Bupa Dental Care West Kirby

Stefan Stefanescu

GDC - 274517 BDS, University of Oradea 2001 MSc(Endodontology) 2021, PGC(Implantology). DWSI Endodontics Dentist

Stefan joined Bupa Dental Care West Kirby in December 2023, where he provides a range of treatments to our community of patients.

Training and qualifications

Before relocating to the UK, Stefan worked in several practices in Romania with special interest in endodontics, prosthetics and aesthetics. From 2010 he dedicated himself to postgraduate courses and research in the field of endodontics, further developing his skills. He then became a trainer in endodontics and prosthodontics on courses held by prestigious names of European dentistry, having notable contributions to some scientific papers published in Switzerland, Romania, France, Australia, Ireland and Italy.

Stefan obtained his MSc in Endodontology at Chester University in 2021. He published eight scientific research articles. He is a reviewer for the International Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology Research, Open Access Journal of Dental Sciences, International Research Journal of Dentistry, Journal of Dental Reports, Asian Journal of Dental Sciences, Journal of Clinical Case Studies, Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, Journal of Dental Research and Management, Ibero-American Journal of Medicine, Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, Journal of Dentistry and Oral Sciences, Annual Research and Review in Biology.

Stefan is also the editor of the Open Access Journal of Dental and Oral Surgery, International Journal of Recent Innovations in Medicine and Clinical Research and member of the British Society of Endodontists (BES).

Treatments offered

Since he started working in the UK in 2018, Stefan has lent his skills to mixed practices, covering all aspects of dentistry and focusing primarily on endodontics and prosthetics.

Stefan has a caring and understanding attitude to make visiting the dentist a more positive experience, even for the most nervous and anxious patients.

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