I qualified as a Dentist in 2002 from the University of Otago in New Zealand and in 2009 I returned back to Otago to pursue postgraduate studies and completed my Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry specialising in Endodontics in 2011. After graduation I worked as a general practitioner and Endodontist in both New Zealand and overseas in the United Arab Emirates and have excellent technical skills and experience.
I’m passionate about teaching and learning new skills. I have lectured extensively around the world and have published numerous scientific articles related to endodontics. Recently, I completed over 300 hours of continuing education from the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and successfully completed the part-1 examinations and plan to continue towards becoming a fellow of the Academy.
I can relate well to patients from various backgrounds and I am passionate about continuing my learning in advances in dentistry. I enjoy working in a practice environment and putting my skills and experiences to good use, working as part of a team and helping people.