Neil graduated from the University of Bristol Dental Institute in 2008. After successfully completing Vocational Training in London, he worked as a Senior House Officer in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the prestigious Bart’s and the London hospital, London and the Royal United Hospital, in Bath where he perfecting his oral surgery skills. He was then offered teaching posts at both the Royal London Dental Institute and the Royal College of Surgeons, England where he was later made an Honorary Clinical Lecturer for his contributions to the Royal College.
Wanted to improve his restorative skills in order to provide the most appropriate and reliable treatments for his ever growing list of patients, Neil applied for and was accepted on the King’s College London Specialist Training program in 2012 where he spent four years training to become a Specialist in the field of Prosthodontics.
Qualifying in 2016, Neil has now entered the world of Specialist practice. The skills he has developed allow his to treat a range of complicated conditions ranging from severe tooth wear, which is an ever growing concern for clients today, to reconstructive working utilising crown, bridge and implants. All of which are aimed to provide clients with a fully function and highly aesthetic smile.
In his spare time Neil teaches qualified dentists on behalf of Health Education, England as well as running a mentoring scheme.
Neil has become a keen runner after training for and successfully completing the London Marathon 2018 and enjoys keeping fit and taking part in activities that push him to the limits of endurance. He is constantly looking for new experiences to stimulate him and widen his horizons. His next adventure is always just around the corner.
GDC Number: 129839