Since Georgie qualified with her BDS (Hons) from St Bart’s and The Royal London Dental School in 2004, she has remained committed to increasing her skills and keeping up-to-date with the latest techniques. “It’s just one of the reasons why I’m so happy to be working with The Implant Centre team,” says Georgie. “They’re right at the leading edge of dentistry today.” She likes to spend time getting to know her patients and works with them in a relaxed manner so that all of them, including the nervous ones, feel at ease. “My aim,” says Georgie, “is to offer the highest quality dental care in a calm and friendly environment”.
Georgie is highly qualified for her role at The Implant Centre with a wide range of hospital and practice-based experience. She spent two years working in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery hospital departments and took postgraduate examinations to gain Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons (MFDS) at the Royal College of Surgeons in 2007. She then gained a training position in the division of Restorative Dentistry at the Eastman Dental Institute and Hospital in London. Georgie followed this with a Master’s Degree in Conservative Dentistry at the Eastman in 2009. Her training included an in-depth study and clinical experience of restorative dentistry and dental implants, which triggered her enthusiasm for Implantology. She currently examines candidates for the MJDF Royal College of Surgeons exam and has nearly three years’ experience in teaching restorative dentistry to final year undergraduates at St Thomas’ hospital in London.
Outside of dentistry, Georgie likes tennis and yoga, and recently ran the London Marathon. She enjoys socialising and travelling with her husband, Nick.