On completion of his dental studies in 1982, Wilfred followed a higher pathway in Restorative Dentistry within the London dental teaching hospitals. After completing his postgraduate degree in Conservative Dentistry at the Eastman Dental Hospital, he entered private practice in London.
Neil is a qualified specialist in prosthodontics. He was awarded the prestigious masters in clinical dentistry (prosthodontics) with a distinction from kings college london. As a specialist he is able to plan and carry out treatment on complicated cases bringing in support of his specialist colleagues where need be. Neil offers a comprehensive range of prosthodontic treatments to patients and welcomes referrals. He has experience of assessing, planning and treating advanced restorative cases.
Neil graduated from guy’s hospital with his bds degree and several awards including the newland pedley award for the most clinically outstanding student and the saunders prize for best patient care. After working in several hospital senior house officer posts including restorative dentistry, oral medicine and children’s dentistry (community and special needs) he was accepted on to the specialist post graduate degree at guys. In 2009, neil was highly commended for the best young dentist award in 2009 in london. Following completion of his mclindent in fixed and removable prosthodontics and mpros rcs (edin), he was recognised by the general dental council as a specialist in prosthodontics.
Neil is a great asset to our team. Patients are always happy with his treatment and his gentle, informative manner.
In addition to his involvement at century dental clinic, neil is currently a senior clinical teaching fellow at the eastman dental institute where he lectures and teaches postgraduate dentists.
What is prosthodontics?
Prosthodontics is the field of dentistry that relates to rebuilding natural teeth and restoring missing teeth with artificial (prosthetic) replacements.
This may involve a routine procedure such as making a crown for a damaged tooth or it could involve more complex procedures, such as full mouth reconstruction or treating facial deformities.
If you’ve recently been in an accident that chipped or broke one or more of your teeth, you would see a prosthodonist. Other possible reasons for damaged teeth include age, disease, and decay. A prosthodontic specialist will help you come up with the best way to restore the function and appearance of your teeth.