Queens Cross Dental
GDC - 56565 BDS Newcastle University 1982, FDS Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 1986, DRD Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 1987, MDS Newcastle University 1992, MRD Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 1994 Specialist in Restorative dentistry, Periodontics, Endodontics and Prosthodontics
In addition, he provides treatment planning advice, diagnosis of complex problems, periodontal disease management, endodontic treatment and re-treatment, and aesthetic dental problem management.
Martin is now dedicating his time to treating patients referred to him at Queens Cross Dental Practice. This currently involves managing patients with persistent periodontal problems, as well as working closely with individuals who have high expectations for tooth replacement following trauma, extensive periodontal bone loss or challenges presented by heavily restored and worn dentition. Dental implant options play a major role in Martin’s treatments, but options providing more traditional approaches - such as crowns, bridges and careful use of dentures to achieve the desired outcome for the patient - still have an important part to play.
Martin is recognised by the GDC as a specialist in each of the restorative disciplines and is on the specialist register for restorative dentistry as well as for periodontics, endodontics, and prosthodontics. Having over 25 years’ experience as a specialist and consultant, he continuously uses his wide knowledge base to appropriately advise all patients that seek his care. Martin provides tailored complex treatment planning for every patient, and delivers the treatment required to a high standard across the full range of restorative dentistry procedures.
Until recently, Martin was an NHS consultant in restorative dentistry and was clinical director of Aberdeen Dental Hospital and Institute of Dentistry for 12 years. In this role he was a trainer for other specialists in all aspects of restorative dentistry, endodontics, fixed and removable prosthodontics and periodontology, and he established the Regional Dental Implant Service in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary more than 25 years ago. His role in this service included delivering complex implant rehabilitations as part of a multidisciplinary team, treating patients who have experienced oral and facial defects as a result of trauma and cancer surgery.
Referrals welcome for all aspects of restorative dentistry, particularly dental implant rehabilitation