Mandeep qualified from The University of Sheffield Dental School in 2003. As an undergraduate he was the only student to graduate with two degrees. In addition to his dental degree, he was awarded first class honours in 'Biomolecular Science in Relation to Dentistry.'
After qualifying, he held a Community Dental Officer post in Derby, gaining a varied experience in paediatric dentistry and orthodontics. After spending a further four years in private and NHS practice in Nottingham, he took up an Honorary Clinical Tutor post at King's College London. Mandeep was involved in training and examining future dentists in paediatric dentistry. This lead to an appointment as a Registrar in Orthodontics at King's College Hospital and St George's Hospital. He successfully completed his specialist training winning the William Houston Gold Medal for the most meritorious MOrth exam performance.
For the last 10 years Mandeep's dental practice has been exclusively limited to cosmetic dentistry and complex orthodontics only, and he enjoys creating beautiful smiles for children and adult patients, with a particular interest in complicated and transformative cosmetic cases.
Mandeep has published articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and is actively involved in research to help further the professions knowledge in the field of orthodontics. This commitment to professional development and research helps him to stay at the forefront of orthodontic knowledge, and apply this knowledge to his clinical practice.
Outside work, Mandeep enjoys spending time with his wife and three young girls, and spending long Sunday mornings out on his bike. Although his tennis career never materialised, he enjoys watching the professionals and helping his four year old work on her cross court backhand.