Dr. Roshith Valiyamannil
- Position: Principal Dentist
- Location: 144 High St, Broadstairs CT10 1JB, United Kingdom
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 01843 861664
Roshith Valiyamannil (ROSH), BDS, MDS (Masters In Oral Surgery), MFDS (Royal College of England, London), Trained for Implants in Royal college London, PG Dip Implants (Cambridge Uni), SAAD sedation.
Dr. Roshith has done his BDS (1992-1997) and Masters in Oral Surgery (1997-2000).He has 24 years of experience as a Dental surgeon. Immediately after his BDS in 1997, he joined for his post-graduation in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery till 2000. He worked as a Maxillofacial surgeon in a super speciality hospital for 4 years. He then moved to Dubai in 2004 where he worked two years before moving and settling in the UK in 2005.
Dr. Roshith have worked all around the country in various NHS hospitals for five years as Senior House Officer and Staff grade. He moved to primary dental care in 2009.
He has passed ORE exams with GDC and have done MFDS and have trained in Royal College of Surgeons of England, London for his PG Diploma in Implants in 2010 and has been placing implants since. He has keen interest in complex All on 6 and full mouth rehabilitation cases. He is also trained from SAAD London to perform intravenous sedation. He works exclusively as an Implant surgeon in various practices in and around London. Dr. Roshith presents Implant course on All on 6 in London. He does a lot of mentoring for his junior colleagues who are interested in implant placements over the years.
He was also the founder President of Association of Indian Dentists, UK (AIDUK) and have conducted three major annual functions in London and Birmingham with Hands on CPD courses and evening gala dinner with entertainment. Around 500 dentists attended all three functions and is highly regarded. Dr. Roshith is actively involved in helping overseas dentists to come to UK and pursue their career. He has done various international seminars for recruitment and pursuing young dentists’ career in the UK.