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  • 5th April 2018


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BSc (Hons), BDS (Bristol), MFDS RCS (Restorative Dentistry) RCS Ed.,FHEA

I qualified in dentistry at Bristol University in 1999 and completed my Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry in 2006 (Royal College Surgeons, Edinburgh). I provide management of patients with head and neck cancer and developmental disorders. My specialist interests include multidisciplinary care of patients with orthodontic-restorative needs and the rehabilitation of cancer patients with dental implants. As the managed clinical network chair in Restorative Dentistry for the Southwest, I am developing a network across the region to help provide specialist services to all patients and improve quality of care.

I have a passion for education. I am clinical lead for the Exeter education facility and associate professor in clinical education in Plymouth University.  I have played an active role in the development of dental virtual patient a tool to develop treatment planning skills and I am responsible for the clinical dentistry modules in the final year of the undergraduate program.  I am also a module lead for the postgraduate cert/diploma/masters in Restorative Dentistry and leading on advanced restorative dentistry techniques in year 2.  I am the training program director for Restorative Dentistry in the Southwest and Honorary Secretary of the British Society for Restorative Dentistry both of which allow me to share my enthusiasm for my speciality.