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Daniel Stonehouse-Smith

Daniel completed his BDS with honours at Cardiff University and went on to work in several career development posts across South Wales and the North West of England, including in Paediatric Dentistry and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. He completed his speciality training in Orthodontics at Guy’s and King’s College Hospitals whilst also undergoing research training and studying for a Masters in Orthodontics (MSc) with King’s College London.


He has obtained his Membership in Orthodontics (MOrth) from the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is on the GDC specialist register. He has also been awarded a Medical Research Council Clinical Research Training Fellowship, starting his PhD studies with King’s College London in 2022 examining the cell biology of cleft palate. Daniel now balances his research work with an honorary clinical role at Guy's Dental Institute and the Evelina Cleft Service, whilst also working as a specialist at Half Moon Dental Centre.  Daniel currently works on weekday evenings and Saturdays and can offer treatment with a variety of removable, fixed and aesthetic appliances to suit his patients.


Having grown up in Saudi Arabia, Daniel is also well accustomed to different cultural needs and likes to create a relaxed and welcoming environment for all of his patients.


Outside of work, he enjoys travel, keeping fit in the gym and gardening, winning silver medals at ‘Islington in Bloom’ in both 2020 and 2021.

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