Dr Haidar Hassan- Principal Oral Implant Surgeon
DDS, MFDS RCPS(Glasg), FFGDP(UK), MSc Oral Imp, MSc Aesth Med, PhD, FDSRCS(Eng) – GDC NO. 179 416
Dr Hassan graduated from the University of Gothenburg (Sweden) and has subsequently completed two Master’s degrees: one in Oral Implantology (distinction) and another in Aesthetic Medicine (distinction). In 2018, he completed his PhD at the University of Gothenburg.
Dr Hassan is a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Module Lead in Aesthetic Medicine at the Blizard Institute (Queen Mary University of London) and a Senior Lecturer/Examiner/PhD supervisor in oral implantology at King Juan Carlos University (Madrid, Spain). He is also a visiting clinical researcher at the Department of Natural Sciences (Middlesex University of London). He has received a Diploma in Oral Implantology and a Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons (England).
In 2019, Dr Hassan was awarded the British Council of Aesthetic Medicine Quality Research Award for his clinical paper on “Injectable platelet rich fibrin (i-PRF) in Aesthetic Medicine”. His research interests include regenerative treatments/materials, platelet-rich derivates (PRF/allogenic growth factors), and oral implants.
He frequently attends and speaks at oral implant research congresses and aesthetic medicine meetings, and his research has been published in various peer-reviewed journals.
Dr Aylin Baysan – Fixed and Removable Prosthodontist
Specialist in Prosthodontics, BDS, MSc, PhD, MFDS RCSEd, SFHEA, FRSA, FDTFEd – GDC NO. 83212
Aylin Baysan is a Reader in Cariology in relation to Minimally Invasive Dentistry at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London. Aylin has also worked in Birmingham Dental School and Guy’s Dental Institute, King’s College London previously.
As an undergraduate student, she was always interested in providing holistic approach to patient care, preventing dental decays and making patients dentally fit. Her career pathway began with postgraduate academic and clinical training in dentistry in the UK almost 28 years ago. Aylin studied MSc in Gerodontology (Oral Health for ageing population, funded). She was then funded to do a clinical PhD to study the management of root decay either using ozone or high fluoride at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and became one of the patent holders to use ozone on root decay.
Aylin was also the first researcher to conduct a clinical study using the toothpaste containing 5,000 ppm fluoride (Duraphat Toothpaste, Colgate) on root decays. Her research related to Duraphat toothpaste was recommended in the Department of Health Guidelines, UK for delivering better oral health. Aylin completed the Royal College of Surgeons’ Dental Membership exams and PGCAP programme (Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, Higher Education Academy, UK) at Kings College London before moving back to QMUL to do further clinical training as an NHIR (National Institute for Health Research, Department of Health) trainee. Following this, Aylin became a General Dental Council Registered Specialist in Removable and Fixed Prosthodontics.
Aylin also obtained the Senior Fellowship status at the Higher Education Academy, UK. Due to dedication to education and clinical practice, she was awarded to the highest professional practice qualification: Fellowship at Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh as Dental Trainer in June 2020.
Aylin is the undergraduate Endodontics programme lead at QMUL. She introduced Standard Operating Procedures in Endodontics for undergraduate students. In addition, she led to set up the Master Programme in Minimally Invasive Dentistry (MID) in 2019. Aylin was awarded to various national and international prizes including Procter and Gamble Award for Geriatric Oral Research for the Best Research on the Use of Oral Care Products from Geriatric Oral Research Group at the International Association of Dental Research. She is also the Editor of first MID book entitled ‘Interdisciplinary Clinical and Scientific Approaches’ aimed at disseminating MID knowledge nationally and internationally, will be published (Autumn 2022).
Aylin was the IADR Geriatric Oral Research Group Committee member and President-elect between 2009-2012,then IADR Cariology Research Group Councillor between 2019-2021. Recently, Aylin established the Minimally Invasive Dentistry Research Network Group. She is also now the elected Vice President of Cariology Research Group at the International Association for Dental Research and elected member of Advisory Board for European Organisation for Caries Research (ORCA) in 2020.
Aylin enjoys providing root canal treatment, composite bonding and improving overall health for general health.
Outside her work, Aylin enjoys spending time with her son and daughter, plays piano, loves classical music and theatres. She is a member of Victoria and Albert Museum.
Dr Nabeel Bhatti – Consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, BDS, MFDS RCS(Eng), MBBS, MRCS, FRCS – GMC NO.7043459
Nabeel is both dentally and medically qualified, and began his training as a dental undergraduate at the Royal London Hospital qualifying in 2002. He then left London to work on the south coast in general practice and then as a hospital oral surgeon. He then completed his medical training at Kings college Hospital London, and completed his basic surgical training in Kent and Sussex, before returning to London and higher training in all aspects of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery on the London Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Training rotation including time at UCLH, GOSH, and Barts Health NHS Trust.
Nabeel now has a busy NHS practice as a Consultant Surgeon at the Royal London Hospital, Barts NHS trust, where in addition to his specialist trauma practice he sees and treats general oral and maxillofacial surgery referrals.
Nabeel is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at QMUL, and is currently lead examiner on the Craniofacial Trauma MSc.
His Research interests are the acute and the chronic management of mandibular jaw joint trauma
Away from the hospital and the clinic, Nabeel is married and a father of 3 sons, he spends his free time with his family.
Dr Eduardo Miguel Aranibar Quiroz – Specialist in endodontics
Specialist in endodontics, DDS – GDC NO. 79953
After graduating from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden in 1998, he worked as a general dentist for 2 years, and as a Clinical Instructor to undergraduate dental students from 2002 to 2004.
He pursued his interest in endodontics by taking the 3 year full time specialist training programme in Endodontics at the University of Gothenburg, he graduated in 2007 and then held a post as Endodontist at the University Clinics in Gothenburg, Sweden, working part time as a clinician as well as clinical tutor at the specialist programme in endodontics until 2013.
Eduardo Miguel has been working in the UK since 2007, taking on complicated and challenging referred root canal treatment cases. He was admitted to the UK specialist list in endodontics the same year.
Professionally Eduardo Miguel is a member of the British Endodontic Society, the European Society of Endodontology (ESE) and the Swedish Endodontic Society. He is fluent in Spanish, Swedish and English.
Dr Panayiotis Kaimakamis-Consultant in Periodontology
Following this, Pano worked as a Senior House Officer in the Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery Department at the Royal London Hospital and Whipps Cross Hospital, where he assisted and gained insight into complex surgical procedures and medical and dental emergencies. Being a major trauma centre for London, Pano has worked on call in A&E and hospital wards, as well as in clinics and operating theatres.
Pano has also has experience in general private practice within the UK and abroad, having spent time working in Singapore. It was throughout this period in time that he developed an interest in Periodontics.
In 2016, he returned to London and commenced his Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Periodontology at the Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, which he recently completed. Following this three-year postgraduate specialist training programme, he also passed the Speciality Membership in Periodontics exam by the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh.
Besides private practice, Pano is a part time Clinical Research Fellow at the Centre of Oral and Clinical Research at the Royal London Dental Institute. There he is part of a multidisciplinary team involved in ongoing periodontal research studies with a keen interest in emerging minimally invasive surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Besides private practice, Pano is a keen traveller and photographer and enjoys exploring different parts of the world, different cultures and cuisines and dabbles in film photography.