Dr Reena Wadia
BDS Hons (Lond) MJDF RCS (Eng) MClinDent (Perio) MPerio RCS (Edin) FHEA
I’m 31. British Indian. Born, educated and live in London. I graduated from Barts and The London in 2011. I completed my Dental Foundation training and had a fantastic year thanks to the team at MK Vasant & Associates. I was then lucky enough to be offered a Senior House Officer post at Guy’s Hospital, where my time was equally split between the Restorative and Oral Surgery departments. During this year, I kept my hand in practice by working in a general and specialist periodontal practice, before deciding upon joining the specialty training pathway. I completed a part-time four year specialty training programme in Periodontology, whilst working in practice. I spent several years working with Harley Street Dental Group and Woodford Dental Care. I am now primarily based at RW Perio, where my practice is limited to periodontal care. I am also working as an associate specialist at King’s College Dental Hospital.
I am passionate about education and was privileged enough to be a part-time Clinical Tutor for the undergraduate as well as the Hygiene Therapy students at Barts and The London. I really enjoy sharing what I learn through my blog and other journals. I also endeavour to contribute to the profession through my position at the Faculty of General Dental Practice and British Dental Association. My other roles include Co-editor of the ‘Other Journals in Brief’ section of the British Dental Journal and Social Media Lead for the European Federation of Periodontology. As much as I love teeth (and gums of course), I have lots of other hobbies to keep me occupied! I enjoy keeping fit and I’m always up for a challenge – I recently completed the Spartan Race, which was great fun. I’m also passionate about photography, making (and eating) desserts, travelling and spiritual development.
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