Zia graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001. He then undertook several training posts including Oral Maxillofacial Surgery and Paediatric Dentistry, which provide a fantastic grounding to become a Specialist Orthodontist. During this time he obtained his Membership in the Faculty of Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
He undertook his specialist training in orthodontics at Birmingham Dental Hospital and was awarded a Masters in Philosophy and obtained his Membership in Orthodontics from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He subsequently gained entry onto the General Dental Council's specialist list for orthodontics.
As a further recognition of his clinical expertise, Zia was awarded a highly prestigious British Orthodontic Society prize for excellence of his treated cases.
Zia is a registered provider of Incognito, the invisible "lingual brace" system and uses the latest orthodontic techniques such as Damon and Invisalign. This allows him to make the most informed decision when providing treatment for children or adults. Zia believes orthodontic treatment should only ever be done once and holds a strong philosophy of retention to ensure his patients keep their lovely straight smile forever.
Preet graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2000, winning the Walpole-Day prize in orthodontics. He then undertook several specialty posts including Paediatric Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. During this time he obtained Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2003.
He has considerable specialist practice experience, having worked in a number of well established specialist orthodontic practices and private cosmetic practices in the West End of London and the Midlands.
Preet undertook specialist training in orthodontics in 2005 and was awarded a Masters in Philosophy, (MPhil (Orthodontics)), and obtained Membership in Orthodontics at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He is entered in the General Dental Council's Specialist Register and can therefore use the title "Specialist Orthodontist" recognising that he has followed the highest standard of training possible in the UK.
Preet has a keen interest in adult orthodontics, multi-disciplinary treatment and the use of aesthetic braces, including clear aligners, lingual braces (e.g. Incognito) and contemporary orthodontic appliances. Preet currently acts as a mentor and lectures widely to General Dental Practitioners on the use of short-term orthodontic braces.
Usman graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001. He completed his specialist training at the Royal London Dental Institute and was awarded the Di-Biase clinical prize for orthodontic excellence.
Following graduation, he gained a broad range of experience in a number of leading UK dental institutes. Usman is highly experienced in a wide range of orthodontics, but has a particular interest in functional appliances.
Usman says he was inspired to become an orthodontist after treatment he received as a teenager and is thrilled to have the ability to pass this on to others.
Hamza qualified as a dentist in 2009 and holds the license to practice dentistry in 3 different continents. He has been working in hospitals and private facilities in Asia, Africa and the UK.
He further specialized in the field of Orthodontics at the prestigious King’s College London and worked at both King’s College Hospital and Guy’s Hospital, where he received his Masters in Orthodontics. He is also a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, where he earned his MOrth degree. He has been trained under some of the leading names in Orthodontics. He also holds a Masters degree in Dental Public Health from King’s College London.
As a strong believer in life-long training, Hamza regularly attends conferences and courses around the world in order to keep up to date with the recent technological advances in orthodontics to benefit his patients. He is trained in all forms of conventional orthodontics as well as latest cutting edge techniques including aligner technology and invisible braces. He is also trained in more complex orthodontics which require surgical and restorative procedures.
Apart from dentistry, Hamza has passion for travelling, playing cricket and soccer.