Raj joined the specialist orthodontics training at King’s College London and worked at both King’s College Hospital in Denmark Hill and Guy’s Hospital at London Bridge, where he received his MSc in Orthodontics. He is also a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, where he earned his MOrth degree.
As an ardent believer in life-long training, Raj regularly attends conferences and courses around the world in order to benefit his clients. He has presented at universities in the USA as well as in Europe and keeps up to date with the recent technological advances in orthodontics. Raj is trained in all forms of conventional orthodontics as well as newer, cutting edge techniques, including aligner technology and invisible braces.
He is also trained in more complex orthodontics which require surgical and restorative procedures. Raj is a member of the European Orthodontic Society as well as the British Orthodontic Society.
Raj has worked in 23 practices in 6 countries finally making his mark in Orthodontics in the UK and in Kenya. He trained at the prestigious King’s College London and obtained the Membership in Orthodontics at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.
He is an examiner at King’s during the annual RCS MOrth course. He has lectured from the USA to Slovenia and provides training in Kenya and UK. Raj trains General Dentists in Orthodontics and heads the PGC in Orthodontics with Cephtactics. His ambition is to ensure further propagation of the field of orthodontics.
Away from dentistry, Raj has a passion for travelling, languages, acting, cooking and music. He is currently learning to scuba dive, as well as skiing. His dream is to one day save up enough for a Harley Davidson