Dr David Nolte achieved his degree from the University of Pretoria in South Africa and subsequently developed an interest in cosmetic dentistry and implants. Following his qualification, Dr Nolte furthered his studies in implants and occlusion before working in practices based in St Albans, Stevenage and London. He has gained a wealth of experience in cosmetic dentistry and complex implant treatments, working alongside some very creative and forward-thinking professionals.
Over the last ten years, Dr Nolte has been the owner of a private practice and has had the privilege of being part of a team of specialist dentists, treating cases that require a multidisciplinary approach. Professional development and education in the latest techniques are vitally important to David and his continual progression. Attendance to lectures, courses and seminars are critical to his expertise.
He uses the ‘dental wand’ anaesthesia technique, which initially used to treat his phobic patients, has been extended this to all of his patients. Dr Nolte loves working with people and working with his hands. He enjoys art and being creative, especially when this involves improving someone’s smile. The doctor has many hobbies; from fly fishing to scuba-diving with his family, he also enjoys squash and the occasional game of golf.
Dr Nolte is a member of the British Dental Association, the British Society of Occlusal Studies, and the Association of Dental Implantology UK.