Prior to commencing orthodontic training, Angus worked in Newcastle Dental Hospital undertaking hospital rotations in Restorative Dentistry, Paediatric Dentistry and Oral Surgery, and also worked in General Dental Practice in Whitley Bay. Following this he and his wife worked in Australia in Public Healthcare in Queensland and Private Dental Practice in Warrnambool, Victoria.
He fulfilled a life-long ambition to become an Orthodontist at the John Radcliffe Hospital In Oxford and UCL Eastman Dental Institute. He obtained his MSc in Orthodontics (with distinction) having achieved distinctions in both academic and clinical areas. He also achieved the Membership in Orthodontics of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
He undertook further training to become a Hospital Consultant at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth and Bristol Dental School achieving the Intercollegiate Specialty Fellowship in Orthodontics, affiliating with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He then worked as an Orthodontic Consultant at St Richard’s Hospital, Chichester and Worthing Hospital.
During his career, Angus has achieved many prizes and awards, including the 3M Unitek Orthodontic Prize and Howard Tonge Award, for his academic and clinical work. He has also published in peer reviewed professional journals and lectured nationally and internationally.
Angus is an experienced, patient-centred, Specialist Orthodontist. He genuinely cares for his adult, teenager and child patients and welcomes the opportunity to discuss how he can help you improve your smile.
Angus provides a wide range of discrete brace treatments such as Invisalign®. Angus will listen to your needs to allow him to undertake the right treatment for you.
Outside of work, he is fanatical about sport and has completed numerous triathlons, cycle sportives, running and swimming events. In recent years, he has focused on cycling and one of his highlights was participating in the 2019 and 2022 edition of the Maratona dles Dolomites in Italy. On May 24th 2020, he entered the Everesting hall of fame, having climbed over 10,000m, riden over 235km (145miles) in just over 13 hours on his bike, all in one bike ride!