All our dentists adhere to the rules governing the profession under strict guidance from the General Dental Council (GDC) “Standards for Dental Professionals”.
Our team of highly skilled and innovative dentists has acquired many years of experience to deal with simple as well as complex dental needs. All our dentists undertake regular post-graduate training to ensure that we undertake best practice.
He has 22 year’s clinical experience in dentistry having worked as an associate dental surgeon in general dental practice and also the last 14 years in a hospital unit in restorative dentistry.
Dr Dhamecha has a special interest in endodontics – that is root canal treatments. He has completed various postgraduate courses and continues to attend regular postgraduate training courses. He has completed the MFDGP (UK) examination from the Royal College of Surgeons, England in 2003, and in 2005 completed the Certificate in Endodontics from the Eastman Dental Institute.
Presently Dr Dhamecha is part-time Speciality Dentist in Endodontics in the Restorative Dentistry department at St George’s Hospital, Tooting. He also works as a dentist with a special interest in endodontics (DwSI) at two referral practices in London. He was a practice owner for 7 years, but currently his practice is limited to Endodontics.
Outside of dentistry Dr Dhamecha enjoys travel, reading and is a keen skier. He plays an active role in the BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir, Neasden, with various fund raising and charitable activities.
BDS (Lond) MSurg Dent MFDS RCS (Eng) Dip D Sed
Specialist in Oral Surgery GDC No. 80005
Shina qualified with Distinction from St. Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2001. She has many years of experience in the field of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and gained her MFDS fellowship qualification in 2004 and her MSurg Dent qualification from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2009.
Shina has been a member of the Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry ( SAAD) since 2004 and has undertaken further postgraduate training in treating nervous and anxious patients with sedation.
Shina currently works as an Oral Surgeon at King’s College Hospital 2 days a week where she is involved in the teaching and training of undergraduates, junior Doctors and Specialist Registrars in training. She works as a specialist oral surgeon in General and Private practice the rest of the week
practitioner in central London.
After 6 years of general dentistry and attaining his Membership of Joint Dental Faculties
from RCS (Eng), he went on to complete a Masters’ Degree programme in Conservative
Dentistry at Eastman Dental Institute (UCL).
In 2017 Reza was accepted onto a 3-year speciality training programme in endodontics and
has been working under the capacity of dentist with special interest in endodontics.
He is an ambitious dentist in pursuit of excellence and eager to refine his skill set to provide
the highest possible standard of care for his patients.
Her previous post at Bristol University was president of Welfare Society.
Aside from academia, Liyana enjoys hiking, going to the gym and socialising with friends..
Jack recently graduated with BDS Hons from King’s College London, where he was awarded the A.M Clover Prize and the Korey Feran Prize (St. Pauls) for the best final year case presentation. He was also nominated for the Tom Pitt-Ford Prize in Endodontology (Root Canals) and Prosthetics Class Prize (Dentures, Crowns and Bridges). He is shortlisted as a finalist in the National Dental Student of the Year awards, due to find out shortly.
He holds voluntary posts at King’s College London and the Dental Wellness Trust which encapsulates research, giving back to the community as well as arranging events. His previous voluntary posts include Vice-President of KCL Dental Society.
Academia aside, Jack enjoys playing and watching rugby and socialising with friends.
Tapas has developed a keen interest in aesthetic dentistry and looks forward to developing further in this area. He hopes to gain great experience from his highly qualified colleagues.
Prior to studying dentistry Tapas graduated with a Bsc Hons in chemistry.
In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, photography and playing football for Alexandra Park Football Club.
Our hygienists, Ms Neha Thakker (GDC No. 278240), Mrs. Jurate Berg (GDC No. 219305) and Mrs. Agnieska Glowacka (GDC No. 168126) provide invaluable support to our dentists. Our hygienists are very much appreciated by our patients for their gentle and caring approach. They provide advice and guidance on oral hygiene methods to help keep gums healthy, prevent gum disease and promote fresh breath.
Our friendly support staff includes our dental nurses and receptionists without whom our team would not be complete. We are proud of the care and attention they show to our patients. Their impressive range of skills and abilities is a great credit to them and invaluable to our practice.