Daniel qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 1999 and entered general dental practice. After working in a variety of different fields within dentistry including a year as a senior house officer in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, and special needs care and children’s dentistry in the Brighton Community Dental Service. Over this period he developed an interest in Prosthodontics and the rehabilitation of complex dental cases.
In 2006 Daniel started specialist training in Prosthodontics at the London Dental Institute in Guy’s Hospital, London, which he successfully completed in 2010. Since then Daniel has been running his own private practice as well as working at another clinic with a focus on implant dentistry and oral rehabilitation.
Since completion of his specialist training, as well as keeping up to date with modern restorative and reconstructive treatment methods and approaches, Daniel has completed a graduate diploma in Law at BPP Professional College in London and is currently in the process of converting this into a law degree.
Daniel says: “I take great pleasure in being able to truly improve patient’s lives with the work we can provide. I love the predictability and flexibility that dental implants can bring to Dentistry. I also enjoy being part of a team of professionals who excel at bringing these complex treatments to patients in a caring and considerate manner.”
Outside of work and studies, Daniel makes the most of his surroundings, being a keen cyclist, kite surfer and diver. He also takes an interest in Art, History and Astronomy.