Bryer Wallace, Knightsbridge

Dr Eva Munoz Aguilera

GDC - 237525 Lic Odont Granada 2005 Periodontist

Eva is a GDC registered specialist in periodontics and has additional experience in general dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Eva enjoys all aspects of periodontology and has a particular interest in regenerating periodontal tissues and soft tissue grafting around teeth and implants. Eva qualified as a dentist in 2005 from the University of Granada, Spain, and obtained her diploma in Advanced Studies in General Dentistry (DEA) in 2011.

After graduation, Eva worked in private practice in Spain for several years, where she covered all aspects of general dentistry. She also obtained further training and clinical skills in cosmetic dentistry, paediatrics, endodontics and periodontology.

Eva moved to the UK in the 2013. She worked in general dental practice and an oral and maxillofacial surgery department.

Eva started her specialist training in periodontology in 2015, which involved presenting several projects in national and international conferences. In addition, Eva was awarded second prize for her research presentations at the Spanish Society of Periodontology conferences held in 2017 and 2018. More recently, her research linking periodontal disease and hypertension was published and released by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).

Eva gained a distinction in periodontology from the Eastman Dental Institute in 2018. She then obtained the Specialist Accreditation MPerio RCS (Ed), followed by her registration with the General Dental Council as a specialist in Periodontology. She’s currently completing her PhD at the International University of Catalunya (UIC), Barcelona.

Eva is a member of the International Team for Implantology (ITI), the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP), and the British and Spanish Periodontology Societies (BSP and SEPA). She’s also Senior Clinical Teaching Fellow at UCL Eastman Dental Institute, where she continues to expand her interest in academic teaching and research.

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