Greg qualified from the University of Birmingham in 2009. After completing Vocational Training in South Devon he under took senior house officer posts in; Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Royal London Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital), Special Care Dentistry (Buckinghamshire) and Paediatrics(Dundee Dental Hospital).
After being accepted onto the specialist training pathway for Orthodontics Greg relocated to Taunton in 2014. During this time he completed his Doctorate in Dental Surgery at the University of Bristol. In 2017 he sat his Membership in Orthodontics exams with the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Having successfully passed the exams Greg was registered on the Orthodontics Specialist List with the General Dental Council.
Originally from Luton, Greg is a keen Luton Town FC fan. When he is not supporting his team he can be found riding one of his motorbikes or playing golf (badly).
Zoe Bakal Dip Orth Therapy RCS Edinburgh GDC No 156481
Tracy Taylor GDC No 136544
Lucy Willits GDC No 231021
Lucy Manning GDC No 275661
Ellie Knott GDC No 274440
The General Dental Council (GDC) are the governing body who set standards in dentistry which registered dental professionals must follow. They produce advice for patients including lists of questions you might want to ask during your appointments.
For further information you can can visit their website www.gdc-uk.org
By law, all dentists, dental nurses, dental technicians, dental hygienists, dental therapists, clinical dental technicians and orthodontic therapists who provide your dental care must be registered with the GDC.
GDC registration numbers of all of our team can be found above.
While on the GDC register you can expect dental professionals to keep their skills up to date through continuing professional development. They also need to meet gdc standards.
There are nine principles registered dental professionals must keep to at all times.
As a GDC registrant dentists must:
- Put patients’ interests first
- Communicate effectively with patients
- Obtain valid consent
- Maintain and protect patients’ information
- Have a clear and effective complaints procedure
- Work with colleagues in a way that is in patients’ best interests
- Maintain, develop and work within their professional knowledge and skills
- Raise concerns if patients are at risk
- Make sure their personal behaviour maintains patients’ confidence in you and the dental profession