After qualifying from Glasgow Dental Hospital and School, Krish completed a range of hospital training posts within Scotland. In 2005 he was appointed as a specialist registrar in fixed and removable Prosthodontics at the Edinburgh Dental Institute. During this time he completed a masters degree in fixed and removable Prosthodontics and in 2008 achieved his Membership in Restorative Dentistry (MRD) from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh specialising in Prosthodontics.
Krish is fully experienced in all aspects of conventional and implant, fixed and removable Prosthodontics. He has developed a keen interest in aesthetic full mouth rehabilitations using restorative, surgical and multidisciplinary approaches. He is interested in establishing working relationships with referring dentists that wish to develop their own skills and knowledge base to improve the quality of care to their patients.
Krish is also a senior clinical researcher for the University of Edinburgh and honorary specialist in Prosthodontics at the Edinburgh Dental Institute where he is committed to the postgraduate training of dentists from new graduates through to master’s degree students.
What is endodontics?
Endodontics is also better known as Root Canal Treatment. Root Canal Treatment becomes necessary when the nerve of a tooth becomes irreversibly damaged, and therefore has to be surgically removed.
Periodontal disease affects the gums, bone and other supporting tissues of the teeth. Most individuals suffer gum inflammation from time to time, around 10% of the population appear to suffer from the more severe forms.