Malt House Specialist Dental Centre

Adam Franks

GDC - 214836 BDS University of Dundee 2011 Dental Surgeon

Adam has a keen interest in cosmetic and restorative dentistry and has completed postgraduate qualifications in his field. He particularly enjoys treating patients who have jaw joint and neck problems.

Dr Adam Franks graduated from Dundee University with a Bachelor Degree in Dental Surgery (BDS) in 2011. He then went on to live and work in Edinburgh for three years, in general practice. During these three years, he also performed minor oral surgery in Borders General Hospital and in the Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute. He then completed further postgraduate examinations with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

Adam moved back to the North West of England in 2014 and spent a year working and studying with the clinical director of the Dawson Academy UK, Ian Buckle. He learned how to treat complex dental cases predictively and effectively, including severely worn dentition and joint problems. He focused on complex aesthetic cases, using modern techniques in restorative dentistry.

He is a member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentists (BACD) as he remains focused on keeping up to date with the latest cosmetic techniques and technologies. He likes to continue his professional development, having an active interest in restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

Adam recently completed his postgraduate certification course (PGCert) in implant dentistry at the Institute of Clinical Excellence, where he worked alongside the senior lecturer in implantology, from Warwick University.

Adam particularly enjoys treating patients with jaw joint problems, neck problems and headaches, and he is focused on long-term aesthetics which are long-lasting and function well.

Adam also enjoys helping those in need and has travelled internationally to provide healthcare. He has provided dental care and oral health advice to those in need, in Peru and is planning a trip to refugee camps in Greece to provide dental care.

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