Dr Anthony Lam is an internationally recognised Specialist Orthodontist. He is a clinical teacher in Orthodontics at Guy’s Hospital, London, and a member of a number of local and international Orthodontic Societies.
He qualified as a dentist at the University of Melbourne and then gained an MSc in Orthodontics at the University of London. He was awarded the Professor Philip Walther Prize for outstanding performance as part of his MSc and obtained membership of The Royal College of Surgeons upon qualification. Since then, he has worked in private orthodontic practice in the South East region.
His main areas of interest are invisible cosmetic orthodontic braces including the Incognito Lingual appliances, Invisalign, Ceramic and Damon System appliances.
Anthony is a Clinical Lead in the UK for Suresmile which is available at The Orthodontic Gallery. He is a Diamond Invisalign Provider and was invited to treat the winner of the UK wide competition “Invisalign Changed my Life”.With his knowledge and experience, we are able to truly tailor your treatment, quickly and discreetly.
Dr Stuart Yeaton is a Specialist Orthodontist who, in addition to working in practice, also treats complex cases in his roles at Guy’s St Thomas’ Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup. Having qualified as a dentist at Trinity College Dublin, Stuart moved to London to work under leading consultants in a range of dental specialties. He then underwent his specialty training at the prestigious Eastman Dental Hospital where he gained his masters in orthodontics.
Stuart always ensures he discusses all the available options with his patients so that they are happy making informed treatment choices. He also strives to provide a comfortable and relaxed
setting in his surgery so that patients can feel at ease.
Outside of orthodontics, Stuart is a keen reader and a fan of football and tennis. He’s currently learning to speak Greek, having had some success with Spanish and French in the past.
After graduating from UCL with a BSc in Human Sciences in 2007 Alex then went on to graduate as a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from King’s College London Dental Institute, University of London in 2011. He then worked in a general dental practice in London and subsequently took up the post of Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery across the Royal London and Whipps Cross University Hospitals
In 2013 Alex gained his Membership of the Faculty of Dentistry from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Alex qualified as a Specialist in Periodontics in 2017 having studied at King’s College London and he currently works in practice providing Specialist treatment. Alex has been trained in the management of gum (periodontal) problems, implant gum problems (peri-implantitis), and in the placement and restoration of dental implants. He has also received training in bone grafting for implants at The School of Dental Medicine at The University of Bern in Switzerland. Alex always aims to provide a supportive and understanding approach that builds trust and enables him to work closely with his patients for optimum results from treatment.
Kirsty Rodger qualified as an Orthodontic Therapist from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in November 2020. She has been actively involved within the dentistry profession since 2009, having worked as an Additional Duties Dental Nurse and Dental Nurse Tutor prior to qualifying as an Orthodontic Therapist.
She moved to London 5 years ago from Aberdeenshire, Scotland and works at Orthodontic Gallery Monday to Saturday. Her strengths include welcoming new patients to the practice and explaining the patient journey here at Orthodontic Gallery, as well as putting nervous patients at ease during their treatments. Having had braces herself quite recently, she’s a great person to answer any questions or worries you may have.
Kirsty describes herself as a passionate, enthusiastic, and caring therapist, who likes to continuously learn and challenge herself. In 2015 Kirsty was overwhelmed to be nominated by her colleagues for the ‘Dental Care Professional Star Of The Year’ Award in recognition of her hard work. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the gym, running, and dining out. In 2019, she ran the London Marathon for the international Children’s Cleft Lip and Palate charity, ‘Smile Train’ to raise money to provide free surgery to children in developing countries.
Gitana began her dental career as a Dental nurse in 2005, before specialising in Orthodontic nursing. She then completed Orthodontic Therapy training at King’s College London University. She qualified in Orthodontic Therapy awarded by Royal College of Surgeons of England in May 2018.
Gitana also has qualifications in advanced impression taking and dental radiography. She is passionate about delivering excellent results to her patients and is a highly skilled and caring clinician who is enthusiastic and pays great attention to detail.
Victoria has been working in Dentistry for over 16 years. She started her career as a Dental Nurse and then became a Patient Coorindinator and Receptionist.
Her knowledge of the industry enables her to provide unrivalled care, support and treatment advice.