Dr Mitul Shah
|Name||Dr Mitul Shah|
|Qualifications||BDS Lond 2012|
|GDC Registration||No. 228287|
Dr Mitul Shah graduated from King’s College London in 2012.
After working in general practice in Oxfordshire, he gained experience in oral and maxillofacial surgery and restorative dentistry at the Royal London Hospital.
Mitul’s work at Royal London Hospital inspired him to pursue a career in periodontics. He graduated with distinction from an intensive four-year specialist training programme in periodontology at Guy’s Hospital (King’s College London) and went on to attain Membership in Periodontics of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
Mitual enjoys extensive experience managing complex gum health problems including recession, deformities, gummy smiles and other problems – especially with dental implants.
In addition to clinical work, Mitul is a specialist clinical teacher and undergraduate supervisor for the Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences at King’s College London. He is currently working towards a postgraduate certificate in academic practice and Fellowship of the Higher education Academy (FHEA).
Mitul is an elected member of the British Society of Periodontology (BSP) council, with whom he regularly lectures around the UK and works to promote a better understanding of gum health among the public. He is also elected chair of the BSP’s Early Career Group network.
Mitul lives close to Chelsea Dental Clinic with his wife and young daughter. Outside dentistry, he enjoys cooking, learning new languages travel. Mitul also enjoys staying fit with dog walking and park runs.