Dr Subir Banerji graduated from The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne Dental School.
He completed an advanced course in Restorative Dentistry at The Eastman Dental Hospital, London and his Fellowship of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. He gained his Masters in Clinical Dentistry (Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics) from the University of London and PhD from Kings College London.
He is also a fellow of the International College of Dentists. In addition to his Private Practice in London he is the Programme Director for the MSc in Aesthetic Dentistry which is delivered in a “blended learning format”, a Senior Post Graduate Tutor on the Master’s in Clinical Dentistry (fixed and removable Prosthodontics) programme and a former Senior Undergraduate Clinical Teacher at the Department of Primary Dental Care at King’s College London Dental Institute.
He is an examiner for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes and has supervised and examined several Master’s level final year research and dissertation projects.
He is on the expert European panel to author a consensus paper on the treatment and management of Pathological Tooth Wear and is Head of the Continuing Medical
Education department of i2i Telesolutions Pvt Ltd and on the editorial board of the Academy of Dental Excellence.
Tooth wear and its management is of a growing concern for dental practitioners. Patients are also becoming aware of this as a problem and requesting
treatment and management. For the given situation where the loss of tooth tissue has become a cause for concern for the clinician and/or the patient, removal of further
tooth tissue may not be a viable or desirable option.
Management in a minimal invasive manner, therefore, becomes the approach of choice. Protocols and evidence based techniques to achieve this will be presented.