Maryam Bhatia graduated from the University of Leeds in 2010 and has spent the past 10 years in general dental practice.
Maryam passed her MFDS exams with The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2012, an internationally recognised dental qualification which demonstrated an early commitment to professional development.
In 2016 she undertook the FGDP (Royal College Surgeons of England) Short Course in Periodontics, taught by Periodontics expert Phil Ower. Her approach to managing gum disease has since evolved.
Feel free to ask her questions on the many risk factors that can be managed holistically in order to achieve lower gum pocket depths!
Maryam has also been tutored by Richard S Kahan (past Director of Endodontic Courses within the Eastman CPD unit) at the Academy of Advanced Endodontics 99 Harley Street, London exploring modern and efficient root canal techniques together with simplified protocols for rotary and hand NiTi endodontics. Root canal treatment can seem daunting but Maryam can use advanced technology to speed up the process without compromising quality.
Maryam’s work ethic encompasses ambition for clinical excellence whilst maintaining ethics and integrity as a guiding tool. She has recently been mentored by like-minded peers at the prestigious world-renowned Eastman Dental Institute where she is now coming to the end of her Diploma in Restorative General Dental Practice.
Maryam has experience in listening to what patients desire from their treatment outcomes and will endeavor to achieve this using minimally invasive and biomimetic principles. Her calm approach enables you to understand your diagnosis in a manner which empowers you to take ownership over your oral health condition.
Maryam will be happy to explore a wide array of restorative treatment options including:
In her spare time, Maryam is a culinary enthusiast! She, like most, is ever keen to add to her travel journal and is a major movie buff of the 90s.