Expertise Due to Education and Training

In order to become a Prosthodontist, one has to first complete the five and a half year dentistry degree (BChD) and thereafter specialise in a Masters in Prosthodontics (MChD) for a further four years. Both the degrees require completion at an accredited institution.

Keeping Up With The Trends: The field of Prosthodontics continually evolves as missing teeth treatment or solutions are improved by technology. With this, patients can be assured that a Prosthodontist is abreast with the current trends. Dental implants for instance, can be performed using the teeth-in-a-day procedure that replaces traditional procedures that would take a few months.


Studied Dentistry from 1995 – 2000 


1. Prosthodontics

2. Dentsply – Best Student in Dental Materials

 Lectured from 2003 to 2005

Lectured and studied from 2005 to 2009 (Postgraduate)

Currently involved with research (Heat transmission along a dental implant body with Prof. Greets (UWC))

Presented at two International Conferences:

2003 – International Association of Dental Research – The detection of occlusal caries using various diagnostic aids and implications for management.

2009 – International College of Prosthodontics – Heat transmission along a dental implant body.