Dentist, GDC 74492
Matthew graduated from Leeds University in 1998 and after working in Huddersfield and travelling extensively around the world he settled in Batley in 2000.
Matthew achieved membership of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners (FDGP) in 2001 through the Royal College of surgeons in London. He has been awarded a Masters in Clinical Dentistry from the University of London in 2008. Matthew is a member of the Association of Dental Implantologists and a fellow of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners. He is currently chair of Calderdale and Kirklees Local Dental Committee.
Matthew is committed to further education, completing over 70 hours of CPD (continuing Professional Development) a year. He has received extensive further training of composite techniques, aesthetic dentistry and implantology, both in the UK and internationally. In 2010, Matthew was awarded a Fellowship by the Faculty of General Dental practitioners- their highest accolade.
Matthew’s clinical area of interest is in dental rehabilitations and implants for patients with worn and missing teeth. Having been placing implants for over 10 years Matthew has this year been awarded a Diploma in Dental Implantology from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. This is a testament to all his hard work and skill in this field.
Outside of Dentistry, Matthew is a former amateur rugby player and enjoys sport generally.