R P Advanced Dental Centre
Meet Dr Rashmi Patel MBE
Principal Dentist B.D.S., M.F.G.D.P., R.C.S.(U.K), Graduated in 1977, GDC Reg. No. 51250, Special interest in Cosmetic Dentistry
Dr Rashmi Patel qualified as a dentist in 1977. She took over the current RP Advanced Dental and Implant Centre premises in 1988 and has built up a loyal patient following who value her individual and understanding approach.
Rashmi's academic credentials are exemplary. Since qualifying as a dentist she has become a tutor and examiner for the Royal College of Surgeon's prestigeous Member of Joint Dental Faculty examination as well as an examiner for the National Board of Dental Nurses. Rashmi is a also a Diploma tutor for the MFGDP, a member of many dental committees, and an editor for several dental publications.
Rashmi leads a team of dentists and hygienists whose primary focus is to deliver the very best in dental treatment and care. Her dedication, allied with the very latest in technology, means treatments can be carried swiftly and to an expert level within the comfort of the newly refurbished practice. Rashmi recognises that patients have a choice and values their opinions. She is always open to ideas and suggestions on how service may be improved.
Dr Patel's team is as good as she is - so whether you require a simple check-up, a hygienist visit, cosmetic treatment, or other specialised treatments, patients can be confident that there's always somebody available.
Member of the Order of the British Empire 2004 (MBE)
London based dentist, Rashmi Patel's impressive achievements in the field of dentistry earned her a deserved MBE, recognising nearly thirty seven years work not only in her own practice but as an appointed dentist to the Royal School and at Howard House Home for Children, an examiner for the national Dental Nurses qualification, as a core mentor for the Central London Study Group for Dentists and as an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons. The photograph shows the investiture with her Royal Highness, Queen Elizabeth II.