Jag Dhanda is a UK trained Consultant Maxillofacial / Head and Neck Surgeon and Clinical Reader with a specialist interest in head and neck cancer and dental implants. He has multiple awards including a recent presidents prize for his research in head and neck cancer. He is the only UK surgeon to have obtained the college, specialty and faculty research fellowships from the Royal College of Surgeons of England and he is the programme director for the MSc programme in Implant Dentistry at the University of Brighton Medical School.

Jag started his dental implant training in 2002 with short courses and has subsequently had further exposure to surgical aspects of implant dentistry during his higher surgical training. This training includes the placement of implants in the entire facial skeleton as well as dental implants and the placement of implants in facial deformity, traumatic facial injury and cancer reconstruction. He is one of the highest volume providers of dental implants in the UK and regularly runs courses for dentists including hands on surgery and live surgery. He is able to offer both surgical and restorative aspects of treatment from single teeth, to multiple teeth and bridges, as well as full arch reconstruction and implant retained dentures. He is also able to offer all bone grafting procedures including guided bone regeneration, sinus lifts and zygomatic implants. With 23 years of training he is one of the highest trained dental implant surgeons in the UK.

Additional Information

Medical qualifications BSc (Hons) BDS (Bristol), MFDSRCS (Eng), MBBS (Lon), MRCS (Eng), PhD, FRCS (OMFS)

Year of qualification 1995, 2000, 2004

Current memberships Royal College of Surgeons of England