GDC Registration: 284311
Rohit qualified as a dentist from King’s College London in 2019 and has been working at Brickfields Dental since completing his foundation training, as well as having been an emergency dentist throughout the COVID-19 summer 2020 lockdown in Cambridgeshire.
During his time at King’s, Rohit won the Patient Commitment award as well as being shortlisted for both the Jack Wheatley Carlton Hunter Prize and the Patient Consideration prize for aiming to provide the utmost level of care and going that one step further to help patients feel more comfortable with their oral health. In addition to this, Rohit has won the professionalism award multiple times taking it upon himself to provide ethical dentistry personalised to each individual patient.
Rohit has since been declared runners up for the John McLean award by the British Dental Association for the Best Case Presentation 2019 and has also written articles alongside several leading clinicians for well-known dental journals. To widen his experiences, he undertook surgical placements in the world-renowned Guy’s Hospital, London as well as the Sri Guru Ram Das Hospital, India.
Rohit is currently completing a post-graduate year-long programme focussing on comprehensive aesthetic dentistry and restorative dentistry under the tutelage of world-renowned dentist, Dr Chris Orr. Rohit’s interests are in minimally invasive aesthetic restorative dentistry as well as surgical dentistry.
Outside of dentistry, Rohit is a fitness addict - being known to attend the gym before dawn in addition to conducting outdoor workouts, as well as being a keen swimmer.