Following qualification, she worked as a Senior House Officer in Oral Surgery/ Oral Medicine and Paediatric (children’s) dentistry. This enabled Ceri to gain experience in the treatment of difficult extractions and the management of diseases of the soft tissues. In addition, she was able to gain experience treating patients with complex medical needs and dental anxiety.
In 2005, Ceri became a Member of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, the Royal College of Surgeons, England. Ceri has a keen interest in restorative dentistry and has previously worked alongside a Consultant Restorative Dentist at the University Dental Hospital, Cardiff, gaining further experience in more advanced restorative procedures.
Having worked in general practice for several years providing care to NHS, private and Denplan patients, Ceri and her family relocated to New Zealand in 2010 where she practised private dentistry. Having missed their Welsh family and friends, Ceri and her family returned home to Wales where she has continued to work in general practice, providing both NHS and private care.
Ceri enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, particularly restorative dentistry and the provision of aesthetic fillings and crown/ bridgework. Having worked in general practice for many years, and within a number of different dental specialities, Ceri aims to provide quality dental care in a relaxed environment.
British Society for Restorative Dentistry Prize
Certificate of Merit- Elective: Paediatric Dental Trauma
East Wales Vocational Training Scheme Prize
The British Dental Association
The Royal College of Surgeons, England