Dentist & Partner, Dr James Tinning qualified from the University of Leeds receiving the Kenneth Stark Prize for professionalism, management & leadership. James has completed the postgraduate examinations for Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and has completed a Master’s degree programme in Restorative Dentistry, with his research subject being dental bridgework designs.
James has interests in restorative dentistry, dental implants and fixed and removable prosthetics. He is a member of the British Society of Restorative Dentistry, the Association of Dental Implantology and the Faculty of General Dental Practice, where he is currently a board member and treasurer for the North West division.
James regularly lectures to other dentists on the subject of restorative dentistry including lectures on crown and bridgework and implant retained prostheses. He has co-authored a paper in the British dental journal with Dr Andrew Shelley on the subject of dental implants. James sees new patient referrals for restorative dentistry alongside his regular patients and is contactable directly via email@example.com
Outside of the practice, James lives with his family in south Manchester.