 2008.
Amy has a special interest in periodontal therapy and as such has completed a masterclass in Periodontics, delivered by Gaston King, a renowned periodontal specialist.
This provides the foundation to offer the patients at Cathedral Dental the best outcomes in periodontal therapy and maintenance of their oral health.
Amy also has a special interest in treating very nervous patients and those who have undergone more complex restorative procedures.
Outside of work Amy enjoys walking her sproker spaniel Aussie along the Cornish coastline. She is a keen baker and goes to regular Pilates sessions.