GDC Number: 107556
DDS Diploma of Medical University of Bialystok 1994.
Agnieszka has 24 years of dental experience and has worked in private practices abroad and in the UK as well as in NHS practices.
Agnieszka was a practice owner for over 20 years and has also been a VT trainer as well as completing a number of Post Graduate courses.
What Agnieszka loves most about her job is interacting with people and helping them to achieve a healthy mouth. Agnieszka loves the precision and diversity of her work and enjoys every aspect. Her favourite field is Dental Surgery and Cosmetic Dentistry including Cosmetic Ortho. Agnieszka always ensures that she listens to her patients and makes them feel relaxed and comfortable.
In her spare time, Agnieszka enjoys a number of things such as animal behaviourism, psychology, literature, films, music & cars. Some of her hobbies include dog training, horse riding, skiing, hiking, cooking, scuba diving, target shooting and travelling.
Piotr Andrzej Marsik
GDC Number: 107560
Lek Dent (DDS) Poland Bialystok 1990
Piotr has a keen interest in Dental Implants, Restorative Dentistry, Endodontic, Prosthodontics & CEREC. Piotr holds Advance Certificates in Implants, GBR & Sinus Lifting and CEREC.
When he is not in practice, Piotr enjoys motorclycing, biking, hunting, scuba diving, travelling and recently aircraft piloting.
GDC Number: 68373
Associate Dental Surgeon
BChD Leeds 1992
Neil graduated from Leeds University in 1992, with a Distinction in Clinical Dentistry.
After working in Nairn, Aviemore and Kingussie and elsewhere in Inverness, Neil joined the Academy Street Dental Practice in 1994, in partnership with Eric Main, John Jamieson and Robert Purvis.
When the on-going development of Inverness demanded a relocation, Neil and his wife, Bea, set up the Academy Dental Practice on Union Street in October 1998.
In September 2018, having sold the Academy Practice but keen for another chapter in his dental career, Neil moved to Inshes Dental Centre.
In his spare time, Neil enjoys playing the Trombone & Tuba in a number of local ensembles. He also enjoys playing golf and is a member of the Cambridge Golf Club. As well as this, Neil is a keen rower at the Inverness Rowing Club and can be found rowing or sculling the Caledonian Canal on a weekly basis, or competing in Strathclyde Park or beyond.
Not only is Neil extremely active but he is also enjoys computer programming and has contributed to the Debian Operating Systems, written several well received open source applications and websites!