Neil Heath is the clinic's consultant radiologist and plays a key role in working with our clinical team when assessing the results of our Cone-beam CT scans of patients involved in treatment and especially dental implant work.
He also currently works as an NHS Consultant and is Hon Clinical Senior Lecturer in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology at Glasgow Dental Hospital and School.
He combines a broad dental background with experience in medical and dental imaging.
He qualified as a Diagnostic radiographer in 1987 -Sheffield where he worked as a general radiographer at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital gaining experience in neuro, orthopaedic and A&E radiography.
He qualified BDS with merit in Restorative dentistry from Newcastle in 1995 .VT was completed in Edinburgh 1996, MSc restorative dentistry-(with distinction 1997), MFDSRCS Edin 2001. He satisfied the Royal College of Radiologists in 2007 in his exit exam, where he was awarded DDR,RCR on completion of Specialist Registrar training in Newcastle Upon Tyne (2003-2008). Since qualifying in dentistry - he has had the opportunity to work in both primary and secondary care settings which have included -NHS, Private practice (Principal) and Community dentistry - (out of hours service).
His main radiological interests are in salivary gland and TMJ imaging. Cone-beam CT imaging provides Neil with increasing opportunities to help the dental and medical colleagues for whom he provides a diagnostic reporting service. His academic interests include lecturing to undergraduate and post graduate audiences. He is involved in peer review and holds a visiting lectureship at the University of Hasselt Belgium. He has lectured in Libya 2008 with an MFDS delegation and teaches on the Kings College London, MSc programme in Oral- Radiology.
(Neil Heath is registered with the General Dental Council and his registration number is 70569)
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