About Northborough Dental Surgery
The Practice is situated in a charming cottage courtyard on picturesque Church Street in Northborough, a couple of doors away from historic Northborough Manor.
We have ample parking and purpose built premises with 2 surgery rooms and a dedicated decontamination and sterilising suite.
It is run by Christopher and Hayley Hibbins, both originally from the area.
Our lovely garden, whilst providing us with plenty of fruit and herbs, adds a calming influence to visitors – do ask to have a look around and you might be lucky enough to meet Hector and Jasper, our very friendly Cardigan Corgis who love to be fussed.
What Our Customers Say
A stress-free examination and filling
A big thankyou for all your hard work. My tooth is perfect now!
Thanks again for your patience and holding my hand!
Thank you so very much for always looking after us in such a wonderful calm way
I really appreciated your kindness and great dentistry
Meet Our Team
He went on to practice in Peterborough and Bourne before coming to Northborough Dental Surgery in 2001.
He has been involved in the local community through schools with his two children, church and Peterborough Foodbank and enjoys singing, gardening and walking his Cardigan Corgi dogs.
She completed her Vocational Training in the Edinburgh scheme and was awarded the VDP prize in 1998. After Vocational Training she went on to become a Senior House Officer at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital in Sheffield, specialising in paedodontics (children’s dentistry), restorative dentistry and oral surgery.
She has since worked in private practice, as an associate, providing advanced restorative treatments, orthodontics (Invisalign, Six Month Smiles), oral surgery and prosthetics, is a graduate of the Dawson academy and also works as a nonsurgical doctor for Transform Medical Group providing facial aesthetics (including wrinkle relaxing injections, dermal fillers, 8-point face lift and obaji skin care).
Academically, she has completed a PgCert in Dental Law and Ethics in 2014, and is enrolled in a part time LLM studying Medical Law and Ethics at the DeMontford University. Rupee is the proud mum of Hugo, a giant schnauzer puppy, enjoys travelling, fine wine and rugby union.
Hayley loves cycling, cooking and knitting and is on various community committees.