Jagdip has extensive experience in planning and placing dental implants as a Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, and is actively involved in training general dental practitioners, postgraduate students, junior and senior specialty trainees. He is a specialist Royal College examiner and enjoys providing all aspects of restorative dentistry such as implant dentistry, periodontics and endodontics. His focus is on provision of patient centred evidence-based care and he provides predictable well researched treatments.
Following graduation as a dentist from King’s, his vocational dental practice experience was fulfilling, and he won the project prize. Subsequently he worked as a Senior House Officer at various hospitals, whilst also working in practice.
Jagdip completed his postgraduate and specialty training at the Eastman Dental Hospital and won the 3M prize for best postgraduate trainee on the Masters in Conservative Dentistry at the Eastman. He was also the first London based Specialty Registrar to sit a specialist monospecialty Royal College membership exam whilst a Registrar.
He has represented the Senior Registrars in Restorative Dentistry Group, presented posters at national and international conferences, and has publications in several dental disciplines.
Jagdip has three young children and enjoys thinking about the times when he used to have time for hobbies, such as football and fine dining.